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Reform in Turkmenistan: A Convenient Façade
The report of "Crude Accountability"
Crude Accountability announces the release of our new report, Reform in Turkmenistan: A Convenient Façade, An Analysis of President Berdymukhammedovs First Four Years in Power. The report includes groundbreaking research into Berdymukhammedovs regime and the reaction of the west to his claims of reform. It also documents the continued repression of human rights defenders, environmental activists and other members of civil society.

Turkmenistan: Arrests on Eve of EU Parliament Visit
Detentions Underscore Unrelenting Repression, Need for Robust EU Response
(New York, April 27, 2011) Turkmen authorities have detained at least four people since early March, 2011, on what appear to be politically motivated grounds, Human Rights Watch said today. The arrests took place in advance of a key visit by the European Parliament, beginning on April 27, 2011, to assess the human rights situation in the country.

Briefing Note for the European Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee and Central Asia Delegation on T
Turkmenistan remains one of the most repressive countries in the world. Its record in the five areas of concern identified by the European Parliament releasing political prisoners; lifting informal travel bans on activists and their relatives; allowing independent human rights monitors into the country; instituting further civil liberties, including for non-governmental organizations; and implementing reforms at all levels and in all areas of administration remains completely unsatisfactory.

TURKMENISTAN : Dashoguz Womens Prison Colony
New report from the NHC
The report "Turkmenistan: Dashoguz Womens Prison Colony" gives a unique look into the everyday life in the womens prison colony in the city of Dashoguz, in the very North of Turkmenistan.

Concerns Regarding Case of Pastor Ilmurad Nurliev
Dear Mr. President, Please accept my greetings on behalf of Human Rights Watch.I am writing to express Human Rights Watchs profound concerns regarding last years conviction of Pastor Ilmurad Nurliev on charges of swindling. We have closely examined this case and believe there are serious issues regarding his prosecution and trial that warrant your government conducting an independent and impartial inquiry into possible violations of his basic rights.

Turkmenistan clamps down on mobile and internet users
Press Release
Amnesty International is calling on the Turkmenistani authorities to immediately lift the suspension of the operation of the countrys largest mobile phone service provider until arrangements can be made to provide an alternative service enabling them to access independent news sites.

Did gas company buy luxury yacht for Turkmen dictator?
For immediate release: 14 December 2010
Allegation underlines the need for a global standard of open bidding for energy rights

Central Asian Human Rights Defenders Continue to Face Serious Challenges
Human Rights Day
Brussels, 10 December 2010. Today is Human Rights Day, which this year is celebrated with the particular aim of recognizing and acclaiming the achievements of the world?s human rights defenders, many of whom work at great personal risk. The International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) would like to use this occasion to highlight the situation of human rights defenders in Central Asia, who face many and serious challenges in their work.

Parallel OSCE Civil Society Conference
We, civil society representatives from across the OSCE region, have come together at the Parallel OSCE Civil Society Conference in Astana, Kazakhstan, on November 28-29, to reaffirm our strong belief in and commitment to the Helsinki Process, and our determination to contribute towards fully realizing the respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms, democracy and the rule of law that are at the core of the OSCEs comprehensive concept of security.

On protecting the life of Farid Tukhbatullin, human rights activist and citizen of Russia from the T
Open Appeal of the International Socio-Ecological Union
The International Socio-Ecological Union expresses its grave concern about the recent threats made against one of our members, Farid Tukhbatullin. At the beginning of October, the well-known Turkmen human rights activist received several confirmed signals that the security police of Turkmenistan were planning to quietly do away with him. This coincided with the statement from Turkmenistan's President Berdymukhammedov that the security police should strengthen its battle with slanderers, who are outside the countrys borders, which was published on September 30, 2010.
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