Joint Letters

In the following letter, key members of Congress urge the Administration to take action to secure the release of journalists in Egypt, and call for an end to the crackdown on the media in the country.

In the following letter, Freedom House joins prominent rights organizations in expressing its concern at the Czech president's upcoming meeting with Uzbekistan's president Islam Karimov, given the repressive nature of Uzbekistan's government.

Cambodia's prime minister must release garment workers who were detained during demonstrations and ensure the right to peaceful assembly, association and expression, urges Freedom House and key human rights groups.

Freedom House joined leading human rights and LGBT groups in calling on key corporate sponsors of the Sochi Olympics to speak out against discrimination, harassment and threats against LGBT people in Russia.

The Egypt Working Group calls on the Administration to take a clear stance on democracy and human rights in Egypt, and to reconsider the resumption of financial aid to Egypt's government.

In the following letter, Freedom House calls on Vice President Joe Biden to address press freedom concerns in his upcoming meeting with Montenegro's Prime Minister, Milo Đukanović.

A coaltion of civil society groups, trade organizations and companies call on Congress in the following letter to reform intelligence surveillance practices.

We urge the Administration to carefully calibrate its targeted sanctions on select individuals and entities in Burma.

A coalition of internet companies and free speech advocates calls on leaders in the U.S. Senate and House to support two bills that increase transparency around government surveillance of the internet.

 

One year after the attacks in Benghazi, we urge Secretary John Kerry to follow up on his commitment and to honor the legacy of Ambassador Stevens by reaffirming and increasing engagement with Libya and bolstering U.S. support for its transition to democracy.

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