Civic Solidarity Platform

Civic Solidarity Platform

Brings together non-governmental organizations committed to improving the human rights situation in Europe, Eurasia and North America. Its aim is to serve as a conduit through which civic activists can build alliances, strengthen mutual support and solidarity, and improve their influence on national and international human rights policy.

Who We Are

Who We Are

We aim to help civic activists build alliances, strengthen mutual support and solidarity, and improve their influence on national and international human rights policy.

What We Do

What We Do

Together, we take coordinated action on specific human rights topics. Our members collectively dispatch teams to monitor unfolding crises and ensure a strategic response.

Our Members

Our Members

We are a decentralized advocacy network of independent civic groups, engaged in efforts to improve cooperation among human rights organizations in the US, Europe, and former Soviet Union.

News

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04.12.2023
The OSCE 2023 Parallel Civil Society Conference in Skopje called for an end to the aggression against Ukraine, bring responsible for international crimes to justice, intensify work on resolution of...
23.11.2023
On November 22, 2023 a well-known human rights activist Tajigul Begmedova, who heads the Turkmen Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights in Bulgaria, was deported from Istanbul, Türkiye to Varna,...
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08.10.2023
Representatives of more than thirty organizations that are part of the Civic Solidarity Platform gathered in Warsaw on October 8 to discuss current activities and agree on future plans. The CSP...

Publications and Events

22.09.2023
The Civic Solidarity Platform expresses its support for the Republic of Armenia's intention to join the International Criminal Court (ICC).
26.07.2023
In June of this year, several leaders of African countries called on Russian President Vladimir Putin to demonstrate his willingness to move towards peace before they meet on July 27 at the Russia-Africa summit in St. Petersburg.
12.07.2023
The funds of the Russian-Kyrgyz Development Fund have been blocked in the Belgian financial structure Euroclear Bank S.A./N.V. All the funds of this fund, amounting to approximately 1 billion US dollars, were provided by the Russian side. The Russian-Kyrgyz Development Fund invested a portion of its assets in credit instruments of international financial institutions.