(New York) – Afghanistan’s new government should commit to including women on the negotiating team for any future peace talks with the Taliban, Human Rights Watch said today.
A year ago, the daughter of Uzbekistan’s authoritarian president disappeared from public life.
After four years of conflict, the crisis inside Syria not only shows no signs of letting up, but is now expanding into the region as never before.
(Bishkek) – The February 26, 2015 decision by an Almaty appeals court to uphold an order to close a media outlet known for its critical articles weakens media pluralism in Kazakhstan.
Chairman, National People’s Congress
Xi Chang’an Jie
Dear Chairman Zhang,
(New York) − China’s National People’s Congress (NPC) should exercise its constitutional powers and reject policies and legislative measures that contravene domestic and international human rights protections, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter
President Maithripala Sirisena
Dear Mr. President,
(New York) – Sri Lanka’s new government should advance a reform agenda to address past and ongoing human rights problems in the country, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to the newly elected president, Maithripala Sirisena.