On March 19, 2018, the presentation of the Report “Behind the Glass Wall - the Right to a Fair Trial in the Sasna Tsrer Cases” of the fact-finding mission to Armenia of the Civic Solidarity Platform (www.civicsolidarity.org) was held at the "Nairi" Hall of "Ani Plaza" Hotel.
The report summarizes the results of the fact-finding mission organized by the International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR, www.iphronline.org) within the framework of the Civic Solidarity Platform. The full text of the report is available at https://goo.gl/2d6yyi.
Joana Smętek, Research Coordinator of the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights (HFHR), Warsaw, Poland, presented the report.
Representatives of foreign diplomatic missions in Armenia, international structures and human rights organizations, as well as lawyers, journalists and activists were present in the event.
The mission took place in September 3-9,2017, in Yerevan, aimed at establishing facts on obstacles faced by defence lawyers involved in the trials of “Sasna Tsrer” cases. The mission delegates conducted 33 interviews with 45 advocates, activists, journalists, as well as representativesof human rights NGOs, the Chamber of Advocates and the Armenian authorities.
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