12 June 2013
NHC welcomes increased attention OSCE for protection human rights defenders
Stop harassment of Russian NGOs
21 May 2013The Netherlands Helsinki Committee is one of the Dutch non-governmental organizations signing a statement of solidarity with Russian NGOs subject to large-scale inspections, often of an intimidatory nature, by government agents.
MoU between human rights organizations in Central Asia
02 May 2013As a reaction to the deteriorating human rights situation in Central Asia a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between human rights NGOs from all five Central Asian countries.
Uzbekistan’s partners should push for implementation of UN recommendations
29 April 2013The Universal Periodic Review of Uzbekistan on 24 April 2013 by the UN Human Rights Council ended with the adoption of an outcome report containing a set of recommendations in Geneva on 26 April 2013.
NHC starts project ‘Enhancing professionalism in the Libyan Prison Service’.
25 April 2013In April 2013 the Netherlands Helsinki Committee has started with the implementation of the project 'Enhancing professionalism in the Libyan Prison Service'.
Training in Bishkek on women’s and children’s rights
15 April 2013In the second week of April, fifteen activists from Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan met in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, for a training of trainers on a rights based approach to social policies relevant to women and children.
Concern about wave of NGO harassment in Russia
25 March 2013In the last few weeks hundreds of NGOs in different parts of Russia have been subjected to inspections apparently aimed at determining whether they comply with legal requirements.
Conference on Freedom of Assembly and Association in the OSCE
08 February 2013On 7 February, the Centre for Civil Liberties in Kiev partnered with the Netherlands Helsinki Committee in organizing a conference on Freedom of Assembly and Association in the OSCE region.
Conference on Human Rights situation in Central Asia
07 February 2013The Netherlands Helsinki Committee together with its project partners has held a conference on the human rights situation in Central Asia in Kiev on 6 February 2013.
Start Anti Human Trafficking project in Bulgaria, Romania and Slovakia
01 February 2013In January 2013, The Netherlands Helsinki Committee has started with the implementation of the anti-trafficking project “Promotion of the Rights of Trafficked Persons in Bulgaria, Romania and Slovakia with Emphasis on Legal Support – A Human Rights-Based Approach”.