Statements & Press Releases

Statements & Press Releases

Brussels 18 May 2015. Torture and ill-treatment including electric shock, suffocation, rape and beatings continue to be widely used in Kyrgyzstan and impunity is...

A vaguely worded Kazakhstani draft law on NGOs may seriously restrict the activities and funding of NGOs in this country, in violation of international...

Following its March 2017 review of Turkmenistan, the United Nations Human Rights Committee - a key international human rights body – adopted conclusions and...

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...

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...

Brussels, The Hague, Oslo 14 October 2010. The International Partnership for Human Rights, the Netherlands Helsinki Committee and the Norwegian Helsinki Committee are seriously...

Across the OSCE region, human rights defenders are involved in invaluable efforts to monitor and report on human rights problems, provide legal assistance to...

Just three percent of the world’s population live in countries where the rights to protest, organise and speak out are respected, protected and fulfilled...

Statement issued by International Partnership for Human Rights, the Norwegian Helsinki Committee and Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and Rule of Law, 27...

Human rights defender Oyub Titiev was released on parole today after serving 17 months of a four-year prison sentence on fabricated charges. Titiev and...