Публикация находится в разделе: openGlobalRights-openpageLong before “internationalization”: Human Rights Watch and local collaborations in Russia
Despite a hostile climate and many different challenges, the collaborations of Human Rights Watch with local Russian...
From the Ukrainian frontline: despatch 28 May 2014
Central and western Ukraine may have elected a president, but the southeast of the country is a war zone, in all but name.
Russia's 2013: the year in human rights
The amnesty, presidential pardon and resulting ‘celebrity releases’ might understandably overshadow the rest of...
‘NGO’ has become a dirty word in Russia. The organisations most committed to helping Russia develop a meaningful...
Russian rights at the crossroads
Anna Sevortian and Tanya Lokshina of Human Rights Watch present a new week-long series on openDemocracy Russia
Natalya Estemirova – murdered, not forgotten
Three years ago the indomitable Natalya Estemirova was murdered in Chechnya. Her killers remain at large, and...