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26.10.2012
Sing for Democracy, a human rights campaign launched by several Azerbaijani civil society activists in advance of their country playing host to glitzy Eurovision Song Competition earlier this year, is embarking on something new.
10.10.2012
Crude Accountability has published a new report, “After the BTC Pipeline and EITI Validation: Where are Prosperity and Transparency in Azerbaijan?” examining the state of Western oil and gas company operations in Azerbaijan, particularly as pertains to environment, civil society and transparency.
21.09.2012
The gas-rich country presents itself as open and modern, but Azerbaijan is not safe for activists and journalists fighting for free speech, says Natasha Schmidt at Index on Censorship.
06.09.2012
Azerbaijan’s Critical Voices in Danger report documents findings and outlines freedom of expression violations for the first half of 2012.
04.09.2012
Azerbaijani police illegally dispersed the Sing for Democracy human rights campaign’s September 1 protest in front of the Russian Embassy in Baku in support of the convicted members of the Russian punk band Pussy Riot.
26.07.2012
We, the undersigned members of the Civic Solidarity Platform and the International Partnership Group on Azerbaijan (IPGA), urgently call on the Council of Europe, the EU and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) to press the Azerbaijani government to immediately stop the harassment and intimidation of civil society activists and journalists in Azerbaijan, and to conform to international standards and commitments on freedom of expression and on the rights of human rights defenders.
26.07.2012
Human Rights Club was founded in December 2010 – on the World Human Rights Day – by several human rights defenders in Azerbaijan. The main goal of the HRC is to protect human rights and freedoms in Azerbaijan, enhance respect for human rights and freedoms and arrange effective rights defence.
06.06.2012
Civic Solidarity Platform members Index on Censorship, Article 19, Human Rights House Foundation, Institute for Reporters Freedom and Safety and other human rights organizations including Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International conducted a campaign to take advantage of the unusual window of
23.05.2012
The refusal of the organization behind Eurovision to condemn human rights abuses in Azerbaijan provides a carte blanche to the government’s crackdown, Amnesty International said after another two peaceful protests were violently dispersed.
11.05.2012
The Institute for Reporters’ Freedom and Safety (IRFS) is a non-government organization founded in 2006 by Azerbaijani journalists Emin Huseynov and Sarvan Rizvanov to support journalists and freedom of the media in Azerbaijan.
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Sing for Democracy, a human rights campaign launched by several Azerbaijani civil society activists in advance of their country playing host to glitzy Eurovision Song Competition earlier this year, is embarking on something new.

Crude Accountability has published a new report, “After the BTC Pipeline and EITI Validation: Where are Prosperity and Transparency in Azerbaijan?” examining the state of Western oil and gas company operations in Azerbaijan, particularly as pertains to environment, civil society and transparency.

The gas-rich country presents itself as open and modern, but Azerbaijan is not safe for activists and journalists fighting for free speech, says Natasha Schmidt at Index on Censorship.

Azerbaijan’s Critical Voices in Danger report documents findings and outlines freedom of expression violations for the first half of 2012.

Azerbaijani police illegally dispersed the Sing for Democracy human rights campaign’s September 1 protest in front of the Russian Embassy in Baku in support of the convicted members of the Russian punk band Pussy Riot.

We, the undersigned members of the Civic Solidarity Platform and the International Partnership Group on Azerbaijan (IPGA), urgently call on the Council of Europe, the EU and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) to  press  the Azerbaijani government to immediately stop t

The refusal of the organization behind Eurovision to condemn human rights abuses in Azerbaijan provides a carte blanche to the government’s crackdown, Amnesty International said after another two peaceful protests were violently dispersed.

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