Torture & ill-treatment

Torture & ill-treatment

Early on 16 February 2021, the Belarusian authorities launched a new wave of repression against civil society organisations and independent media across the country. Police...

On the basis of information provided by International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and its partner the Association for Human Rights in Central Asia...

On 17 July 2018, an ethnic Ingush, Aslan Yandiev was extradited from Slovakia to Russian Federation. Amnesty International, the Human Rights League and International...

International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) expresses its sincere condolences to Murad Djuraev’s family after learning the sad news that he passed away in...

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...

A new report published by International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) today provides chilling first-hand accounts of police violence during July 2016 protests in...

International Partnership for Human Rights, Global Diligence LLP, Truth Hounds and Human Rights Club hereby present their new report: "Azerbaijani government crackdown in Ganja: extrajudicial killings, torture,...

Prison authorities in Uzbekistan have placed Muhammad Bekjanov, one of the world’s longest-imprisoned journalists, in solitary confinement, the Association for Human Rights in Central...

Journalists’ rights advocate Ramazan Yesergepov was viciously attacked in Kazakhstan on 14 May 2017 as he was on his way to the capital, Astana...

Helsinki movement: a source of inspiration, solidarity and strength By Brigitte Dufour, IPHR Director It is an honour for me to take part in the 35th...