VANNUCCINI S. – Situazioni di «particolare vulnerabilità» dei minori di età e obblighi di protezione dello Stato: note a margine della sentenza V.C. c. Italia
The case of V.C. v. Italy concerned a person who, as a minor (aged 16 at the time) suffering from psychological disorders, alcohol and drug addiction, had been the victim of a child prostitution ring and gang rape.
She complained that the Italian authorities had not acted with the necessary diligence and had not taken all reasonable and measures to provide timely protection and to prevent the abuses she suffered, even though they had been aware of her vulnerable situation and the real and immediate risk she faced. […]