The 2012 Annual Report on
Tajikistan is now live »
To mark World Human Rights Day, Amnesty International spoke to threewomen who put their lives on the line in defence of human rights.
Tajikistan: Remove barriers to girls' education in Tajikistan (bilingual postcard)
Document EUR 60/005/2009
Violence in the family is widespread in Tajikistan. This report reveals that women's rights are severely restricted in Tajikistan. The growing practice of unregistered ...
Report EUR 60/001/2009
A new Amnesty International report urges the authorities to properly prosecute violence against women and not to dismiss it as a 'private family matter'.
Violence in the family is widespread in Tajikistan. One third to one half of women have regularly been subjected to physical, psychological or sexual violence at ...
Document EUR 60/002/2009
1) Worldwide Appeals: DRC: Tortured in detention; Paraguay: Yakye Axa and Sawhoyamaxa Indigenous communities; Iraq: Detained without trial for nine years; Nepal ...
Document NWS 21/005/2009
This bulletin contains information about Amnesty International's main concerns in Europe and Central Asia between July and December 2007. Not every country in the ...
Report EUR 01/001/2008
Amnesty International remains concerned that despite professed efforts by the governments in Central Asia to fulfil their human rights obligations and actual ...
Report EUR 04/001/2008
Amnesty International is concerned that despite professed efforts by the governments in Central Asia to fulfil their human rights obligations and actual efforts ...
Report EUR 04/001/2007