Viasna to present most recent reports on political persecution and prisons in Belarus
As part of the Week against torture, Viasna Human rights center will present three recent reports published by the organization. The presentation will take place on Friday, June 24 at 12:00 noon in Vilnius (IMAGURU, 18 Vytenio str., 5th floor).
The event will feature three publications on politically motivated criminal prosecution, protest-related administrative cases, and detention facilities in Belarus in the years 2020–21.
Viasna human rights will tell about torture and degrading treatment cases recorded all over the country during the last year. In addition, they will share the latest news on the conditions of detention and the condition of the imprisoned Viasna members.
The event is open for all, but in order for us to estimate the number of attendees, please let us know if you are going to attend it through a simple form.
Viasna human rights defenders prepared a report “Criminal prosecution for political reasons. Belarus 2021–2022”, in which they analyzed lawsuits and persecution by the authorities against the country's citizens in the previous year. The report aims to raise awareness of the public, national and international institutions, and state bodies about human rights violations in 2021–2022 in Belarus. This post-electoral period is characterized by severe human rights crisis and total destruction and suppression of civil society.