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October 12, 2017

Azerbaijan: No progress, no concessions

The country must “put an end to systemic repression of human rights defenders and the media,” according to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE).

September 8, 2017

Draft laws burden Ukrainian NGOs

Two proposed laws introduced in Ukraine would oblige non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to publically publish detailed online reports on their employees and funding, which organisations have labelled as “disproportionate interference” in their activities.

July 10, 2017

Human Rights House Annual Report 2016

Discover how we, the Human Rights Houses and Human Rights House Foundation, protected, empowered, and supported human rights defenders and advanced human rights in 2016.

July 10, 2017

Holding a meeting on human rights is not a terrorist conspiracy

The Civil Solidarity Platform has issued a statement in support of representatives of Turkish civil society organisations working on human rights, who have been arrested and are being investigated for membership of an armed organisation and for terrorist offences. Some 40 independent organisations, including HRHF, support the joint statement and call for the release of these human rights defenders.

June 8, 2017

Need to support civil society

“Imagine a world without civil society; it is bleak,” said Human Rights House Foundation in a statement at the UN Human Rights Council, as it alerted the Council about State policies which aim to limit and silence their own civil societies.

May 31, 2017

FOAA Online: Easily accessible legal arguments on assembly and association rights

FOAA Online! is a web-based collection of easily accessible legal arguments for lawyers, activists and judges involved in freedom of peaceful assembly and freedom of association (FOAA) cases.

May 28, 2004

We are moving!

The Norwegian Human Rights House will move to new facilities on 7 June 2004. In addition to the present organisations at the Human Rights House, we will share offices with Amnesty International, Nansen Dialogue Project, The Norwegian Council for the Rights of Kurdish People, and The Norwegian Burma Committee. The intention is to strengthen human rights work both on a local, national and international level. New contact details: Tordenskioldsgate 6b, 0160 Oslo, Norway. Tel: (+47) 22 47 92 00, Fax: (+47) 22 47 92 01. (28-MAY-04)
 

May 28, 2004

New Human Rights House in Oslo

The Norwegian Human Rights House will move to new facilities on 7 June 2004. The present organisations at the Human Rights House will share offices with Amnesty International, Nansen Dialogue Project, The Norwegian Council for the Rights of Kurdish People, and The Norwegian Burma Committee. The intention is to strengthen human rights work both on a local, national and international level. New contact details: Tordenskioldsgate 6b, 0160 Oslo, Norway. Tel: (+47) 22 47 92 00, Fax: (+47) 22 47 92 01. (28-MAY-04)