13 December 2012 Building Up Rule of Law
Statement on the verdict against Kazakh human rights defender Kuramshin
NHC: The Netherlands should continue to promote rule of law across the whole of Europe
25 October 2012At the NHC 25th anniversary reception, Chairman Ian de Jong of the Netherlands Helsinki Committee called for the Netherlands to not look away from problems in the maintainance of the rule of law and human rights in wider Europe.
Cooperation Turkey and the Netherlands: A Basic Course Regulatory Impact Assessment
16 October 2012In September 2012 a group of officials from the Turkish Ministry of Justice explored Dutch solutions to reduce administrative burden in regulatory systems in a Basic Course Regulatory Impact Assessment in The Hague.
Concern over detention of board member of Bridging the Gulf
25 July 2012The Netherlands Helsinki Committee is extremely concerned at the detention on 17 July of Dr Mohammed al Roken, a lawyer and human rights defender from the United Arab Emirates.
NHC supports statement by the Civic Solidarity Platform on the amendments to the Russian NGO Law
12 July 2012The Civic Solidarity Platform, of which the NHC is a member, has issued a statement on the recently approved amendments to the draft NGO Law in Russia.
Third Expert Meeting for lawyers “Health and Psychological Consequences of Human Trafficking”
19 May 2012A third expert meeting for lawyers titled “Health and Psychological Consequences of Human Trafficking” was held at Zira Hotel, Belgrade, on May 18, 2012.
Kazakhstan: Ensure accountability for attack, protect journalists
25 April 2012The Netherlands Helsinki Committee and organizations from Belgium, Poland and Norway express their dismay at the brutal attack on Kazakhstani journalist Lukpan Akhmedyarov.
New case of harassment of independent Uzbek journalist
10 April 2012Brussels, The Hague 10 April 2012. International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and the Netherlands Helsinki Committee (NHC) deplore the conviction of Uzbek journalist Elena Bondar on spurious charges of promoting national hatred as an attempt to intimidate and punish her for her independent journalism work.
Fundamental freedoms under serious threat in Central Asia
07 March 2012Twenty years after the end of the Soviet Union fundamental freedoms are still under serious threat in the former Soviet republics of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
OSCE civil society parallel conference – human rights crisis in Belarus
06 December 2011Almost a year has passed after the dramatic events of 19 December 2010 in the Republic of Belarus that gave rise to a new stage in the obliteration of fundamental rights and freedoms in this European country and OSCE member-state.