Human Rights House Foundation

Belarus

Belarus – The Barys Zvozskau Belarusian Human Rights House

The Belarusian Human Rights House (HRH) addresses the main challenges faced by human rights activists in Belarus - the right to assembly and freedom of expression. This is achieved through the provision of a safe training and meeting space and facilities for human rights defenders, NGOs, journalists, students and teachers, as well as for international meetings and cultural events.

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Image: Belarusian journalists urge to provide information about the "case on the preparation of the riots"

Belarusian journalists urge to provide information about the "case on the preparation of the riots"

The Belarusian Association of Journalists filed a petition to the Investigative Committee, the General prosecutor’s office and the KGB, demanding to hold a press conference for representatives of the entire spectrum of the media and present official information about the investigation of the "case on the preparation of the riots." 13 May 2017 »

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The first death sentence in 2017 is executed in Belarus

Representatives of the campaign "Human rights defenders against the death penalty in Belarus" reported that the resident of Gomel Siarhei Vostrykau has been executed. His mother received a notification with this information from the Gomel Regional Court. This is the first death penalty in Belarus in 2017. 06 May 2017 »

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The trial of Tatsiana Reviaka should not become an example of persecution

Human Rights House Foundation appealed to the chairman of the court of Tsentralny district of Minsk, where the hearing of the human rights defender Tatsiana Reviaka case will take place. 17 Apr 2017 »

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EU Parliament condemns crackdown in Belarus

“Through this clear and principled resolution, the European Parliament shows that the recent crackdown on peaceful protestors will not go without consequences. It is a clear warning toward the Belarusian authorities to end the harassment of independent media, political opposition, and human rights defenders.” 11 Apr 2017 »

Image: Belarus Court sets new date for trial of human rights defender

Belarus Court sets new date for trial of human rights defender

Tatsiana Reviaka, President of the Belarusian Human Rights House, was arrested on 26 March 2017 while she monitored peaceful protests, and detained for three hours. She later received a summons to the administrative court on charges of disobeying the police and petty hooliganism. 10 Apr 2017 »

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