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08.11.2012
As internet use is expanding, the authorities appear to have become increasingly fearful of the potential of the internet as a platform for open debate, scrutiny of those in power and mobilization of protests.
09.10.2012
Trial of the oil industry workers from Kazakhstani city of Zhanaozen failed to comply with fair trail standards. This is the main conclusion made by the International Monitoring Mission that included international and Kazakhstani experts, who represented the Civic Solidarity Platform.
20.07.2012
Since 2003, Crude Accountability has been working for environmental justice in oil and gas impacted communities in Kazakhstan, including at the Karachaganak Oil and Gas Condensate Field, one of the largest petroleum fields in the world.
12.07.2012
International and Kazakhstani experts representing the NGO coalition Civic Solidarity monitored the trial of oil works from Zhanaozen who were accused of organizing and participating in mass riots on December 16, 2011.
11.05.2012
The Legal Policy Research Center (LPRC) is an independent think tank established in 2008 and based in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The LPRC conducts policy research, proposes alternative policy solutions, and provides resources and support to policy makers and researchers.
11.05.2012
The Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and Rule of Law was established in 1993 and has since grown into one of the largest and most influential human rights organizations in Kazakhstan.
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ARTICLE 19 welcomes yesterdays’ court decision to sentence four men to lengthy prison sentences for attacking Kazakh journalist Lukpan Akhmediyarov with a knife and shotgun in April 2012.

As internet use is expanding, the authorities appear to have become increasingly fearful of the potential of the internet as a platform for open debate, scrutiny of those in power and mobilization of protests.

Trial of the oil industry workers from Kazakhstani city of Zhanaozen failed to comply with fair trail standards. This is the main conclusion made by the International Monitoring Mission that included international and Kazakhstani experts, who represented the Civic Solidarity Platform.

International and Kazakhstani experts representing the NGO coalition Civic Solidarity monitored the trial of oil works from Zhanaozen who were accused of organizing and participating in mass riots on December 16, 2011.

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