Kazakhstan: the right to public protest

The Norwegian Helsinki Committee published a new report on the right to public protest in Kazakhstan, an essential part of the country’s obligation to ensure Freedom of Assembl

A letter from an Azerbaijani prison

Khadija Ismayilova is an investigative journalist and contributor to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty’s Azerbaijani service who has reported extensively on the financial dealings of Azeri Pr

Civil society and the crisis in Ukraine

A new report aims at providing a preliminary overview on the civil society dynamics and activities in relation to the Ukrainian crisis.

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Kazakhstan: Justice must prevail for torture victim Rasim Bayramov

In December 2014, Kostanay City Court ordered the Department of Internal Affairs of Kostanay region to pay compensation to Rasim Bayramov for torturing him in 2008. Police and procuracy did not accept the ruling and Kostanay Regional Court will consider the police appeal on 5 February 2015.

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A letter from an Azerbaijani prison

Khadija Ismayilova is an investigative journalist and contributor to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty’s Azerbaijani service who has reported extensively on the financial dealings of Azeri President Ilham Aliyev and members of his family.

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NGOs demand freedom for Evgeny Vitishko

An open statement to the Russian Prosecutor General requesting that he take steps to immediately free Evgeny Vitishko, a Russian environmental activist who is in a penal colony on trumped up charges.

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Kazakhstan: the right to public protest

The Norwegian Helsinki Committee published a new report on the right to public protest in Kazakhstan, an essential part of the country’s obligation to ensure Freedom of Assembly and Association.

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