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Putin gets rid of his critic

2024-02-28T17:22:49+01:00

Oleg Orlov, co-founder of the human rights organization Memorial, which is now banned in Russia, was sentenced yesterday to two years and six months in prison for discrediting the army. The ISHR fears for the lives of numerous dissidents in Russia after the death of Alexei Navalny. Image source (Karinna Moskalenko): Wikipedia Russia: Putin continues to get rid of his critics – well-known civil rights activist sentenced to

Putin gets rid of his critic2024-02-28T17:22:49+01:00

“Ukraine is fighting for us. We must never forget that.” – Cafe Kyiv 2024

2024-02-27T11:35:40+01:00

The major event Cafe Kyiv took place in Berlin on February 19th. The program included numerous Ukrainian and international non-governmental organizations, interesting workshops, serious discussions, exhibitions, installations, Ukrainian cuisine and the screening of the recently released documentary film by Ukrainian director Mstyslav Chernov “20 Days in Mariupol”. Around 5,000 visitors came that day. The crowds were so great that many had to wait in line for up to an hour

“Ukraine is fighting for us. We must never forget that.” – Cafe Kyiv 20242024-02-27T11:35:40+01:00

IGFM: Sincere condolences for Alexei Navalny. State murder machinery

2024-02-17T09:48:50+01:00

The IGFM is shocked by the death of Alexei Navalny and expresses its sincere condolences. The death of the Kremlin critic makes it clear how dangerous today's Russia is for opposition activists and journalists, but also for its neighbours. Frankfurt am Main, 16 February 2024 - The International Society for Human Rights (ISHR) was deeply shocked to learn today of the death of Alexei Anatolyevich Navalny. "We hereby express our

IGFM: Sincere condolences for Alexei Navalny. State murder machinery2024-02-17T09:48:50+01:00

Alexei Navalny died

2024-02-16T12:41:34+01:00

Alexei Navalny died in the colony, reports the UFSIN YNAO. Official. Navalny died in the correctional colony "Polar Wolf" in the settlement of Kharp, - UFSIN "Convict Navalny A.A. after a walk felt bad, almost immediately losing consciousness.Immediately arrived medical staff of the institution, an ambulance crew was called. All necessary resuscitation measures were carried out, which did not yield positive results. The doctors of the ambulance stated the death

Alexei Navalny died2024-02-16T12:41:34+01:00

Putin signs law enabling asset seizure for convictions related to desertion, genocide, and ‘fake news’ about army

2024-02-15T11:34:00+01:00

On Wednesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law amending provisions on property confiscation in Russia’s Criminal Code. The amendments allow for money, valuables, or other property obtained in the commission of crimes such as spreading “fake news” about the Russian army (Article 207.3 of the Criminal Code) or publicly calling for actions against the security of the state (Article 280.4 of the Criminal Code) to be confiscated into state

Putin signs law enabling asset seizure for convictions related to desertion, genocide, and ‘fake news’ about army2024-02-15T11:34:00+01:00

Cafe Kyiv 2024. The Future of Ukraine in Europe

2024-02-07T08:39:23+01:00

The Ukrainian freedom movements have emphatically declared that Ukraine's future lies in Europe. In line with this vision, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is set to host another edition of "Cafe Kyiv" on 19 February 2024, themed "The Future of Ukraine in Europe". Building on the success of last year's event, this edition will blend art, history, film screenings, along with culinary and creative elements. Our commitment remains unchanged: We continue to stand

Cafe Kyiv 2024. The Future of Ukraine in Europe2024-02-07T08:39:23+01:00

The human rights situation in Moldova is far from ideal

2024-02-06T10:25:52+01:00

Despite the pro-European image of the current Moldovan authorities, unfortunately, the human rights situation in the country is becoming more and more depressing Moment of detention of Moldovan Prosecutor General Alexandru Stoianoglo In the chaos of apparatus and electoral battles, the human rights sphere is attracting more and more public interest. It is this area, which permeates socio-political relations in the country, that feels all the "charms" of

The human rights situation in Moldova is far from ideal2024-02-06T10:25:52+01:00

Lukashenko on the road to totalitarianism: what can stop him?

2024-02-06T08:58:14+01:00

Over the past year, the development of Alexander Lukashenko's authoritarian regime has accelerated towards totalitarianism. Lukashenko preaches unity, but continues to divide his country / Foto © president.gov.by The government sees no reason to stop this development and is encroaching on all possible areas, including people's private lives, their employment, their travel abroad, their education or their historical memory. The Belarusian political scientist Artyom Shraibman analyses how the

Lukashenko on the road to totalitarianism: what can stop him?2024-02-06T08:58:14+01:00

Stanislav Asseyev lived through the hell of a Russian torture prison in Donetsk

2024-02-02T11:37:45+01:00

Stanislav Asseyev was able to report from the areas occupied by separatists and Russian secret service forces in eastern Ukraine for two years. Ein erschütterndes Protokoll des Ausgeliefertseins und der Demütigung: Stanislaw Assejew. In 2017, he was abducted, imprisoned and tortured. He wrote a harrowing report about this time. His articles from the Donbass were cult. Stanislav Asseyev's writing was concise and clear, his tone young and fresh,

Stanislav Asseyev lived through the hell of a Russian torture prison in Donetsk2024-02-02T11:37:45+01:00

Mass searches and detention of more than 80 people in one day in Belarus

2024-01-31T17:11:25+01:00

On 23 January, according to the Human Rights Centre "Viasna", 84 people were detained in Belarus for "participation in an extremist formation" and "financing of extremist activities". Foto: Stringer / EPA-EFE The detainees included relatives of political prisoners and former political prisoners. At the same time, the local authorities recognised as extremist the INeedHelpBy initiative, which helps pay for groceries for the families of repressed people and compatriots

Mass searches and detention of more than 80 people in one day in Belarus2024-01-31T17:11:25+01:00
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