Joint statements

NGOs from around the world appeal to Russia's Foreign minister after a Russian diplomat sent death threats to Florian Irminger, Head of Advocacy of the Human Rights House Foundation, at the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Members of the Civic Solidarity Platform are extremely relieved that our colleague Rasul Jafarov and 13 other individuals unfairly and unjustly imprisoned in Azerbaijan have been pardoned, allowing them to be released and reunite with their families and loved ones.
Members of the Civic Solidarity Platform express deepest concern at recent developments affecting the state of democracy and human rights protection in Poland.
Azerbaijan’s most well-known political prisoners, Leyla Yunus, was released from detention
Members of the Civic Solidarity Platform are relieved to learn that one of Azerbaijan’s most well-known political prisoners, Arif Yunus, has been released from detention on health grounds.
Statement by International Partnership for Human Rights, Amnesty International, Association for Human Rights in Central Asia, Civic Solidarity Platform, Human Rights Watch.
On the second anniversary of the murder of independent Russian journalist, Akhmednabi Akhmednabiyev, we call for the investigation into his case to be urgently raised to the federal level.
Civil society activists call on Prosecutor General of Kazakhstan to investigate cases of torture.
Member organizations of the Civic Solidarity Platform have been deeply disturbed and shocked to learn of Uzbek authorities’ degrading and perverse treatment of well-known Uzbekistani human rights activist Elena Urlaeva on Sunday 31 May 2015.
Civic Solidarity Platform called on the OSCE Chairperson in Office, Serbian Foreign Minister Ivica Dačić to speak out in support of imprisoned activists and journalists during his visit to Azerbaijan. Dear Mr. Dačić,
Civic Solidarity Platform call on the members of Kyrgyzstan’s parliament to reject the “foreign agents” bill, which poses a serious threat to Kyrgyzstan’s civil society
On April 17 2015, the de facto Security Committee (or the KGB) of the separatist Transnistrian region of Moldova issued a statement describing civil society organisations which receive funds from abroad and are active on the territory of Transnistria as a threat to Transnistrian security.
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