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Less than six weeks ahead of a constitutional referendum, the Azerbaijani authorities have unleashed a new wave of repression to silence critical voices.

Freedom House urges President Obama to visit Tunisia to reassure political leaders of American support during their fight for a more democratic society.

The United States’ foreign assistance will not effectively empower recipients’ self-governance and self-sufficiency if our security and economic strategies disregard the importance of human rights and democracy.

Freedom House urges the prompt release of freelance journalist Saparmamed Nepeskuliev, a contributor to RFE/RL’s Turkmen Service and Alternative Turkmenistan News. 

A letter to General Kayihura sent from 31 Ugandan and International Organizations inquiring about advancing security and the protection and human rights of all.


Twenty-eight international and China-based NGOs have signed a joint letter calling on the National People’s Congress of China to repeal a recently adopted law which provides broad tools to the government to severely suppress the activities of independent civil society organizations in China.

Washington, DC – On May 26, human rights organizations, journalists, and others will gather in front of the White House as part of a global campaign to highlight the ongoing repression of civil society and independent voices in Azerbaijan.

The United Nations Human Rights Council has proven it can add value to the lives of those whose dignity is under threat — but it needs greater solidarity of the democracies across regions and across the North-South divide.  

Freedom House calls on governments to support the establishment of a Commission of Inquiry by the UNHRC to investigate the string of brutal killings by Islamic extremists of intellectuals, academics, writers, bloggers, and activists in Bangladesh.


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