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Международная сеть правозащитных организаций в поддержку призывников, военнослужащих и альтернативнослужащих: действия по обеспечению верховенства права
Узбекистан

ODIHR. Report Expert Meeting on Human Rights Monitoring in the Armed Forces, Warsaw, 4-5 March 2013

The OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (OSCE/ODIHR) hosted the Expert Meeting on Human Rights Monitoring in the Armed Forces on 4 and 5 March 2013. In total, 24 representatives from civil society, military associations, ombuds institutions and academia from across the OSCE region exchanged experiences and good practices in monitoring and protecting the rights of service personnel.
Some of the main issues of concern and challenges identified and discussed were: non-combat deaths, mistreatment and bullying, lack of human rights training for

NGO Guidelines on the Reporting Process of the UN Human Rights Committee

The Centre for Civil and Political Rights has released Guidelines on the Reporting Process to the UN Human Rights Committee in English and French. These Guidelines are intended for Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and give an overview of the Reporting process and the role of the NGOs in this process, including in the follow-up to the Concluding Observations.

Uzbekistan

Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Address: 100, Kh.Abdullayev str., Tashkent, Republic of Uzbekistan, 100000
Phones: +998 (71) 269-8243, +998 (71) 269-8228
1. Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Uzbekistan has been established by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan dated July 3, 1992.
2. Regulations and structure of the Ministry of Defense have been approved by the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan №UP 2719 dated September 29, 2000
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