Freedom of movement can not be taken for granted in Turkmenistan.
“Prove They Are Alive!” campaign expresses its strong disappointment and regret at the failure of the government of Turkmenistan to provide a substantive reply to the United Nations Human Rights Committee on its decision on the case of Boris Shikhmuradov within the period established by t
Geldy Kyarizov’s family suffered a violent attack on their lives on 5 August 2015 as they attempted to leave the country.
Turkmenistan authorities have started a new campaign of demolishing satellite dishes, aiming at fully blocking independent access to international TV and radio.
New reports call for immediate action to ‘Prove They Are Alive!’
Dozens of people have been forcibly disappeared in Turkmenistan, some for more than a decade, a coalition of human rights groups called the Prove They Are Alive!
On July 2, 2014, the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly adopted its Baku Declaration, in which it specifically asks the Government of Turkmenistan to provide
The 2014 Turkmenistan Gas Congress, held 20-21 May 2014 in the environmentally unsustainable resort town of Avaza, on the Caspian Sea, not far from oil fields and refineries, has drawn a number of international delegates, including high level EU and US government representatives.
Civil society activists in the OSCE region demand information about those disappeared for ten years in Turkmenistan’s prisons.