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Persecution of lawyers: individual cases presented at EP and at the OSCE PA Winter Meeting

1 March 2018

In February 2018, two events on the topic of the persecution of lawyers were held at the premises of the European Parliament in Brussels (Tuesday, 20 February 2018) and at the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Winter Meeting in Vienna (Friday, 23 February 2018)

Members of the PACE launch a motion for resolution on the preservation of civil liberties in Poland, Moldova and Ukraine

30 January 2018

During the last PACE Winter session, on 26 January 2018, twenty-nine members signed a motion for resolution to call for the strengthening of efforts aimed at promoting and protecting the rule of law and the respect of civil liberties in Poland, Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova.

Written contribution to the PACE report “The case for drafting a European Convention on the Profession of Lawyer”

17 January 2018

The work of a lawyer in the Eastern European member countries of the Council of Europe is fraught with many risks: murders and attempted assassinations, criminal prosecution, pressure on relatives, illegal searches, attempts to withhold an attorney’s license, and slanderous media campaigns.

Representatives of the Italian Parliament address INTERPOL’s authorities to continue implementation of arrest warrants system reform

31 December 2017

On December 22, Mr Erasmo Palazzotto, Vice-Chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee and Member of the Italian Chamber of Deputies, signed an appeal addressed to the Secretary General of INTERPOL and to the Chairperson of the Commission for the Control of INTERPOL’s Files.

MEPs support politically prosecuted individuals in Moldova and urge government authorities to abide by their commitments to the rule of law and respect for human rights

29 December 2017

On December 13, 2017, MEPs – Ana Gomes, Tunne Kelam, Jaromir Stetina, Indrek Tarand, Kazimierz Michał Ujazdowski, Julie Ward – addressed the Moldovan authorities with regard to the worrisome developments of the state of democracy and the crackdown on civil society taking place in the country.

EEAS issues the EU Annual Report on Human Rights and Democracy in the World in 2016

31 October 2017

The European Union has issued its Annual Report on Human Rights and Democracy in the World in 2016, with a country-by-country analysis and a summary of the current and future actions and priorities of the EU in protecting human rights.

The ODF addresses the EP and PACE on human and civil rights in Kazakhstan, Moldova and Poland

19 October 2017

Between September and October, a delegation from the Open Dialogue Foundation visited the European Parliament and PACE to address the human rights situation and the issue of political prisoners in Moldova and Kazakhstan, as well as the recent violations of civil liberties in Poland.

ODF addresses the EP and PACE on human and civil rights in Kazakhstan, Moldova and Poland

19 October 2017

Between September and October, a delegation from the Open Dialogue Foundation visited the European Parliament and the PACE to address the human rights situation and the issue of political prisoners in Moldova and Kazakhstan, as well as the recent violations of civil liberties in Poland.

PACE: “International obligations of the Republic of Moldova and risks for its credibility abroad”

16 October 2017

On 12 October, 2017, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) signed a written declaration entitled “International obligations of the Republic of Moldova and risks for its credibility abroad”.

“Members of PACE warn Interpol of persistent violations”

13 October 2017

On 11 October, 2017, Members of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) addressed the Secretary of Interpol, Mr Jürgen Stock, and the Commission for the Control of Interpol’s Files (CCF) in a bid to warn against abusive use of the international arrest warrant.

Political Persecution in Russia, Ukraine, Moldova and Kazakhstan – an expert seminar during HDIM 2017

25 September 2017

On the occasion of the OSCE HDIM 2017, the Open Dialogue Foundation held an expert seminar “Human Rights and Political Persecution in Russia, Ukraine, Moldova and Kazakhstan” in Warsaw on 21 September 2017. This discussion was our last side event during HDIM 2017.

Invitation to a seminar “Reform of the INTERPOL: Don’t let it be stopped halfway” – OSCE HDIM 2017

5 September 2017

Recent abuses of INTERPOL by non-democratic states, such as the Red Notice issued by Turkey to detain Mr Doğan Akhanlı in Spain and other relevant cases in Russia, Moldova, Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan, show why the reforms introduced by INTERPOL should be implemented decisively and without delay

Does Ukraine face the Moldovan scenario? Ukrainian deputy refers to an ODF report

31 July 2017

„In an interview, a Moldovan oligarch – monopolist Vladimir Plahotniuc called Petro Poroshenko his close friend. The war relations between the Ukrainian and Moldovan oligarchs have a symbolic context in the sense of a similar trajectory of both states” writes Victoria Voytsitska, a Ukrainian deputy.

INTERPOL recognizes political motivations behind Kazakhstani Red Notice requests

26 July 2017

The General Secretariat of the International Criminal Police Organization certified that the names of the Kazakh opposition politicians Mukhtar Ablyazov and Muratbek Ketebayev, as well as Ablyazov’s associates Tatiana Paraskevich and Alexandr Pavlov were deleted from the INTERPOL’s databases.

The ODF on a 2-days mission to the Italian Parliament discussing the reform of INTERPOL and victims of abusive Red Notices

14 July 2017

Between Tuesday 11 and Wednesday 12 July, 2017, the Open Dialogue Foundation met in Rome with representatives of NGOs and members of the Italian Senate and Chamber of Deputies. The 2-days visit was an opportunity to discuss individual cases of victims of abusive Red Notices.

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