Uzbekistan: Authoritarian measures against women's NGOs
Sweeping and stringent measures introduced recently by Uzbekistan’s authoritarian government threaten, among other basic rights, the existence of the country’s independent progressive women’s non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
Submitted on Sun, 07/25/2004 - 23:00
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