Non- discrimination, minorities & other vulnerable groups

Non- discrimination, minorities & other vulnerable groups

The NGOs jointly issuing this statement urge the Uzbekistani authorities to live up to their international human rights obligations by decriminalizing homosexuality. Article 120...

On the first day of the UN Campaign “16 Days of Activism Against Gender Violence” International Partnership for Human Rights and Nazoti-Kudakon are launching...

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...

Following the parliamentary elections on 4th October 2020, a deep political crisis evolved in Kyrgyzstan, entailing serious human rights concerns. The parliamentary elections, which...

This report by International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) which was prepared in collaboration with Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center (“EMC”) examines the...

We, members of the Civic Solidarity Platform (CSP) – a network of human rights NGOs from across Europe, the former Soviet Union and North...

The global Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in growing restrictions on fundamental rights in Central Asia, as the authorities of the region have limited such...

This report, which covers developments affecting the freedoms of expression, association and assembly in Tajikistan, was prepared by International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) for the...

The annual EU-Uzbekistan Human Rights Dialogue will take place in Brussels on 7 October 2020. On the eve of this event, International Partnership for...

On 16 September 2020, the Southern Military Regional court in the city of Rostov-on-Don rendered its judgment on the case of the ‘second Bakhchisaray...