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21.09.2016
The brutal crackdown on political opposition in Tajikistan has been among the most dramatic developments in the OSCE region over the past year.
27.02.2015
Organizations of Human rights in Tajikistan and CIS thank the Government Commission on drafting the Law of Tajikistan "Military Duty and Military Service" for the publication of the law on the official website of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Tajikistan.
25.11.2014
Almost a hundred civil society groups called on the government of Tajikistan to drop new restrictive draft legislation on NGOs and to respect the right of NGOs to have unhindered access to funding for their work.
01.08.2014
Office of Civil Freedoms was found in 2013 as a national non-governmental organisation. Its priorities are defending and promoting of rights and liberties of soldiers and recruits, as well as strengthening of public control over the field of security.
04.07.2014
The Civic Solidarity Platform expresses its concern about the arrest of and allegations made against Mr. Alexander Sodiqov in Tajikistan and urges authorities of Tajikistan to immediately release him.
26.05.2014
The authorities of Tajikistan fail to adequately protect the rights of women, labour migrants, children from disadvantaged families, disabled people, rural and economically weak residents and other vulnerable groups.
07.10.2013
The state does not respect the right to the truth, says a report that summarises the monitoring of observance of human rights in connection with events in Khorog, Tajikistan, in 2012.
02.08.2012
A group of civil society organizations appealed to the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon with their serious concerns by the deepening crisis in the city of Khorog, where for the third straight day the situation remains unstable. Early on the morning of July 24, law enforcement and security a
30.07.2012
The European Union expresses its concern about the recent events and reported loss of life in the Gorno-Badakshan Autonomous Region of Tajikistan. We hope that the current clashes will end as quickly as possible and that further casualties will be avoided.
21.05.2012
The United Nations Special Rapporteur on torture, Juan E. Méndez, today said he was encouraged by recent legal changes in Tajikistan, like the introduction of a new criminal provision defining torture and providing penalties for it.
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The brutal crackdown on political opposition in Tajikistan has been among the most dramatic developments in the OSCE region over the past year.

Organizations of Human rights in Tajikistan and CIS thank the Government Commission on drafting the Law of Tajikistan "Military Duty and Military Service" for the publication of the law on the official website of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Tajikistan.

Almost a hundred civil society groups called on the government of Tajikistan to drop new restrictive draft legislation on NGOs and to respect the right of NGOs to have unhindered access to funding for their work.

The Civic Solidarity Platform, a coalition of more than 60 human rights NGOs across the OSCE region, expresses its strongest concern about the arrest of and allegations made against Mr. Alexander Sodiqov in Tajikistan and urges authorities of Tajikistan to immediately release Mr.

At its session in Geneva on 26-30 May 2014, the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights  will begin its second review of Tajikistan since th

The state does not respect the right to the truth, says a report that summarises the monitoring of observance of human rights in connection with events in Khorog, Tajikistan, in 2012.

A group of civil society organizations appealed to the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon with their serious concerns by the deepening crisis in the city of Khorog, where for the third straight day the situation remains unstable. Early on the morning of July 24, law enforcement and security a

The European Union expresses its concern about the recent events and reported loss of life in the Gorno-Badakshan Autonomous Region of Tajikistan. We hope that the current clashes will end as quickly as possible and that further casualties will be avoided.

The United Nations Special Rapporteur on torture, Juan E. Méndez, today said he was encouraged by recent legal changes in Tajikistan, like the introduction of a new criminal provision defining torture and providing penalties for it.

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