The space for civil society remains narrow in Central Asia as the authorities of the region restrict freedom of association, peaceful assembly and expression...

The NGO Coalition against Torture in Kazakhstan, Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, International Partnership for Human Rights and the World Organisation against Torture submitted...

Environmental and civic rights defender Asya Tulesova is currently in pre-trial detention facing criminal charges for taking part in a peaceful protest in the...

Statement to 2014 OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting, Working sessions 2 and 3, Tuesday 23 September: Fundamental freedoms 1 by the following organizations: Kazakhstan...

International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and five of its partners sent a joint letter to the EU’s High Representative Foreign Affairs, Federica Mogherini...

Brussels, The Hague, Vienna, Almaty, Tashkent 7 March 2012. A new 36-page report published today by a coalition of five human rights groups from Europe and...

Yesterday morning Aiman Umarova found the family dog killed in her garden. The killing of her dog is the latest of a series of...

Geneva, Brussels, The Hague, Almaty 12 July 2011. A UN review of Kazakhstan this week should address problematic practices that stifle dissent and limit...

How can human rights defenders respond to an increasingly restrictive environment? International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) conducted interviews with activists from Russia: Natalia...

The global Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in growing restrictions on fundamental rights in Central Asia, as the authorities of the region have limited such...