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I am a citizen of Turkey, not of the EU. I worked in Ireland with a Critical Skills Employment Permit.

I sued my employer for Workplace Discrimination. I decided that the case was not dealt with properly. After I exhaust all the internal procedures, I am planning to apply to European Court of Human Rights - ECHR. But I read that "People can go to ECHR only against the countries of their own".

Is this correct? Do I have the right to go to the ECHR?

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According to this pamphlet (see page 5), no, you do not need to be a citizen of the EU country.

What are the conditions relating to me personally?

You do not need to be a national of one of the States bound by the Convention. The violation you are complaining of must simply have been committed by one of those States against a person within its “jurisdiction”, which usually means on its territory

  • Which also means that the OP needs to have a case against the state, not the employer (unless they are the same thing). Perhaps they were thinking about the European Court of Justice? – Moo Dec 28 '18 at 7:19

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