Hastings International and Comparative Law Review


Since the 1968 events in Poland, the Polish government has systematically subjected Polish Jews to degrading treatment, denied them their rights to freedom of religion, denied them their right to the enjoyment of property and engaged in numerous acts of discrimination. The issue of justice and reparations for these Polish Jews must be addressed. This note examines the means Polish Jews may explore to remedy Polish governmental abuses. Due to the absence of applicable domestic laws and reparations by Poland, Polish Jews need to utilize international tribunals, particularly the European Court of Human Rights.