International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) remains concerned about the case of journalist and human rights activist Alexander Kharlamov, an anti-corruption campaigner from the east Kazakhstan...

With support of international NGO partners, more than a dozen human rights NGOs from Central Asia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding. The Memorandum...

Brussels 19 April 2013. In a resolution adopted yesterday, the European Parliament denounces the recent human rights deterioration in Kazakhstan and expresses its support for the...

International Partnership for Human Rights, the Netherlands Helsinki Committee and the Norwegian Helsinki Committee are concerned about the prison sentence handed down to Kazakhstani...

The following speech was delivered by IPHR Director Brigitte Dufour at the 14th EU-NGO Forum on Human Rights, held in Brussels on 6-7 December...

 Civic Solidarity Platform members regret that during her recent visit to Central Asia the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs did not publicly engage...

Today is International Women Human Rights Defenders Day. International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) would like to use this opportunity to send a message...

Brussels, Almaty 22 November 2012. The initiative to have two prominent opposition groups and leading opposition media outlets banned on vague “extremism” allegations signals...

As in other parts of the world, the number of internet users is quickly growing in the Central Asian countries. Between 2005 and 2011...

2012 OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting Written statement to Working Session 1 (Fundamental Freedoms I), Monday 24 September 2012: Restrictions of internet freedoms In a 2004...