July 10, 2019

EU-Belarus dialogue: human rights organisations issue joint position

Belarusian human rights organisations have issued a joint position on EU-Belarus dialogue as well as recommendations to both parties following a 6th round of dialogue on 18 June in Brussels.

July 5, 2019

Human rights protections in Croatia: Hate crimes and presumption of innocence

Human Rights House Zagreb deepened its research and activities addressing hate crimes and hate speech, and the presumption of innocence in Croatia, through reports and events in June 2019.

June 12, 2019

Two years on from alleged abduction, Afgan Mukhtarli investigation still not completed

Human Rights House Tbilisi, its member organisations, and a coalition of NGOs have issued a joint statement urging the  Georgian authorities to take all necessary measures to effectively investigate Afgan Mukhtarli’s alleged abduction and hold any offenders accountable.

June 7, 2019

Вакансія каардынатара Школы лічбавай бяспекі DSS375

Асноўная функцыя каардынатара — забеспячэнне адміністрацыйнай, інфармацыйна-лагістычнай і змястоўнай працы Школы лічбавай бяспекі DSS375 пры Беларускім доме правоў чалавека.

June 6, 2019

Cтатыстыка інцыдэнтаў, звязаных з лічбавай бяспекай, за 2018 год

Школа лічбавай бяспекі DSS375 цягам 2018 года збірала згадкі аб інцыдэнтах, звязаных з лічбавай бяспекай, якія адбыліся з беларускімі праваабаронцамі, журналістамі і актывістамі.

May 24, 2019

Летнія Школы па правах чалавека для моладзі-2019: запрашаем да ўдзелу!

Беларуская праваабарончая школа, арганізаваная міжнароднай супольнасцю праваабарончых арганізацый, абвяшчае конкурс на ўдзел у Летніх школах па правах чалавека на 2019 год.

May 10, 2019

International Civil Society Week in Belgrade

International Civil Society Week 2019 (ICSW) was held in Belgrade from 8-12 April 2019. Events were co-organised by Civic Initiatives (member of Human Rights House Belgrade), CIVICUS: Civic Alliance for Citizen Participation, and Balkan Civil Society Development Network.

May 10, 2019

“If you can smile in the most difficult situations, you are not yet defeated”

A key contributor to creating a human rights community in Belarus, Tatsiana Reviaka was one of the country’s first human rights defenders when she began her work in the newly-independent Belarus. Reviaka was the president of Barys Zvozskau Belarusian Human Rights House between 2010 and 2018.

May 10, 2019

Marking 10 years of the Anti-Discrimination Act in Croatia

Marking the anniversary of the adoption of the main legal instrument to fight discrimination in Croatia, Human Rights House Zagreb held an international conference in cooperation with the Office of the Ombudswoman.