What can be photographed in Belarus?
Tuesday, 24 March 2015 09:58

The Ministry of the Internal Affairs of Belarus suddenly got interested in amateur photographers. Thus, according to the order of the Deputy Minister Myalnichenka of 25/02/2015, police officers have been ordered to pay special attention to anyone who takes pictures of the official buildings. Then each such person should be detained and taken to the police station where the equipment will be checked. Within 3 hours the information about the "incident" should be transmitted directly to the management.

Občanské Bělorusko hledá koordinátora / koordinátorku lidskoprávních projektů
Tuesday, 17 March 2015 13:16
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Do našeho týmu hledáme novou posilu - koordinátora nebo koordinátorku lidskoprávních projektů. Jedná se o velmi zajímavou a smysluplnou práci na plný úvazek s nástupem od července 2015. Více informací se dozvíte v přiloženém souboru.

Will small business owners remain in Belarus?
Thursday, 05 March 2015 12:01

Starting from March 1st, 2015 Belarusian small business owners can cease to exist as a social class. The reason for this is the famous Presidential Decree №222, which was adopted a year ago. According to the decree, entrepreneurs must have a set of documents and certificates for every product, which is imported from abroad. This rule is regarded by the entrepreneurs as the actual elimination of small businesses.

Analytical review of the human rights situation in Belarus. October-December 2014
Wednesday, 25 February 2015 11:21

Analytical review of the human rights situation in Belarus. October-December 2014 has been published recently. If you want to know more about human rights situation in Belarus at the end of 2014 read this text.

The Belarusian Orthodox Church has decided against its independence?
Friday, 30 January 2015 14:37

The Head of the Belarusian Exarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church, Metropolitan Pavel, has abandoned the policy of self-government of the Exarchate. It took the Metropolitan exactly a month to declare and then withdraw his own initiative. According to him, now the question of the independence of the Belarusian Orthodoxy will not be relevant for at least another 50 years.

Belarusian Court refuses to admit homophobia
Thursday, 15 January 2015 21:24

For at least a few months a court proceeding regarding the beating of a homosexual Michail Pischevsky was discussed in Belarus (October 2014 - January 2015). In May 2014, a 31-year-old Michail Pischevsky was severely beaten after a dispute at the exit from a gay party in Minsk. As a result of the beatings, 20% of brain tissue was removed, Pischevsky spent a month in a coma and today his state can be considered vegetative.


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