September 15th marks two years since independent reporter Nurgeldi Halykov was imprisoned after sharing with an exiled news outlet a photograph of a World...

This update covers developments related to the freedoms of expression, association, and peaceful assembly in Turkmenistan from February to June 2022. International Partnership for...

July 16 marks the first anniversary of the arrest of Dr Hursanay Ismatullaeva from Turkmenistan. She is serving a nine-year prison term for criminal...

International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) presents its annual report Working Together for Human Rights – IPHR Annual Report for the Year 2021, which...

Turkmenistan’s new president should deliver on his pledge to ‘’humanise’’ government policies and ensure that citizens are not imprisoned for voicing concerns and communicating...

Over the past twenty years, environmental challenges have increasingly impacted populations across Central Asia, particularly affecting the most vulnerable, the poor, and the geographically...

This update covers developments relating to the freedoms of expression, association and peaceful assembly in Turkmenistan from September 2021 to January 2022. International Partnership for...

This week the United Nations Human Rights Committee convenes for its 134th session, during which it will begin examining Turkmenistan’s third periodic report about...

International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) has joined several Turkmenistani human rights groups in sending an open letter to Turkmenistani authorities on the case...

At the beginning of next week, the European Union (EU) will hold a high-level meeting with the Central Asian governments in Dushanbe, the capital...