• The Belarusian Helsinki Committee has released the research report 'Non-formal Human Rights Education Provided by the Belarusian Civil Society: Current State, Problems, and Challenges.'

    Conducted from November 2022 to October 2023, the research aims to identify the current state of non-formal human rights education provided by Belarusian CSOs, including key problems and challenges in this sphere as seen by both providers and learners. //
  • Human rights organizations prepared a med-term report on Belarus' implementation of the recommendations of the third cycle of the Universal Periodic Review

    Of the 266 recommendations received by Belarus in the third cycle, 14 were not assessed due to the lack of sufficient information. The analysis showed that of the 252 recommendations evaluated, only 2 are being implemented by the State, 1 is in the process of implementation, 26 are being partially implemented and 223 are not being not implemented. //
  • Statement on the launch of an expert election* observation mission in Belarus on February 25, 2024

    We are announcing the launch of an expert mission, aimed at assessing the compliance of the 2024 election campaign with international standards concerning the conduct of real, free, and democratic elections, and to inform the national and international public about our findings. //
  • Statement of the human rights community on the International Day of Solidarity with Belarus

    We call on international organizations and democratic states to take more effective measures to end impunity. //
  • The analysis of violations by the Republic of Belarus of international human rights obligations and constitutional guarantees in respect of its citizens due to the adoption of Decree No. 278 "On the Procedure for Issuing Documents and Performing Actions"

    It is essential to emphasize that the fulfillment of human rights obligations by host states concerning Belarusian citizens present on their territory and the failure of Belarus to fulfill its obligations are distinct matters. Even if host states can partially mitigate the consequences of the adopted Decree for Belarusians within their jurisdiction, it will not rectify the violations committed by Belarus. //
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