This update covers developments relating to civil society and civic freedoms in Tajikistan from November 2018 to February 2019. International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) prepared...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKUa2TDzykM In Tajikistan, most hospitals, schools and government buildings including those where people apply for social security assistance are inaccessible to persons with disabilities. Very...

Political Prisoner Says Guards Beat Him, Refused Him Medicine The Tajik government should immediately and unconditionally release a seriously ill political activist who says he has...

International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) prepared this report as part of its cooperation with the CIVICUS Monitor. It covers developments relating to civil society...

On the United Nations (UN) International Day of Persons with Disabilities the Tajikistani civil society organizations Bureau for Human Rights and Rule of Law...

On 1 October 2018 Tajikistani NGOs Najoti-Kudakon, Vash Vybor (Your Choice), Nota Bene and International Partnership for Human Rights sent a joint submission on...

On 1 October 2018 the Tajikistani NGOs Bureau for Human Rights and Rule of Law, Ishtirok and Notabene and International Partnership for Human Rights...

This briefing paper by International Partnership for Human Rights together with  Association for Human Rights in Central Asia (AHRCA, based in exile), Restoration of Justice...

In Tajikistan, the recent releases from detention of an independent journalist and a lawyer have provided rays of hope in an otherwise bleak situation....

Government should respect media freedom Diplomats and representatives of international organizations should press Tajik authorities to unconditionally set aside the conviction against a respected journalist...