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Report Data - Kyrgyzstan - 2014

Official Data

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2014 Not available Not available Not available
NGO reports 
Organization Report 

Labrys Kyrgyzstan, Transgender Europe and Kyrgyz Indigo reported a physical assault against a transgender woman carried out by a group, which was filmed and posted on the Internet. Kyrgyz Indigo reported a further five physical assaults, four of which were carried out by groups, one of which was also filmed and posted on the Internet. In one incident, a gay man was taken hostage for over a week, during which he was severely beaten, stabbed, burned with cigarettes and left in a park. He fell into a coma as a result. Victims included a transgender woman and several gay men.

Kyrgyz Indigo reported a further series of threats against LGBT people, including threats of extortion and blackmail. Transgender Europe reported two physical assaults, including one causing serious injuries, and six incidents of harassment and threats against transgender people, as well as a sexual assault against a transgender woman.

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Organization Report 

The Euro-Asian Jewish Congress (EAJC) reported one incident of graffiti, in which a swastika was painted on the door of a Jewish cultural society.

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ODIHR Recommendations 

ODIHR observes that Kyrgyzstan has not reported reliable statistics on hate crimes to ODIHR.

Overview of incidents reported by civil society groups and organizations 
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