Human Rights House Foundation


- 2018

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How can we resist illiberal democracy and populism?

On day two of the #HRHN2016 Assembly, the Human Rights Houses, joined by external experts, discussed the growing trend toward illiberal democracy, autocracy, and populism, and proposed solutions for how civil society can resist this trend. 24 Nov 2016 »

Image: Armenians awaiting accountability for police violence 
Copyright: Narek Aleksanyan

Armenians awaiting accountability for police violence

“This is the second time in recent years that journalists have been targeted during protests. Last year during the events of ‘Electric Yerevan’ journalists were targeted for the first time in recent years,” commented Helsinki Association for Human Rights, contributor to the report Burnt, Beaten and Betrayed: Armenians Awaiting Accountability for Police Violence. 16 Sep 2016 »

Image: Human Rights Houses pay tribute to Mikael Danielyan

Human Rights Houses pay tribute to Mikael Danielyan

Mika Danielyan, chairperson of HRH Yerevan, passed away on 24 August. Human Rights Houses extend their deepest sympathies to Mika’s colleagues, friends, and family in Yerevan, and share the following tributes. 26 Aug 2016 »


Responsibility for violent clashes lies with the Armenian authorities

During “Erebuni” mass protests in Yerevan, largely peaceful protests have been met with disproportionate force, detentions, and provocations by law enforcement, leading to violent confrontations between police and protestors. The authorities have failed to meet their obligation to facilitate and support peaceful protests, and in many cases they have undermined efforts to ensure events remained peaceful. 02 Aug 2016 »

Image: Protests in Yerevan on 26 July 2016 
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Dozens detained amid ongoing protests in Armenia

Members of Human Rights House Yerevan report that police have detained up to 80 people in Armenia since the protests began. There are also allegations that police did not provide information on some of these persons’ whereabouts for many hours, did not grant them timely access to legal representation, and have used disproportionate force against protestors. These detentions come amid mass protests in Yerevan, sparked by the armed occupation of a police station in the city’s Erebuni district. 28 Jul 2016 »

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