Joint statement by Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and Rule of Law, Nota Bene, Turkmen Initiative for Human Rights and International Partnership for...

On 3-4 July 2014, representatives from the 57 OSCE participating States, civil society and international organizations will gather in Vienna for a two-day conference...

The campaign of the Turkmenistani government against civil society activists, journalists and others who criticize the current state of affairs in the country shows...

A new report published by four NGOs surveys recent developments in the areas of freedom of expression; freedom of association and assembly; and non-discrimination...

Almaty, Bishkek, Brussels, Dushanbe, Paris, Vienna, Warsaw, 24 June 2016 Continuing reports of torture indicate that the authorities of the five Central Asian states need...

As the serious economic crisis continues in Turkmenistan, authorities have gone to great length to cover up its impact by rigidly controlling state media, preventing citizens from...

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

Following its March 2017 review of Turkmenistan, the United Nations Human Rights Committee - a key international human rights body – adopted conclusions and...

Chatham House, International Partnership for Human Rights and the Open Society European Policy Institute are delighted to invite you to the presentation of a...

This briefing paper by International Partnership for Human Rights together with  Association for Human Rights in Central Asia (AHRCA, based in exile), Restoration of Justice...