HRSUHuman Reproductive Sciences Unit (Medical Research Council, UK)
HRSUHuman Rights Society of Uzbekistan
HRSUHumanitarian Reform Support Unit (est. 2006)
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All the human rights defenders mentioned above are members of the Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan (HRSU), FIDH member organisation in Uzbekistan, and have been sentenced under fallacious charges of "extortion", "obstructing the constitutional order" or "religious extremism", a charge particularly common in Uzbekistan where the state fiercely controls the religion.
We thank the staff of the Bruntsfield Suite, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, for assistance with the provision of the clinical specimens; the staff of the BRF of the University of Edinburgh and Medical Research Council for their technical assistance; and the staff of the Histology Department of the MRC HRSU for their technical expertise.
The group Human Rights Watch has recently welcomed the release in Uzbekistan of Yuldash Rasulov, a member of the Human Rights Society of Uzbekistan (HRSU) and a practising Muslim, who had been sentenced to seven years in prison in a "politically motivated" trial last September.