Almaty, Bishkek, Brussels, Dushanbe, Paris, Vienna, Warsaw, 24 June 2016 Continuing reports of torture indicate that the authorities of the five Central Asian states need...

  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...

There is a growing trend in Central Asia, in which the authorities curtail fundamental rights and freedoms and clamp down on civil society in...

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

A new briefing paper published by Brussels-based International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) highlights key trends in the protection of civil society in Kyrgyzstan....

We, members of the Civic Solidarity Platform (CSP), a network of human rights NGOs in Europe, North America and the former Soviet Union, call...

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

Last December participants of the Civil Society Parallel Conference issued recommendations to OSCE participating states, political bodies and institutions prior to the OSCE Ministerial...

On 24th November 2017, Sooronbay Jeenbekov was inaugurated as Kyrgyzstan’s new president. He follows Almazbek Atambayev who led the country for six years but could...

The Coalitions against Torture in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, the Association for Human Rights in Central Asia (AHRCA, Uzbekistan, established by political emigres in...