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OSCE Parallel Civil Society Conference 2017: Invitation to Participate
The OSCE-wide NGO-network ‘Civic Solidarity Platform’ invites you to its annual OSCE Parallel Civil Society Conference, to be held in Vienna in December 2017.
New Report: Enhancing Civil Society's Impact in Donbas
Another Victim of Enforced Disappearance in Turkmenistan: Akmurad Redjepov Dies in Custody
The Prove They Are Alive! Campaign’s Statement on Akmurad Redjepov’s Death in Prison
The International Community Should Take Urgent Steps to End Enforced Disappearances in Turkmenistan
Statement by the Prove They Are Alive! Campaign on the International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearances
Kick-off of the CSP Working Group on Women and Gender Realitites in the OSCE Region
The kick-off meeting of the CSP Working Group on Women and Gender Realitites in the OSCE Region took place in Vienna on June 11, 2017. Below is a short summary of the meeting's outcomes.
Tbilisi Shelter City call for applications
Truth Hounds and Analytical Center for Interethnic Cooperation and Consultations invite human rights defenders to apply for the participation in the Tbilisi Shelter City Program.
Parallel Civil Society Forum in Minsk
Crimean human rights activists gathered evidence of discrimination against the Ukrainians in Crimea
The Crimean Human Rights Group have recently conducted a monitoring the access to education in the Ukrainian language in Crimea and Sevastopol.
Appeal to the United Nations Secretary General Regarding His Visit to Turkmenistan
Social Media Handbook for HRDs (in Russian)
In their Social Media Handbook for HRDs Netherlands Helsinki Committee and Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights are sharing useful tips for effective communication on social media.
A report on parliamentary elections 2017 in Armenia
Helsinki Committee of Armenia has published a report on Parliamentary Elections 2017.
Psychiatry as a tool of coercion in post-Soviet countries: new report on political abuse of psychiatry
A new report on the resumption of the practice of political abuse of psychiatry in post-Soviet countries has been published in May 2017 by the international foundation “Human Rights in Mental Health-FGIP”.
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