09/04/2015 - 23:07

The human rights activists adduce 7 arguments why the Decree should be considered to be violating the Constitution and international treaties of the state, and why it should be abolished. The list of the violations includes not only a new form of forced labour, but also the encroachment on the right and obligation of the citizens to raise their children and take care of their aged parents, serious restrictions on the privacy and personal data protection, and misuse of the authority by the President.

25/02/2015 - 12:34

A number of Belarusian NGOs have published a report prepared by graduates and experts of the Human Rights House Network’s program “International Law in Advocacy” as a result of a study entitled “Efficiency of the Use of International Human Rights Mechanisms in Respect of Belarus”.

27/01/2015 - 16:36

This analytical report is the result of cooperation between the Belarusian human rights organizations: Belarusian Helsinki Committee (RHRPA “BHC”), The Belarusian Association of Journalists (PA “BAJ”), The Assembly Of Pro-Democratic NGOs of Belarus, Legal Transformation Center, Human Rights Center “Viasna”, Committee “Salidarnasc”.

The main objective of this review is to define the medium-term tendencies in the field of human rights, social, political and economic situation in Belarus.

20/01/2015 - 23:23

The Constitutional Court (CC) of the Republic of Belarus considers it to be advisable to publish legislative acts that affect civil rights and liberties, both in Belarusian and Russian.

30/10/2014 - 11:34

Joint report of British and Belarusian human rights activists "Half an Hour to Spring: Addressing Discrimination and Inequality in Belarus", printed in the UK and sent to Belarus by post, was arrested by the customs of Minsk national airport as far back as August 2014.
The shipment was sent to the contraband department for an examination. Custom officers did not inform what this examination would be, but they extended its term a few times.