Monthly Archives: June 2022

Brussels, 29 June 2022 International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and the Association for Human Rights in Central Asia (AHRCA) take note of some progress...

International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) presents its annual report Working Together for Human Rights – IPHR Annual Report for the Year 2021, which...

Brussels, Almaty, 24 June 2022 Five months after hundreds of people were subjected to torture and other forms of ill-treatment in connection with mass protests...

Turkmenistan’s new president should deliver on his pledge to ‘’humanise’’ government policies and ensure that citizens are not imprisoned for voicing concerns and communicating...

Failure of authorities to independently and impartially investigate the Bloody January' 2022 protests, when 200 people were killed and thousands injured Widespread allegations...

This is an update on developments affecting the freedoms of expression, association and peaceful assembly in Kazakhstan from March to May 2022. It has...

With funding from the European Union, International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) together with Lawyers for Human Rights (LHR) have launched a project to...

Truth Hounds, Global Diligence LLP, International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR), and Norwegian Helsinki Committee present a new joint report "Killing of civilians in...

The Kazakhstani authorities should stop persecuting opposition leader Zhanbolat Mamai because of his peaceful political engagement, said International Partnership for Human Rights, Kazakhstan International...

IPHR is looking for an intern to join our team in Brussels. Internships are paid, either full- or part-time, for a duration of 3...