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Workers’ strikes have become ever more frequent in Kazakh enterprises

21 July 2013

Poor working conditions, low salaries, a lack of protection by the law – these and other reasons have prompted industrial workers in Kazakhstan to hold protest rallies in order to defend their rights

Ghosts of transition

18 July 2013

An interview with by Evgeniy Zhovtis

Speech delivered by Yevgeniy Zhovtis «U.S. Engagement in Central Asia after 2014» Session: U.S. Interests and Threats to U.S. Interests

18 July 2013

Speech delivered by Yevgeniy Zhovtis, Chairman of the Board of the Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and Rule of Law
at the conference«U.S. Engagement in Central Asia after 2014»
Session: U.S. Interests and Threats to U.S. Interests

Deportation of Kazakh mother and child shakes Italy

15 July 2013

She was hastily deported to Kazakhstan. Rome’s readiness to hand over the wife of a political refugee has raised questions about commercial links between Italian elite and resource-rich Kazakhstan, frequently criticised for its human rights record.

Deportation of Kazakh mother and child shakes Italy

15 July 2013

She was hastily deported to Kazakhstan. Rome’s readiness to hand over the wife of a political refugee has raised questions about commercial links between Italian elite and resource-rich Kazakhstan, frequently criticised for its human rights record.

Lukpan Akhmedyarov’s case: perpetrators of the assassination attempt against the journalist have been convicted

11 July 2013

The perpetrators of the assassination attempt against Lukpan Akhmedyarov have been sentenced to long prison terms. However, the true architects of the assassination attempt have not yet been determined

Observation mission members write to OSCE

10 July 2013

On July 1st 2013, members of the parliamentary observation mission to Kazakhstan organised by the Open Dialogue Foundation submitted their letter to President of the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Wolfgang Grossruk.

Happy Birthday, Mr Dictator!

8 July 2013

On 6 July, 2013, on the initiative of the Open Dialogue Foundation, an unusual event associated with the defence of human rights and freedom of speech in Kazakhstan was held.

The hearing of the Supreme Court on the case of Vladimir Kozlov has been postponed again

7 July 2013

Preliminary consideration of Vladimir Kozlov’s supervisory complaint, which had been scheduled for the 1 July, 2013, didn’t take place. For the second time, the Supreme Court adjourned proceedings.

Happy Birthday, Mr Dictator!

5 July 2013

On 6 July, 2013, on the initiative of the Open Dialogue Foundation, an unusual event associated with the defence of human rights and freedom of speech in Kazakhstan was held.

Kazakh authorities demand the extradition of Alexandr Pavlov

4 July 2013

Kazakh authorities are trying to extradite Mukhtar Ablyazov’s former bodyguard Alexandr Pavlov. In view of the vague nature of the charges, the Open Dialogue Foundation calls upon the authorities of the Kingdom of Spain to prevent the extradition of A. Pavlov to Kazakhstan

Vadim Kuramshin laureate of the Ludovic-Trarieux Prize

3 July 2013

Kazakhstan human rights activist Vadim Kuramshin has been awarded the international Ludovic-Trarieux Prize of 2013. The prize is awarded annually to civil activists and advocates involved in human rights defence.

Members of Polish Parliament to observe trial of the Kazakh opposition’s leader

27 June 2013

The retrial of the political prisoner, Vladimir Kozlov, before the Supreme Court of Kazakhstan will be held on Monday, 1 July at 9:30 a.m.
Four Polish MPs, namely: Marcin Święcicki, Tomasz Makowski, Piotr Cieśliński and Adam Rybakowicz are travelling to Astana with the observation mission.

Vladimir Kozlov’s case: the date of preliminatory review of the supervisory appeal has been publicised

23 June 2013

01.07.2013 the Supreme Court of the Republic of Kazakhstan is to hold a preliminary review of the supervisory appeal in the case of the opposition politician Vladimir Kozlov

Polish prosecutors: allegations against Muratbek Ketebayev likely to be politically motivated

18 June 2013

Following an interrogation in the prosecutor’s office, the Kazakh opposition politician Muratbek Ketebayev has been released from police custody. The District Prosecutor’s Office in Lublin found no grounds under which the arrest could be warranted

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