Reports and releases

A review of Uzbekistan by the UN Human Rights Council ended with the adoption of an outcome report containing a set of recommendations in Geneva.
The human rights situation in Belarus remained consistently negative in 2012. The lack of progress concerning the release of political prisoners and the continuation of human rights violations were the main cause of self-isolation of the country.
International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and its Belarusian member organization, Human Rights Center Viasna, are outraged at the large-scale and systematic acts of repression being inflicted upon both political prisoners and individuals whose freedom has been restricted for political reasons.
The International Partnership Group for Azerbaijan (IPGA), the Civic Solidarity Platform and local organisations condemn the latest crackdown on freedom of expression and association in Azerbaijan.
26 human rights groups, including many members of the Civic Solidarity Platform have appealed to the Ukrainian government to live up to its OSCE chairmanship role and refrain from extraditing former Tajik prime minister Abdumalik Abdullajanov, who was arrested in Kiev last week and is wanted by the Tajik authorities.
Hungary was until recently seen as one of the most successful new democracies. However democratic standards have in a short period of time deteriorated in a degree that few thought was possible.
The International Partnership Group, coordinated by ARTICLE 19, along with Amnesty International, several Azerbaijani NGOs and other international organisations urge the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) to make a strong call for Azerbaijan to improve its deteriorating human rights record.
The Institute for Reporters’ Freedom and Safety (IRFS) strongly condemns the deliberate and calculated attack on the media and rights defenders during January 12th public protest over the deaths of young conscripts in the Azerbaijani army and calls on the government to take action against police officers who assaulted rights defenders and journa
Europe’s last dictatorship plans even tighter controls over citizens’ access to the digital world, a new report by Index on Censorship, a Civic Solidarity Platfrom member organisation, shows.
Statement by the Centre for the Development of Democracy and Human Rights, Russia, and the International Civic Solidarity Platform   Supplementary Human Dimension Meeting
As key stakeholders from government, industry and civil society come together at the Internet Governance Forum in Baku from 6-9 November, Index on Censorship sets out some of the key challenges to free expression online, and the red lines and issues that must be defended and promoted at the IGF – and elsewhere – if we are not to compromise our f
As internet use is expanding, the authorities appear to have become increasingly fearful of the potential of the internet as a platform for open debate, scrutiny of those in power and mobilization of protests.
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