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Letters of Concern by right to freedom of expression

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Azerbaijan must investigate brutal attacks on journalists

Together with several international human rights organisations, the Norwegian Helsinki Committee strongly condemns the brutal attack on the Azerbaijani journalist Idrak Abbasov and four other journalists on 18 April 2012. In a letter adressed to President Ilham Aliyev the NHC demands that the Azerbaijani authorities launch an immediate, independent and transparent investigation into these brutal attacks. Read the letter in full below. 27 Apr 2012 »

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Appeal for the prompt and impartial investigation of attacks against journalists

On 18 April 2012 in Baku, security guards attacked a prominent Azerbaijani journalist, Idrak Abbasov. This violent assault constitutes another case out of a long list of journalists harassed and attacked in Azerbaijan. The authorities of Azerbaijan bear the international responsibility to fully guarantee and promote the right to freedom of expression, as well as to carry out a prompt and impartial investigation and bring those responsible for these hideous crimes to justice in fair and open trial. 24 Apr 2012 »

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Appeal for immediate release and full rehabilitation of all political prisoners

Arbitrary detention is used in Belarus against political opponents and persons exercising their freedoms of conscience, opinion and expression. The use of arbitrary detention as a tool of systematic repression of critical voices constitutes a serious violation of human rights as the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention underlines. We urge the authorities of the Republic of Belarus to release all political prisoners and to compensate them for the harm suffered. 24 Apr 2012 »

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In Solidarity with Khadija Ismayilova

Azerbaijani and international NGOs condemn the blackmail and continued harassment of one of the independent investigative journalists working in the Republic of Azerbaijan, Khadija Ismayilova. The most recent episode in the harassment campaign involves a one minute film of an intimate nature being posted on the internet on Wednesday 14 March 14. 16 Mar 2012 »

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NGOs call for action at UN Human Rights Council

44 non-governmental organisations, including partners and members of the Human Rights House Network, urge the Human Rights Council to raise concern relating to fundamental freedoms in Azerbaijan. 21 Feb 2012 »

PACE must demand freedom for political prisoners

Member organisations of the International Partnership Group for Azerbaijan (IPGA) are deeply concerned by the continued politically motivated imprisonment of persons in Azerbaijan for exercising their right to freedom of expression. 30 Jan 2012 »

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Freedom for political prisoners

International human rights NGOs, including the Human Rights House Foundation, are deeply concerned by the continued politically motivated imprisonment of persons in Azerbaijan for exercising their right to freedom of expression. The IPGA calls on the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) to take immediate action to ensure the release of these persons and to hold Azerbaijan accountable for its obligations as a Member State. 24 Jan 2012 »

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Call for immediate release and rehabilitation of Ales Bialiastki

The condemnation of Ales Bialiatski illustrates how seriously threatened freedom of association and freedom of expression are in Belarus. Members and partners of the Human Rights House Network call upon Belarusian authorities to immediately release and drop all charges against human rights defender Ales Bialiatski; to fully rehabilitate him and to ensure unhampered activities of human rights and other civil society organizations. 24 Jan 2012 »

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Заклік тэрмінова вызваліць і рэабілітаваць Алеся Бяляцкага

Мы, ніжэйпадпісаныя 64 арганізацыі па правах чалавека, члены і партнёры Сеткі Дамоў правоў чалавека, рашуча асуджаем вырак суду, згодна з якім Алесь Бяляцкі асуджаны на 4,5 гады пазбаўлення волі з канфіскацыяй маёмасці. Мы заклікаем беларускія ўлады неадкладна зняць усе абвінавачванні супраць Алеся Бяляцкага і спыніць яго крымінальны пераслед. 25 Nov 2011 »

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Call for immediate release and rehabilitation of Ales Bialiatski

78 human rights organizations, members and partners of the Human Rights House Network, resolutely condemn the court verdict to sentence Ales Bialiatski to 4,5 years imprisonment with confiscation of his property. We call upon the Belarusian authorities to immediately drop all charges against Ales Bialiatski and stop his criminal prosecution. 24 Nov 2011 »

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