Reports & Briefing Papers

Reports & Briefing Papers

In the framework of the joint EU-funded project, International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) assisted SOVA Center for Information and Analyses with the preparation...

Following a spate of attacks, harassment and prosecutions Kazakhstan's embattled civil society continues to be targetted for exercising fundamental rights. A recent court ruling...

A new briefing paper prepared by International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and the Legal Prosperity Foundation (LPF) draws attention to the worsening climate...

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

Today International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR, Belgium released preliminary findings of a joint investigation into the heavy-handed government response to peaceful protests across...

The information for this update published by the CIVICUS Monitor, an initiative aimed at tracking civic space worldwide has been provided by International Partnership for...

With growing tensions between pro-presidential and opposition forces ahead of the autumn 2017 presidential elections, the space for free speech and civil society engagement...

"Today, more than ever, it is important to stand up for human rights as these universal principles and those defending them are coming increasingly...

The following CIVICUS Monitor update was prepared by International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and its Tajikistani partners Nota Bene and the Lawyers’ Association...

Today the annual EU-Turkmenistan Human Rights Dialogue will take place in Ashgabat, with a delegation from Brussels meeting with representatives of national authorities to...