Non- discrimination, minorities & other vulnerable groups

Non- discrimination, minorities & other vulnerable groups

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...

Following the Euromaidan Revolution in 2013, Ukraine has undertaken widespread reforms in the areas of human rights and fundamental freedoms, and overall, civil society groups have enjoyed more freedom...

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

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

The Committee against Torture (CAT) will review Tajikistan’s third periodic report on the implementation of the country’s commitments as a party to the Convention...

During the Universal Periodic Review of Tajikistan’s human rights record by the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council on 6 May 2016, over 20...

Last week the journal Konuniyat (Legality), issued by the Prosecutor General’s Office, published an article by Interior Minister Ramozon Rahimzoda stating that the names...

Alarming stories of physical violence, verbal abuse, forced medical examinations and detentions of LGBTI people have been emerging from Azerbaijan over the past two...

We, members of the Civic Solidarity Platform (CSP), condemn the politically motivated conviction of prominent Crimean Tatar leader Ilmi Umerov and call for his...

The human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Tajikistan are often egregiously abused, although consensual homosexual relations between adults were...