Amnesty International takes no position on issues of sovereignty or territorial disputes. Borders on this map are based on UN Geospatial data.
View other countries in


Violations of international humanitarian law continued to be reported and there was no notable progress investigating alleged war crimes committed during the 2020 Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Freedom of expression, assembly and association remained severely restricted as authorities carried out arbitrary arrests and politically motivated prosecutions of civil society activists, crushed peaceful protests and hindered the work of independent organizations and media outlets. Women and girls continued to face discrimination.

Read More

Death Penalty status

Abolitionist for all crimes

Does not use the death penalty

View the Amnesty International Report 2022/23


Urgent Actions

Campaign tools you can use to urgently intervene and protect people's human rights.


Reports, briefings, statements, submissions and other resources from Amnesty's researchers.

Media Enquiries

[email protected]

Amnesty International Secretariat Office

View all contact info