The Civic Solidarity Platform, a human rights NGO coalition of which International Partnership for Human Rights is a member, has published a new policy brief analysing...

For a series of recent EU advocacy meetings in Brussels, International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and partners prepared brief overviews of current concerns...

A new report issued by three Central Asian and one European NGO provides an overview of human rights developments in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan...

On 17 and 18 November 2014, the Committee against Torture (CAT) is due to review Kazakhstan’s compliance with obligations the country committed itself to...

This month it is five years since the EU adopted its Strategy for a New Partnership with Central Asia. The Strategy identifies human rights...

In a broadly supported civil society appeal, Kazakhstan's President Nazarbayev is urged to veto the new Criminal Code and related laws recently adopted by...

Geneva, Almaty, Brussels 22 June 2016. At its session in Geneva on 22-23 June 2016, the United Nations Human Rights Committee will review Kazakhstan’s...

At the end of this week, early parliamentary elections will be held in Kazakhstan. These elections are taking place in an increasingly repressive climate...

IPHR and partners are organizing a round table at the European Parliament today 20 June 2012, to discuss EU human rights action in Central...

The CIVICUS Monitor, an initiative aimed at tracking civic space worldwide has posted the following new update about the situation in Kazakhstan on the...