Between 24th and 27th July, the Open Dialog Foundation organised its second observation mission concerning the abducted officer of the Ukrainian army Nadiya Savchenko.
- Arbitrary detentions
- Mass detentions
- Freedom of speech
- Civil liberties
- Freedom of assembly
- Freedom of association
- Freedom of religion
- Rule of law
- Hate speech and hate crimes
- Prisoners' rights
- Political prisoners
- Political refugees
- Expulsions and entry bans
- Fair trial
- Political persecution
- Death penalty
- Punitive psychiatry
- Schengen Information System
- COVID-19 pandemic
- Rights of soldiers and veterans
- Humanitarian aid
- International law
- Magnitsky Act
- Attacks on activists
- Selective justice
- Judiciary independence
- Persecution of lawyers
- Polish-Ukrainian relations
- Law enforcement and security
- Enforced disappearances
- War crimes
- transnational repression
Petro Okhotin: Nadia Savchenko remains in custody
The representative of the Open Dialogue Foundation Petro Okhotin, who has currently been staying in Voronezh to observe the trial of an Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko, made a comment on her case at Hromadske TV.
ODF expert: Economic sanctions imposed on Russia are already working
On the BTB channel, in the show called “Interes narodowy” (National Interest) ODF’s expert Viktor Maziarchiuk talked about the state of the Ukrainian economy and the ramifications of sanctions placed on Russia.
France is deaf to critical voices
After the MH17 plane crash, France faced severe criticism from the West.
Urgent: Briginets arrested in Belarus
Ukrainian MP, Aleksandr Briginets has been arrested at the airport in Minsk. Now he remains in custody in the airport’s transit zone.
IAR: Russia: Polish MPs not allowed to visit the Ukrainian pilot
Radio News Agency informs that the Russian authorities did not allow Polish MPs and representatives of the Open Dialog Foundation to visit the Ukrainian lieutenant Nadiya Savchenko, who is being detained in the Russian prison of Voronezh.
Abducted pilot talks about her kidnapping and hunger strike
Yesterday (16 July, 2014) the consul of Ukraine in the Russian Federation received permission to visit Lieutenant Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian army pilot arrested by pro-Russian terrorists in Ukraine and taken to Russia.
MPs and human rights advocates banned from visiting Lieutenant Nadiya Savchenko in prison
Polish and Ukrainian MPs and human rights activists were not allowed to enter the Voronezh prison, where the Ukrainian army officer, Nadiya Savchenko, is being held.
International observation mission to Moscow and Voronezh on the case of Lieutenant Nadiya Savchenko 16-18 July, 2014
The Open Dialog Foundation. in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, has organised the first international observation mission to Lieutenant Nadiya Savchenko, Ukrainian army pilot arrested by pro-Russian terrorists in Ukraine and abducted to Russia, and charged with the murder
The impact of the EU, USA and other countries’ sanctions on the Russian economy
The EU has made a decision to introduce third-tier sanctions against Russia. The sanctions relate to the energy and finance sectors, military and dual-purpose products (Council Regulation (EU) No 833/2014).Sanctions are effective for a period of one year with the possibility of reconsideration af
In cooperation with terrorists, Russia’s Secret Services kidnapped and transported to Russia the soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Nadiya Savchenko
Nadiya Savchenko, previously taken captive by representatives of terrorist groups in the east of Ukraine, was secretly transported to Russia where she has already been brought to trial on the basis of doubtful accusations.
Mark Feygin: ‘Crimea is at risk of becoming the next Chechnya‘
Russian lawyer Mark Feygin became famous for his participation in the high-profile case of the Russian punk band Pussy Riot, and no less scandalous was the ending of their partnership.
Oleg Sentsov at hearing in Moscow on Monday 7 July pleads not guilty
Oleg Sentsov, Ukrainian film director, screenwriter, producer and pro-Ukrainian activist and three of his colleagues were unlawfully kidnapped from the occupied territory of Crimea by the Russian FSB agents and transferred to Moscow on 23 May 2014.
The case of Oleg Sentsov: Russian FSB tortured pro-Ukrainian activists from the Crimea into confession
Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation in the Crimea detained and arrested four citizens of Ukraine on suspicion of plotting terrorist attacks in the occupied peninsula. In order to obtain confessions, they used torture against the detainees.
Tomasz Czuwara: “It is time to move on from words to actions”
On tvp.info Tomasz Czuwara talked about the EU ultimatum for the Russian Federation.