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Coronavirus in Belarus: Impact on Human Rights. May 2020.In the second report, for May 2020, we describe the practice of combating coronavirus that developed in Belarus during this period.
Coronavirus in Belarus: Impact on Human RightsWe have prepared a report on what practice against coronavirus has developed in Belarus from January to April 2020. Human Constanta also launched covidmonitor.by, which contains information on how authorities in the Republic of Belarus react to the situation with the coronavirus COVID-19.
Human Rights should be respected while implementing the Agreement between the European Union and Belarus on readmissionADC Memorial, Human Constanta and Our House, welcoming the dialogue between the European Union and Belarus in the sphere of migration, are concerned that the newly approved Agreement on readmission gives rise to new risks to Human Rights.
Human Constanta asks not to extradite the man to Turkey where he is under the threat of torturesHuman Constants asks not to extradite the man to Turkey where he is under the threat of tortures
#AgainstVirusForTheRights – performance with Belarusian artistsAt the time of the epidemic, it is especially important to take fundamental human rights seriously. To remind everybody about this, we launched the performance #AgainstVirusForRights with Belarusian artists who designed protective mask in their own way reflecting about human rights.
Report on the situation with transit refugees on the Belarusian-Polish border (January – March 2020)The article describes relevant information on the situation of “transit refugees” on the Belarusian-Polish border for the period from January 1 to March 31, 2020.
Report on the work of the free legal office in MinskIn 2017, Human Constanta opened a free legal office for theprotection of foreign citiziens and stateless persons in Belarus.We consult foreigners who find themselves in complicated situationsrelated to the Belarusian law for free. This report is an overviewof the situation and a description of the legislative and enforcementproblems that we encountered in 2019.
Belarus is going to extradite Jehovah’s Witness to Russia where he is at risk of criminal prosecution of religionRussian member of the religious organisation Jehovah’s Witnesses has already spent 40 days under arrest in Belarus. Belarusian law-enforcement agencies consider extradition to Russia, where the activities of the organisation are declared as extremist. There he is to face trial and confinement for a period up to 15 years.
Trial on the hate crime case – reportA human rights organization monitored court hearings on a hate crime. Recommendations and conclusions are presented in this report.
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