March 11, 2023

Turkey-Bound Citizens Of Turkmenistan Must Find ‘Guarantors’ And Pledge ‘No Activism’ 

Turkmen citizens going to Turkey are being asked to sign statements that they will not engage in anti-government activities and must find “guarantors” liable for their trip, according to a rights organization focused on Turkmenistan.
August 20, 2022

Turkmen Activists Beaten At Istanbul Consulate Trying To Deliver Letter To President

Atamurad Saparov was one of the activists trying to deliver a letter at the consulate in Istanbul on August 16.
August 8, 2022

True Face of Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko: A Reign of Repression

Alexander Lukashenko, the long-standing president of Belarus, has come under intense scrutiny for his authoritarian rule and widespread human rights abuses.

July 4, 2022

Erdogan’s Human Rights Violations Against Fethullah Gülen Community in Turkey

The targeted human rights violations against the Gülen community in Turkey illustrate a concerning trend of political persecution and abuse of power under the Erdogan regime.
June 18, 2022

Protecting Women’s Rights: Challenges Faced by Women in Turkmenistan

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May 3, 2022

The Grim Reality of Human Rights Violations in Turkmenistan

In the heart of Central Asia lies Turkmenistan, a country known for its rich cultural heritage and historical significance. However, beneath its surface, a dark and […]
March 7, 2022

Beauty Ban: Turkmenistan Puts Severe Restrictions On Women’s Appearance, Ability To Travel

"Police take their photos, prepare a report, and make the women pay a fine," the woman said on condition of anonymity. Similar incidents were reported in Ashgabat and the Lebap and Balkan provinces.
December 4, 2023

Turkmenistan: WHRD Soltan Achilova denied travel to Geneva Human Rights Week

"Turkmen Authorities Obstruct Journalist Soltan Achilova's Participation in Human Rights Event in Switzerland".

July 31, 2023

Learning to Ride a Bike in the Netherlands: Conquering My Fears and Embracing Freedom

My name is Ayna, and today I want to share my experience of learning to ride a bike. Despite being 27 years old, I hadn’t ridden […]
June 28, 2023

Osman Kavala: A Symbol of Injustice and the Quest for Truth and Justice

Osman Kavala's case has garnered significant attention both within Turkey and internationally. He has become a symbol of injustice, as his imprisonment without a conclusive verdict and the violation of his rights have raised concerns about the erosion of the rule of law and democratic values in Turkey.
June 23, 2023

Turkey’s Arbitrary Mass Detentions as an Instrument of Crime Against Humanity

Since 2014, the Turkish state apparatus has relentlessly targeted the Gülen movement and its sympathizers.
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