Reports & Briefing Papers

Reports & Briefing Papers

Today the EU’s annual Human Rights Dialogue with Turkmenistan will be held in Brussels to discuss the state of human rights in this Central...

Russia’s record of racial discrimination is up for review by the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. On Thursday 14 and Friday...

The Moscow Helsinki Group (MHG) and Human Rights Without Frontiers (HRWF) today published a report examining the impact of the so-called Russian NGO law,...

While there has been some recent progress on human rights in neighbouring Uzbekistan, the situation in Turkmenistan remains essentially unchanged and fundamental freedoms continue...

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

UN human rights bodies recently announced two important, precedent-setting decisions with respect to the exercise of fundamental freedoms in Kazakhstan. At the same time,...

The Association for Human Rights in Central Asia (AHRCA) and International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) have prepared a joint, alternative report to the...

At its 104th session on 12-30 March 2012, the United Nations Human Rights Committee will review Turkmenistan’s compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and...

Today the EU will hold the eighth round of its annual Human Rights Dialogue with Kazakhstan in Brussels. This meeting comes at a time...

A new report entitled “The Judicial Dimension of the NGO crackdown – The Application of the Foreign Agents Act by Russian Courts” summarizes the findings of...