KAZAKHSTAN INTERNATIONAL BUREAU FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AND RULE OF LAW

Kazakhstan: Cease undue pressure on young civic activist Beybarys Tolymbekov

The Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and the Rule of Law (KIBHR) and International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) are seriously concerned about the well-being and security of Beybarys Tolymbekov, a 20-year-old civil society activist who was detained in Almaty on 21 April 2019 for peacefully protesting for fair elections and now is being put under pressure by the authorities to carry out his military service.

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Release or credibly charge Kazakhstani activist. Joint statement on arrest of Serikzhan Bilash, a human rights defender

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Statement in view of the events occurred over the visit of the deputies of the European Parliament to the Republic of Kazakhstan

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The danger of speaking out – recent trends in Central Asia

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In Kazakhstan the right to form and join trade unions is grossly violated and working activists are subjected to persecution

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Statement on the prosecution of civil activists Yermek Narymbayev and Serikzhan Mambetalin

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Statement on the adoption of the Law on NGO

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Kazakh authorities keep on increasing pressure on civil society activists and independent media against the backdrop of an economic downturn

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Kazakhstan: UN expert highlights key freedom of association and assembly concerns

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Statement on ​​inadmissibility of extradition of Mukhtar Ablyazov

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