Judgment No. 2189
1. THE COMPLAINT IS ALLOWED. THE ORGANIZATION SHALL WITHOUT DELAY ESTABLISH A MEDICAL BOARD TO ADVISE ON THE COMPLAINANT'S APPEAL.
2. IT SHALL PAY THE COMPLAINANT MORAL DAMAGES OF 1,000 EUROS AND COSTS OF 1,000 EUROS.
3. ALL OTHER CLAIMS ARE DISMISSED.
"The complainant has [...] requested that the Tribunal act to [...] prevent public access to its judgments concerning her. The Tribunal cannot do this since its judgments are necessarily public, but it has recently adopted a practice of not mentioning the names of individuals so that such names are not available as a matter of course to any person reading the Tribunal's judgments on the internet. Cases that have already been published have passed into the public domain and are of course beyond recall."
complaint allowed; complaint allowed in part; decision; complainant; judgment of the tribunal; iloat; publication of judgment; request by a party