Fighting impunity in Moldova and Transnistria
Moldova's human rights defenders are upping their game. But there's more that unites Transnistria, an unrecognised...
Azerbaijan’s unlucky lawyers
Baku-based lawyer Samed Rahimli discusses new changes in Azerbaijan that are set to make life (even more) difficult...
Andrei Sabinin: “You have to immerse yourself in the lives of strangers”
Andrei Sabinin, a veteran human rights lawyer, explains how the Russian state reacts to civic activism — and why...
Eastern Ukraine: “We need new ways of organising”
Amid military conflict and industrial collapse in eastern Ukraine, activists are feeling their way towards new...
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
“It’s a deeply personal matter”: An interview with Vadim Prokhorov, Boris Nemtsov’s lawyer
For Vadim Prokhorov, lawyer for murdered Russian opposition figure Boris Nemtsov, finding justice is more than a...