Statements

Freedom House would like to draw the attention of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights and the participating States to the continuing crackdown on freedom of the press in Eurasia. 

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

Despite repeated calls for media reform, Moldova has not made significant efforts to improve press freedom. 

Freedom House joins our peer organizations in a commitment to establish and reinforce existing networks of advocates dedicated to promoting freedom of religion or belief in their respective countries and in the Asia Pacific region.

Freedom House President Mark P. Lagon joins the Asia Pacific Religious Freedom Forum to discuss best practices and the need for deepening partnerships to advance religious liberty as a cornerstone of basic human dignity. 

 Freedom House urges Ukraine to adopt measures that will make it a more equal, tolerant, and democratic country for all of its citizens. 

Freedom House President Mark P. Lagon received the Louis Sohn Award of the United Nations Association.

The anniversary of Ismayilova’s arrest on December 5, 2014 highlights the absence of rule of law and freedom of expression in Azerbaijan.

Freedom House would like to draw special attention today at the state of human rights in Belarus as it stands on the eve of presidential elections.

Freedom House is pleased to make a statement on the issue of propaganda and offer recommendations on how to address its harmful effects.

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