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05 April 2022

How so Helsinki? About the evolution of the Netherlands Helsinki Committee

Open letter NGOs to EU Commission and Council on Recovery Fund for Poland and Hungary

We urgently call on the EU Commission & Council to refrain from approving recovery funds to governments of Poland & Hungary without the rule of law concerns being resolved

Thoughts from Ukrainian Civil Society: Illia Yeremenko on the nuclear threat and cutting Putin’s war efforts at the source

As the war rages on, hear from Ukrainian civil society members and NHC partners on amplifying their message & support in defending democracy.

Joint NGO statement for the suspension of Russia’s membership of the UN Human Rights Council

The NHC joins 48 other NGOs to call on the UN General Assembly to suspend Russia’s rights of membership of the Human Rights Council.

Women Human Rights Defenders in Ukraine: Before, Within and Beyond the War

This International Women’s Day, we want to amplify the voices of Tetiana Pechonchyk and Lyudmyla Yankina, women human rights defenders in Ukraine.

#StandWithUkraine: An overview of fundraisers, protests and actions in the Netherlands

#StandWithUkraine: An overview of fundraisers, protests and actions in the Netherlands

Joint NGO Statement on Recent Events in Ukraine

We hereby express - in the strongest possible terms - our support to and solidarity with the people of Ukraine, and demand decisive actions from the international community

NGO letter to EU Ministers on rule of law and human rights situation in Poland

The NHC & 30+ other NGOs call for attention of EU Ministers to alarming developments in Poland ahead of the EU GA Council next week.

Call for Security Experts: Constituency and Influence for Reform

The NHC is calling for Ukrainian speaking and based security experts as part of the EU funded Constituency and Influence for Reform project.

Effective Rehabilitation through Education

Read more on Kosovo's incarcerated juveniles who are gaining university degrees to build a better live for themselves after leaving prison.