Quick search
Advanced search
Reset all
All news

Statement by human rights NGOs to OSCE Review Conference on challenges faced by human rights defenders in Central Asia

Full text is also available in
en
ru

30 September 2010. The International Partnership for Human Rights (Brussels), the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (Sofia), Civil Rights Defenders (Stockholm), the Moscow Helsinki Group (Moscow), the Netherlands Helsinki Committee (The Hague), the Norwegian Helsinki Committee (Oslo) and the Polish Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights (Warsaw) have joined together in making a statement to the OSCE Review Conference that will take place in Warsaw on 30 September – 8 October 2010. With this statement, the participating organizations wish to highlight challenges faced by human rights defenders in Central Asia, express their solidarity with their colleagues in this region and call on the OSCE states to deal with the protection of human rights defenders as a priority issue at the OSCE Summit scheduled to be held in Astana in December 2010.

Read more

More news
NGO Appeal to the EU: Defend Civil Society in Kyrgyzstan Against Repressive Draft Law

NGO Appeal to the EU: Defend Civil Society in Kyrgyzstan Against Repressive Draft Law

See 2 attached documents
UN experts examine Tajikistan’s women’s rights record – NGO report documents pervasive problem of domestic violence

UN experts examine Tajikistan’s women’s rights record – NGO report documents pervasive problem of domestic violence

Kyrgyzstan: Parliament should reject bill that criminalises and obstructs civic activism

Kyrgyzstan: Parliament should reject bill that criminalises and obstructs civic activism

Subscribe to our updates

Please select the topic(s) on which you wish to receive news/updates from us
Type of information you wish to receive
Copied!