Uzbekistan should urgently issue a new identity document to former political prisoner Murad Djuraev, who was recently released from prison after 21 years in...

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...

Twenty years after the Soviet Union dissolved and Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan gained independence, civil society remains under serious pressure in these countries. In...

This update covers developments affecting civic space in Uzbekistan from July to September 2017. It has been prepared by International Partnership for Human Rights...

Мы, нижеподписавшиеся НПО по правам человека, крайне обеспокоены серьезным и ухудшающимся положением гражданского общества в Центральной Азии и призываем прекратить репрессии против тех, кто...

Brussels 18 September 2012. International Partnership for Human Rights, the Netherlands Helsinki Committee and their Central Asian partners have prepared a set of statements...

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

До начала рассмотрения в Комитетом ООН по правам человека 4-го периодического доклада Узбекистана о выполнении Международного пакта о гражданских и политических правах организации Ассоциация...

International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) learnt with great sadness that Uzbekistani human rights lawyer Polina Braunerg died in hospital today after suffering a...

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