A new government of Ukraine to be created after the parliamentary elections must pursue deep reforms and fight impunity for grave crimes
The Civic Solidarity Platform invites representatives of NGOs from the OSCE region to participate in an OSCE Parallel Civil Society Conference on 1-3 December 2014 in Basel, Switzerland.
Azerbaijan should refrain from using spurious criminal charges to put its critics behind bars, according to a new report by ARTICLE 19, launched at the Council of Europe, as part of the International Partnership Group on Azerbaijan
Civic Solidarity Platform appeals to the international human rights community, as well as international and national professional associations of psychiatrists, about the ongoing practice whereby psychiatry is used for political purposes.
The Civic Solidarity Platform draws your attention to the issue of unfair trials in countries of the former Soviet Union. We acknowledge that concerns surrounding unfair trials are not unique to these OSCE participating States, but also merit attention in other parts of the OSCE region.
Members of the Civic Solidarity Platform condemn the current, unprecedented crackdowns on independent human rights NGOs and their members now witnessed in Russia and Azerbaijan.
On 23 October, at a closed session Nasimi district court heard the petition of the Prosecutor’s Office requesting to extend the term of pretrial detention of human rights defender Rasul Jafarov for three more months.read more >
Global civil society alliance, CIVICUS, and the Center for National and International Studies (CNIS) are gravely concerned at the unprecedented crackdown on civil society and democratic freedoms in Azerbaijan.read more >
There is a trend of narrowing of political space NGOs in Kyrgyzstan, while civil society expresses concerns about adoption of certain amendments to the legislation related to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly.read more >
As the Azerbaijani regime steps up its repression of human rights defenders and independent NGOs, Western companies are entering into sponsorship agreements with the Baku authorities for Baku2015, the first ever European Olympic Games.read more >
Center for Civil Liberties (Ukraine) invites anyone who cares about human rights to send letter of support to activists, who were arrested in Azerbaijan.read more >
A new government of Ukraine to be created after the parliamentary elections must pursue deep reforms and fight impunity for grave crimesread more >
A new report provides an overview of human rights developments in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan in early July-early October 2014. The report addresses issues related to freedom of expression, freedom of assembly and association, equality before the law and non-discrimination, as well as access to justice.read more >
Azerbaijan should refrain from using spurious criminal charges to put its critics behind bars, according to a new report by ARTICLE 19, launched at the Council of Europe, as part of the International Partnership Group on Azerbaijanread more >
New reports call for immediate action to ‘Prove They Are Alive!’read more >
Dozens of people have been forcibly disappeared in Turkmenistan, some for more than a decade, a coalition of human rights groups called the Prove They Are Alive! campaign said in connection with the International Day of the Disappeared, which is on August 30, 2014.read more >