Igor Gukovsky is a campaigner with the Memorial Human Rights Centre, where he works on its programme supporting individuals prosecuted for political reasons and protecting civil society activists in Russia.
A helping hand at Russia’s protests
Volunteer Elizaveta Nesterova talks about helping people arrested at rallies, relations with activists and Russia’s...
State, society and the individual in the Russian courtroom
One of Russia’s leading human rights lawyers discusses competing realities inside and outside the courtroom. RU
Rostov’s Red Army Faction
Combating terrorism is one of the main responsibilities of a modern state, but in non-democratic states it can take...
Making them pay for Maidan
You can't understand the Kremlin's agenda without examining the situation of political prisoners — and Ukrainian...