Date: 17 July 2017
AI Index Number: EUR 62/6749/2017
On the occasion of the EU-Uzbekistan Cooperation Council meeting, which will take place in Brussels on 17 July 2017, the Association for Human Rights in Central Asia (AHRCA), International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and Amnesty International urge the EU to emphasise the need for concrete changes in the human rights situation in Uzbekistan.
Geneva, Brussels, The Hague, Almaty 12 July 2011. A UN review of Kazakhstan this week should address problematic practices that stifle dissent and limit fundamental freedoms in this country, three human rights groups said today. Among such practices are the use of libel charges and defamation suits to intimidate outspoken journalists, mass detentions of participants in unsanctioned protest meetings and raids and fines targeting religious groups that worship without state registration.
Tashkent, Almaty, Brussels and The Hague, 23 June 2011. On the eve of the this year’s EU-Uzbekistan Human Rights Dialogue, which will take place in Tashkent on 24 June, a group of NGOs from Central Asia and Western Europe express grave concern about the fate of 28 Uzbeks who earlier this month were extradited from Kazakhstan to Uzbekistan on religious extremism charges.
Brussels, 10 December 2010. Today is Human Rights Day, which this year is celebrated with the particular aim of recognizing and acclaiming the achievements of the world's human rights defenders, many of whom work at great personal risk.
To: President of Kyrgyzstan Roza Otunbaeva
Cc: Minister of Internal Affairs of Kyrgyzstan Zarylbek Rysaliev,
General Prosecutor of Kyrgyzstan Kubatbek Baibolov
Brussels, 22 October 2010
Dear Madam President,
I am writing to you on behalf of the International Partnership for Human Rights as we are concerned about the safety of the staff members of the Jalal-Abad based NGO Spravedlivost (Justice), who have been subjected to threats and pressure because of their human rights activities.
Warsaw Human Dimension Session of the 2010 OSCE Review Conference
Working Session 5: (Rule of Law II), Tuesday 5 October 2010
Statement by the Human Rights Center "Citizens against Corruption" (Kyrgyzstan), the Fiery Hearts Club (France) and the International Partnership for Human Rights (Belgium)
Arbitrary detentions, police brutality, ethnic bias and other human rights violations perpetrated in the aftermath of the summer's inter-ethnic violence in southern Kyrgyzstan
During the inter-ethnic violence that rocked southern Kyrgyzstan in June this year, arson, …