Reference: Who are political prisoners? 

Recently, many discussions related to the topic that in the Republic of Armenia there should be no political prisoners among the large scope of society are being touched upon. Taking account the above mentioned, a legal information note  by “Protection of Rights without Borders” NGO has been elaborated, indicating in which cases the detained people can […]

Armenia 2017 Human Rughts Report

Armenia’s constitution provides for a republic with an elected head of state and a unicameral legislature, the National Assembly, US State Department reported. According to a constitutional referendum conducted in 2015, the country is on track to transition to a parliamentary republic by the end of the existing presidential term in 2018. The Republican Party of […]

Report un Human Rights violations in Armenia during peaceful assemblies within 13-20 April 2018

The report was elaborated by the “Protection of Right without Borders” NGO. The Report touches upon the gross human rights violations by the Police during the national movement of Armenia within the period of April 13-20 of 2018. The provided information is based on the outcomes of the visits of the Organization’s legal experts, advocates […]

Report on “Behind the wall: The right to fair trial in the cases of “Sasna Tsrer”

The right to fair trial in the cases of “Sasna Tsrer”” elaborated by the Civic Solidarity Platform . The report summarizes the outcomes of the facts finding mission conducted by the Civic Solidarity Platform within the scope of International Partnership for Human Rights. The  NGOs “Protection of Rights without Borders” and “Helsinki Association” supported the […]

Amnesty International Annual report 2017/18

Over the past year, leaders have pushed hate, fought against rights, ignored crimes against humanity, and blithely let inequality and suffering spin out of control. This provoked mass protests, showing that while our challenges may never be greater, the will to fight back is just as strong. Amnesty International’s report, The State of the World’s Human […]

Report “WJP Rule of Law Index 2017–2018”

WASHINGTON, DC (31 January 2018) – The World Justice Project (WJP) today released the 2017-2018 WJP Rule of Law Index® which measures rule of law adherence in 113 countries worldwide based on more than 110,000 household and 3,000 expert surveys. Featuring primary data, the WJP Rule of Law Index measures countries’ rule of law performance across eight factors: Constraints on […]

World Report 2018, Armenia Events of 2017

Parliamentary elections, the first since the 2015 constitutional amendments moving the country from a presidential to a parliamentary system, failed to improve public confidence in the electoral system. The ruling Republican Party dominated the polls amid reports of irregularities. Authorities failed to bring to justice officials responsible for excessive use of force against protesters and […]

Report on “Human rights violations in Armenia during july 17-30 of 2016”

The current report was elaborated with the support of “Open Society Foundations-Armenia” and “National Endowment for Democracy” organizations. The Report was elaborated by the “Protection of Rights without Borders” NGO, “Committee to Protect Freedom of Expression” NGO, Journalists’ “Aspares” Club, “Helsinki Citizens՚ Assembly-Vanadzor Office” NGO. The present Report touches upon the events which took place […]