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About Anastasia Platonova

Anastasia Platonova is a Russian journalist. She graduated from Moscow State University’s school of civic journalism. Her articles have appeared in RIA Novosti, Novaya Gazeta, Colta.ru, Kommersant, and she has worked for the Podsolnukh foundation and Dobro.Mail.Ru project.

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Alex Sakalis, Editor

Alex Sakalis is associate editor of openDemocracy and co-edits the Can Europe Make It? page.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Death by disdain: the fate of drug users in Russian-occupied territories

With replacement therapy now illegal, drug users in Russian-occupied Crimea and the self-proclaimed republics of the Donbas are finding it hard to survive. RU

Not in my classroom: Russia’s refugee children struggle to get to school

Headteachers in Russia’s schools are turning foreign children away — fearing hefty fines and pressure from the migration services. RU

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