Coalition pour Mutabar Tadjibayeva: Jalousie, cyberbullying, corrruption, blanchiment d’argent…
Uzbekistan must start genuine cooperation with the UN
Uzbekistan must start genuine cooperation with the UN
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Expressions of Gratitude to Mary Lawlor

Mutabar Tadjibayeva: Uzbekistan has to say “NO” to fakes and lies of HRW

Hugh Williamson, Abdulaziz Komilov and Steve Swerdlow


April 30, 2019, Paris, France

To the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan


Mr. Shavkat Miromonovich,

I, Mutabar Tadjibayeva, a human rights activist and former political prisoner of Uzbekistan, urge you to freeze consideration of the issue of accreditation in the country of the representation of the human rights organization Human Rights Watch and its representative in Central Asia, Steve Swerdlow.

This question should be deferred until the Human Rights Watch does not conduct an internal investigation regarding the employees responsible for Uzbekistan, and takes appropriate measures against them and does not bring a public apology to the people of Uzbekistan.

Amnesty International leaders offer to resign over bullying culture

Letter from seven staff admits mistakes after report warns of ‘toxic’ work environment
Rebecca Ratcliffe

Amnesty International’s seven-member senior leadership team has offered to resign after a damning report warned of a “toxic” working environment and widespread bullying.

The Guardian: Amnesty ‘failed to support and value’ Paris worker who killed himself

Independent inquiry finds serious failure of management over Gaëtan Mootoo, who felt ‘abandoned’ by the organisation

 Gaëtan Mootoo, west Africa researcher for Amnesty International, who killed himself in May 2018. Photograph: Courtesy of Minisma

Amnesty International failed to support a researcher who killed himself in his Paris office after feeling “abandoned and neglected” by the organisation, according to an investigation.

The independent inquiry commissioned by Amnesty into the death of Gaëtan Mootoo concluded that multiple failings to support the employee of three decades amounted to “a serious failure of management”.

The Guardian – Amnesty International has toxic working culture, report finds

Bullying, public humiliation and discrimination threaten rights group’s credibility

Amnesty International’s banner over the Thames, opposite the US embassy in London, against Donald Trump’s visit last July. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Getty Images

Amnesty International has a “toxic” working environment, with widespread bullying, public humiliation, discrimination and other abuses of power, a report has found.

review into workplace culture, commissioned after two staff members killed themselves last year, found a dangerous “us versus them” dynamic, and a severe lack of trust in senior management, which threatened Amnesty’s credibility as a human rights champion.

As the President of Uzbekistan prepares for his official visit to France, Europeans must call upon the country to investigate forced disappearances

FIDH and its member organisation “Club des Coeurs ardents”

Joint press release

© AFP Images

Paris, August 30, 2018: On this year’s International Day of Victims of Enforced Disappearances, FIDH and its member organization, the “Fiery Hearts Club,” as well as the Coordination Board of the civil society group “Uzbekistan Alternative,” call on the international community to demand that the Uzbek authorities conduct comprehensive, objective, and transparent investigations into the cases of enforced disappearances in the country.

As the President of Uzbekistan’s visit to France approaches – it will be Shavkat Mirziyoyev’s first visit to an EU country since he came to power two years ago – our organizations are calling on French officials to give due attention to the issue of forced disappearances during their discussions with Uzbekistan.

PRESS RELEASES: UN Rights Committee Finds Turkmenistan Responsible for Torture and Death of a Journalist

Ogulsapar Muradova

August 2, 2018

NEW YORK — In a grim indictment of Turkmenistan’s notoriously dire human rights record, the United Nations Human Rights Committee has found the government there responsible for the torture and death in custody after an unfair trial of Ogulsapar Muradova, a journalist and human rights activist who died in prison in September 2006.

Coalition pour Mutabar Tadjibayeva: Jalousie, cyberbullying, corrruption, blanchiment d’argent…


Mutabar Tadjibayeva est une journaliste indépendante, écrivaine, militante des droits de l’homme, fondatrice et responsable de l’Association Internationale des Droits de l’homme «Club des Cœurs Ardents».

ANDIJAN 13 – WIKILEAKS: Tadjibayeva trail opens with charges of U.S. and French support! (01.02.2006)

IHRF “Mutabar Tadjibayeva”: We support the position of Nigel Farage against Corruption!

Dear Mr. Nigel Farage,

Warmest greetings from  the team of women and founders of the International Human Rights Foundation “Mutabar Tadjibayeva”, one of the main activities of which is the fight against corruption and terrorism.

Open Society Foundations are colluding with MEPs

George Soros has spent countless billions on 'Open Society Foundations' to undermine national borders and the nation state across the EU. It could be the biggest level of international political collusion in history.

Gepostet von Nigel Farage am Dienstag, 14. November 2017

We highly appreciated your speech in the European Parliament delivered by you in November 2017. In it, you rightly criticized the activities of the Soros Foundation and their trusted organizations and shared this opinion that these structures are mired in corruption.

We fully share your position and positively agree with all arguments that you mentioned during your appeal to colleagues.

Appeal to Ms. Federica Mogerini, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the European Union with a request to support the company against corruption and terrorism

Dear Mrs. Minister!

With this statement, we announce the establishment of the International Human Rights Foundation “Mutabar Tadjibayeva” to combat organized crime against humanity (hereinafter referred to as IHRF “Mutabar Tadjibayeva”).

It was very important for us to announce the creation of the IHRF “Mutabar Tadjibayeva”, on November 25, as this day is connected with a significant event, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women (International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women) (Resolution 54/134).

The founders of the IHRF “Mutabar Tadjibayeva” are women-activists of civil society, human rights activists, lawyers, journalists and representatives of other public organizations that were victims of political repression, torture and later became victims of organized criminal groups (OCG), which are guarded and sponsored by representatives of some International Human Rights Organizations and Funds with famous names and journalists of some International media.