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MEP Harms: “The EU did not pay enough attention to Moldova” – an interview for Hromadske TV

20 April 2017

It seems like the president is not giving up on this law, and at the same time, international aid is increasing from Europe and fro the IMF, and no the EP has also voted to introduce a visa-free regime for Ukrainians. So is the international community selling-out Ukrainian civil society?

Invitation to a conference “Moldova at the crossroads”

12 April 2017

On behalf of the Open Dialogue Foundation and Members of the European Parliament Mrs Anna Fotyga, Ms Ramona Nicole Mănescu, Mrs Renate Weber and Mrs Rebecca Harms, we would like to kindly invite you to a conference dedicated to the current political and human rights situation in the Republic of Moldov

Written declaration “Moldova: political oppression against civil society and key witnesses” signed by 23 members of PACE

25 January 2017

The result of our intense current work at Council of Europe in Strasburg: “Written declaration Moldova: political oppression against civil society and key witnesses” signed by 23 members of Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe!

The ODF’s support of the civil society in Moldova – high-level meetings at PACE & EP

24 January 2017

Mid-December 2016 was a period of intense work on the support of the civil society in Moldova. With a group of its prominent representatives we held series of high-level meetings in the EP as well as PACE to discuss the country’s political and human rights problems.

The ODF’s support of the civil society in Moldova – high-level meetings at PACE & EP

24 January 2017

Mid-December 2016 was a period of intense work on the support of the civil society in Moldova. With a group of its prominent representatives we held series of high-level meetings in the EP as well as PACE to discuss the country’s political and human rights problems.

Open Dialogue Foundation and Destination Justice wish to raise awareness of the practice of persecuting independent advocates currently in place in the Republic of Moldova

16 December 2016

Notwithstanding its obligations, the Moldovan government has clearly deviated from the democratic course it claims to be following and from its duty to respect, protect and fulfill human rights.

Moldova: Prosecution of counsel Ana Ursachi

6 December 2016

Counsel Ana Ursachi represents the interests of numerous opponents of the powerful oligarch Vladimir Plahotniuc who exerts influence on the judiciary and law enforcement agencies of Moldova and may be involved in her unlawful criminal prosecution.

Interview: Lyudmyla Kozlovska – Human Rights, Crypto, & Policy

31 May 2024

As a high-level introduction, Lyudmyla Kozlovska founded the Open Dialogue Foundation (“ODF”) in 2009 with the goal of protecting human rights, supporting democracy, and assisting those who are subject to political persecution in Eastern Europe. She also founded the Building True Change Coalition (“BTC Coalition”) to address financial exclusion, political oppression and deliver humanitarian aid, while promoting the role […]

Ukraine: We Must Not Give Up. Appeal to the Heads of State and Government of the member countries of the Ramstein coalition

28 February 2024

Some European countries continue to offer only extremely modest bilateral military aid to Ukraine. Italy, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Luxembourg and France are among the most parsimonious members of the Ramstein coalition. They are thus taking advantage of the generosity of their allies, betraying their own past leadership and undermining the cohesion of Europe. Bilateral military […]

More than 30 organisations appeal to review and close political investigations

13 February 2024

More than 30 NGOs have appealed to the Minister of Justice Prosecutor General Adam Bodnar to appoint a team of prosecutors and review ongoing politically motivated investigations. They hope that in cases where a so-called reasonable suspicion of insufficient grounds for prosecution is found, appropriate steps will be taken to close them. “As citizens of […]

Public appeal to Adam Bodnar. “Political investigations must be closed”

12 February 2024

 “We believe that, as the new Prosecutor General, you have not only a unique opportunity, but also a moral obligation, to conduct an effective review of a number of politically motivated cases. We hope that, in the case of investigations that show a so-called reasonable suspicion of insufficient grounds for prosecution, independent prosecutors will take […]

Public appeal to review political investigations from 2015-2023

12 February 2024

Warsaw, 12 February 2024 Adam BodnarProsecutor General of the Republic of PolandMinister of Justice Public appeal for a review of politically motivated prosecutions from 2015-2023 and the rehabilitation of victims As a person of unquestionable authority in the defence of human rights and the rule of law, your appointment as Minister of Justice and Prosecutor […]

NGOs: Bodnar, look into political prosecutions

12 February 2024

More than 30 NGOs and more than 40 well-known personalities have signed an open public appeal to the Prosecutor General and Minister of Justice Adam Bodnar. They want a special team of prosecutors to analyse “politically motivated prosecutions” initiated against PiS opponents. They also demand the rehabilitation of wronged parties by a Public Prosecutor’s Office […]

Public appeal to Adam Bodnar to end political investigations and rehabilitate the victims

12 February 2024

“We believe that, as the new Prosecutor General, you have not only a unique opportunity, but also a moral obligation, to conduct an effective review of a number of politically motivated cases. We hope that, in the case of investigations that show a so-called reasonable suspicion of insufficient grounds for prosecution, independent prosecutors will take […]

Audit of Ziarkiewicz investigations begins. Giertych, Police Chief Szymczyk’s brother, Wojtunik, Kramek…

9 February 2024

“An audit of all cases handled by the Regional Prosecutor’s Office in Lublin is underway,” the new head of this institution, Cezary Maj, tells Wyborcza. Among them are the cases concerning Roman Giertych, brother of the police chief, the VAT affair and former PKP President Jakub Karnowski. The head of the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office in […]

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