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Criminal prosecution of Ukrainian citizens for political reasons in Russia and occupied Crimea
Russian military aggression against Ukraine is accompanied by a large-scale oppression of Ukrainian citizens. More than 60 people have been subjected to criminal prosecution for political reasons. Of these, 45 persons are being held in detention.
About the need for urgent reaction of the European Union to the organised attack against attorneys and people who support political prisoners in occupied Crimea
Searches and arrests, enforced disappearances and beatings, censorship and bans on protests have become an everyday reality in Crimea. Currently, at least 39 people are being held in detention on trumped-up charges.
Open Dialog Foundation and Destination Justice wish to raise awareness of the practice of persecuting independent advocates currently in place in the Republic of Moldova
15 December 2016EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Federica MogheriniEuropean Neighbourhood Policy & Enlargement NegotiationsJohannes HahnThe President of the European Commission Jean-Claude JunckerEuropean Parliament President Martin SchulzPACE President Pedro...
‘Wprost’ publishes a Correction Notice regarding the violation of personal rights of the Open Dialog Foundation
On 6 October, 2016, the Open Dialog Foundation concluded an Amicable Settlement with the publisher, the then editor-in-chief and one of the authors of the article entitled ‘ entitled ‘Lobbyści Oligarchy’, published in the weekly ‘Wprost’ in February 2014.
The UN Human Rights Committee raises serious concerns about the full implementation of freedom of expression and political participation in Kazakhstan
Geneva 23 June 2016 - On 22 and 23 June 2016 the UNHRC - the body that monitors the implementation of the rights enshrined in the ICCPR - reviewed for the second time since Kazakhstan is a party to the ICCPR the status of civil and political rights in the country.
The Open Dialog Foundation and Destination Justice bring international attention to violations of freedom of expression in Kazakhstan
On 22-23 June 2016, the UN Human Rights Committee will consider the implementation of Kazakhstan's obligations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).
The Open Dialog Foundation’s position as regards the anonymous study entitled ‘8 things you should know about the Open Dialog Foundation’
In view of the scale of its operations and the significant and growing number of incidents of so-called hate speech, the ODF is not able to comment on an ongoing basis on all allegations directed at it, in particular, criticism which is loosely based on fact, as expressed by anonymous authors.