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The Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and the Rule of Law (KIBHR) is the leading human rights organization in Kazakhstan. It was established in 1993 and focuses on the protection of fundamental human rights, including freedom from torture and ill-treatment. With 10 regional branches all over the country, KIBHR promotes the protection of civil and political rights and contributes to democratic development, rule of law, and civil society building through education, data collection, analysis, and advocacy work.
The KIBHR is one of the initiators and leaders of the Kazakhstan NGOs’ Coalition against Torture. The organization has a network of monitors, including detention monitors in 12 out of Kazakhstan’s 16 regions.
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Kazakhstan: The police tortures protesters without consequences
Kazakhstan: Fаcing the facts or avoiding the truth?