The Human Rights Impact Hub is calling for applications from lawyers and human rights defenders from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, the South Caucasus and Central...

19 November 2013. Ahead of EU-Central Asian government talks scheduled to take place in Brussels tomorrow, International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) calls on the...

The Central Asian authorities have used the Covid-19 pandemic as a pretext to suppress criticism of government policies and tighten the screws on independent...

In October 2017, Haethan Gairatovich Nasreddinov was detained in Uzbekistan’s capital Tashkent and has since been held in the detention facility of the National...

International Partnership for Human Rights has co-signed a statement expressing concern about attempts to undermine the Universal Periodic Review, a key UN human rights review...

AHRCA and IPHR have learned that wrongfully imprisoned human rights defender Nuraddin Jumaniyazov has died in detention in Uzbekistan. Relatives of the labour rights’...

President Karimov’s sudden death in September brought to an end his 27-year long rule which was marked by profound disregard for fundamental rights and...

Ahead of the new round of the EU’s Human Rights Dialogue with Uzbekistan, International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and the International Human Rights...

“Despite all the years I spent behind bars, when I suffered betrayal, separation from my family, hunger, torture, and when I lost the will...

The global COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated Central Asia’s pre-existing patterns of censorship and repression. The governments of the region have used this public health...