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Image: Political refugee Ales Mikhalevich returned to Belarus in order to protect human rights 
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Belarusian HRH

Political refugee Ales Mikhalevich returned to Belarus in order to protect human rights

The politician and 2010 presidential election candidate Aliaksei (Ales) Mikhalevich returned to Belarus after more than four years of forced exile. 10 Sep 2015 »

Calls for Action

What made the Network unique in the beginning 20 years ago – local voices, independence, democratic principles, joint programs, and international reach – is the same today. 07 Sep 2015 »

Image: Walk for political prisoners

Walk for political prisoners

They have been silenced, so the Network will tell their story. Human Rights House Network, united in Oslo to celebrate its 20th year, was walking to raise awareness of those who are not free to walk. 07 Sep 2015 »

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Building a Community for Change and Freedoms

The founders of the Human Rights House Network believed change is possible. They believed much could be achieved by collaborating locally and internationally. Today, the Network is a community of more than 100 independent organizations operating in 16 Human Rights Houses located in 13 countries. 07 Sep 2015 »

Image: Accused in the "graffiti case": during the arrest we were threatened that we would never be released
Belarusian HRH

Accused in the "graffiti case": during the arrest we were threatened that we would never be released

On 31 August the information, that the accused in the "graffiti case" fully confessed their guilt, repented for the crime and fully compensated the damage, appeared on the site of the Investigative Committee. After that, a preventive measure against the two accused was changed to recognizance not to leave. Two other young men remain in the status of suspects. 04 Sep 2015 »

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