The authorities of Central Asia increasingly use concerns about security and stability as a pretext to curtail fundamental rights and liberties and clamp down...

A coalition of Tajik NGOs have submitted a joint report to the upcoming review of Tajikistan by the UN Committee on Economic, Social and...

Joint statement by Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and Rule of Law, Nota Bene, Turkmen Initiative for Human Rights and International Partnership for...
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In the next few days, US Secretary of State John Kerry will visit the five Central Asian countries of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and...

There is a growing trend in Central Asia, in which the authorities curtail fundamental rights and freedoms and clamp down on civil society in...

Statement by International Partnership for Human Rights (Belgium), the Norwegian Helsinki Committee, Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and Rule of Law, Nota Bene...

Regional Workshop on Implementing Human Dimension Commitments and Enhancing the Role of Civil Society in the Work of the OSCE, Dushanbe (Tajikistan), 20-21 May...

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

Almaty, Brussels, Dushanbe, Warsaw, 04 February 2016 – Thirty-three NGO activists, lawyers and psychologists from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan participate in the training “Compensation...

Ahead of the OSCE Ministerial Meeting that took place in Kiev on 5-6 December, representatives of NGOs from across Europe, the former Soviet Union...