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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.
08.01.2013
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.
29.11.2012
The Civil Solidarity Platform condemns the confiscation, on 26 November, of the office of its member in Belarus, the Human Rights Centre Viasna (Spring).
05.11.2012
Human rights defenders from Belarus learned about the invitation the National Center of Legislation and Legal Research (NCLLR) sent to stakeholders to express opinions on the issue of the National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) from the non-official information that appeared on one of the news w
09.08.2012
Since its foundation in 1996 the Legal Transformation Center (LAWTREND) has acted as a professional civil society organization in the field of freedom of expression, freedom of association, the right of access to information, justice and fair trial, facilitating the implementation of generally re
02.08.2012
4 August will mark the first anniversary of the arrest of Ales Bialiatski, one of the most well-known human rights defenders and prominent public figures in Belarus.
23.07.2012
In a joint report, the Belarusian Human Rights House and the Human Rights House Foundation, the Civic Solidarity Platform members, underline the lack of willingness by the Belarusian authorities to fully cooperate with the United Nations human rights system.
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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

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.

The Civil Solidarity Platform condemns the confiscation, on 26 November, of the office of its member in Belarus, the Human Rights Centre Viasna (Spring).

Human rights defenders from Belarus learned about the invitation the National Center of Legislation and Legal Research (NCLLR) sent to stakeholders to express opinions on the issue of the National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) from the non-official information that appeared on one of the news w

In a joint report, the Belarusian Human Rights House and the Human Rights House Foundation, the Civic Solidarity Platform members, underline the lack of willingness by the Belarusian authorities to fully cooperate with the United Nations human rights system.

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