Anne Sunder-Plassmann works for the Brussels-based International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) as research and publications consultant. She holds a master’s degree in Eastern European History and Slavonic Studies from Hamburg University. Before joining IPHR in 2014, she was a researcher at Amnesty International’s Secretariat in London. Anne has carried out extensive research in the South Caucasus and Central Asia on topics including torture, persecution of dissidents, human rights violations affecting LGBT people, domestic violence and the death penalty.
Published in: oDR: Analysis'A small ray of hope': an urgent chance to decriminalise homosexuality in Uzbekistan
As long as the country’s Article 120 exists, said one young man, ‘we will live in fear and homophobes will have...