Leyla Yunus – Rasul Jafarov – Intigam Aliyev – Anar Mammadli
Leyla YunusRasul JafarovIntigam AliyevAnar Mammadli: human rights activists jailed in Azerbaijan.

Azerbaijan – and the future of human rights in Europe

Gerald Knaus on how the government of Azerbaijan has captured the Council of Europe. Video: Norwegian Helsinki Committee
Gerald Knaus: The end of shame? Azerbaijan, the Council of Europe and the capture of Europe. Video: Norwegian Helsinki Committee
Azerbaijan's new dissidents
Newsletters on Azerbaijan
Leyla Yunus
Leyla Yunus (Azerbaijan)
Andrei Sakharov
Andrei Sakharov (Soviet Union)
Dramatic debates: How PACE lost its soul
Recent events and articles
Council of Europe. Photo: Alban Bodineau / Council of Europe
Council of Europe. Photo: Alban Bodineau / Council of Europe
Human Rights Commissioner Nils Muiznieks, Berit Lindeman (Norwegian Helsinki Committee), PACE Member Pieter Omzigt, Dinara Yunus, Alexandra Stiglmayer
Side event on Azerbaijan at PACE in April 2015
The Passion Project
Caviar diplomacy. Photo: flickr/Cavin
Caviar Diplomacy. Photo: flickr/Cavin
Saman Sardar, Alexandra and Nataliya Novakova. Photo: ESI
Saman Sardar, Alexandra and Nataliya Novakova. Photo: ESI

Since January 2015, ESI and the School of Public Policy of the Central European University have been working together on a Passion Project focusing on Azerbaijan. The CEU School of Public Policy organises such Passion Projects between students on a two-year programme for a Master of Public Administration and NGOs, government organisations and policy-oriented companies. This provides the students with a real-life learning experience and is part of their curriculum.

Dissidents and donkeys
Generation Facebook. Photo: OL!
Generation Facebook. Photo: OL!
"Eşşekle (Esel Heinz) müsahibe" – Donkey satire in Azerbaijan. Photo: OL!

The Russian perspective

The country the Aliyevs built

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