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01.07.2013
Lukashenko’s government is open for dialogue with Europe. But it will expect something in return.
14.06.2013
A resolution that was adopted on 13 June in Geneva extends the mandate of Miklos Haraszti, a Special Rapporteur on human rights situation in Belarus, for one more year.
13.06.2013
Belarus’s dictator Alexander Lukashenko will be able to count on some “like-minded” friends when it comes to a vote on his human rights record at the UN this week.
10.06.2013
Statement by Yuri Dzhibladze at the 23rd session of the UN Human Rights Council during interactive dialogue with the UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights Situation in Belarus.
15.05.2013
Imprisonment in many penal facilities of Belarus is a form of cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment. This is one of the main conclusions of monitoring of prison conditions in the country conducted by the Human Rights Centre Viasna.
07.05.2013
The Human Rights Centre Viasna urges the Belarusian authorities to stop the practice of intimidation and pressurization of civic activists and immediately decriminalize the activity of unregistered organizations.
07.05.2013
The Belarusian Association of Journalists (BAJ) is a non-governmental, non-profit and non-partisan association of media workers, founded in 1995 to promote freedom of expression and independent journalism in Belarus.
08.04.2013
On 1 April 2013 the new office of the Human Rights Centre Viasna opened its doors in Minsk. The human rights defenders presented new analytical editions, shared their plans for the future and defined the priorities for their current activities.
02.04.2013
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.
14.03.2013
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.
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Lukashenko’s government is open for dialogue with Europe. But it will expect something in return.

A resolution that was adopted on 13 June in Geneva extends the mandate of Miklos Haraszti, a Special Rapporteur on human rights situation in Belarus, for one more year.

Belarus’s dictator Alexander Lukashenko will be able to count on some “like-minded” friends when it comes to a vote on his human rights record at the UN this week.

Statement by Yuri Dzhibladze at the 23rd session of the UN Human Rights Council during interactive dialogue with the UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights Situation in Belarus.

Imprisonment in many penal facilities of Belarus is a form of cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment. This is one of the main conclusions of monitoring of prison conditions in the country conducted by the Human Rights Centre Viasna.

The Human Rights Centre Viasna urges the Belarusian authorities to stop the practice of intimidation and pressurization of civic activists and immediately decriminalize the activity of unregistered organizations.

On 1 April 2013 the new office of the Human Rights Centre Viasna opened its doors in Minsk.

The human rights defenders presented new analytical editions, shared their plans for the future and defined the priorities for their current activities.

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 reas

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