When Alijon Abdukarimov, a 44-year-old businessman and father of three, entered the 4th Department of Internal Affairs in Andijon city (Uzbekistan) on 29 May...

Author: Anne Sunder-Plassmann, Researcher at International Partnership for Human Rights This article is also available at Kloop.kg Today marks the 10th anniversary of the arrest of...

In Kyrgyzstan, human rights defender Kamil Ruziev is facing forgery charges that appear to have been brought in retaliation for his human rights work,...

This is an update on developments concerning the freedoms of expression, association and peaceful assembly in Kyrgyzstan from January to April 2020. International Partnership for...

A new briefing paper prepared by International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and its partner Legal Prosperity Foundation (LPF) highlights key trends in the...

On 22 March, the Government of Kyrgyzstan declared state of emergency measures and introduced restrictions on public life after several people in the country were...

This is an update on developments concerning freedom of expression, association and assembly in Kyrgyzstan from October to December 2019. The International Partnership for Human...

Today International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) released Working Together for Human Rights - IPHR Annual Report for the Year 2019, which describes the...

  Job Description Work title: Litigation Coordinator (IPHR Tbilisi office)  IPHR is recruiting a new member of our team to work as a Litigation Coordinator responsible for...

Authorities in Kyrgyzstan should immediately cease the harassment of, and investigate threats and attacks against local journalists, lawyers, and activists whose reporting and statements exposed high...