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How Bitcoin became a tool for NGOs — an interview with Lyudmyla Kozlovska

6 October 2023

On 5 October 2023, webeconomy.info published an interview with Lyudmyla Kozlovska, President of the Open Dialogue Foundation, on solving the problem of people and NGOs excluded from the financial system. She talked about how Bitcoin has become a tool for defending human rights, delivering humanitarian aid and surviving in the face of political persecution. It […]

TABConf2023: Bitcoin against transnational persecution

25 September 2023

From 6 to 9 September 2023, the President of the Open Dialogue Foundation Lyudmyla Kozlovska took part in the ‘TABConf2023 — A Technical Bitcoin Conference‘ in the US city of Atlanta. As part of the event, she gave an interview to the largest educational platform dedicated to Bitcoin — Area Bitcoin Education.  “I am here […]

Attacks on the Open Dialogue Foundation

21 September 2023

Since the beginning of our work, we have been taking action against individuals, governments and other institutions committing human rights abuses and violating the rule of law. These include regimes in authoritarian states, post-Soviet oligarchs and ruling parties in some European countries. We have thus gained powerful opponents with virtually unlimited financial resources, which have […]

Repressions and Political Prisoners in Tokayev’s “New Kazakhstan”

18 August 2023

Disclamer This report provides an overview of political persecution and human rights violations in Kazakhstan, as well as a list of political prisoners in Kazakhstan. The information presented in this report was collected with the assistance of Kazakhstani human rights defenders and civil activists. In addition, the report is based on data provided by victims […]

Joachim Brudziński loses libel case over ‘money laundering’ claim

3 August 2023

A Warsaw-based court resolved that Joachim Brudziński, Chief of the Law and Justice’s electoral campaign, is to apologise the Open Dialogue Foundation and its leaders i.e. Lyudmyla Kozlovska and Bartosz Kramek, for the violation of their personal rights. The judgment is not yet final. Pursuant to the judgment issued by the District Court in Warsaw […]

Brudziński lost in court with the management of the Open Dialogue Foundation, hated by PiS

2 August 2023

Bartosz Kramek and Lyudmyla Kozlovska have won their lawsuit against Joachim Brudziński for violation of personal rights. The current head of the Law and Justice (PiS) election campaign is to apologise to them for 60 days on Twitter and pay PLN 10,000 compensation each. The verdict is not final. This is the fifth case these […]

Joachim Brudzinski lost a court case. He is to apologise and pay PLN 30 thousand in damages

28 July 2023

Joachim Brudziński, a Law and Justice’s MEP, and chief of the party’s electoral campaign has lost a lawsuit for violation of the personal rights of the Open Dialogue Foundation and its founders i.e. Lyudmyla Kozlovska and Bartosz Kramek. The dispute revolved around his Twitter posts. In 2019, Joachim Brudzinski — the head of the Ministry […]

A Law and Justice MEP lost a court case against the Open Dialogue Foundation. He is to keep his apology statement published for two months.

28 July 2023

The court of first instance ordered a Law and Justice MEP, Joachim Brudziński, to apologise to the Open Dialogue Foundation, its President Lyudmyla Kozlowska and Bartosz Kramek for a Twitter post published four years ago. Brudziński is also obliged to pay PLN 30,000 in damages. Joachim Brudziński has been sued for his Twitter post as […]

This is bad news for Mr Brudziński. The Famous ‘YOYO’ has lost a court case and now he has to apologise. The trigger for the dispute was his tweet

28 July 2023

Joachim Brudziński, the chief of the Law and Justice’s election campaign, has just lost a court case. He is obliged to apologise to the Open Dialogue Foundation and its founders i.e. Lyudmyla Kozlovska and Bartosz Kramek. What was it all about? What was the actual judgment in the politician’s case? Joachim Brudziński has lost a […]

Joachim Brudziński Lost in Court and Must Apologise

27 July 2023

Law and Justice (PiS) election chief of staff Joachim Brudziński is to apologise to the Open Dialogue Foundation and its founders Lyudmyla Kozlovska and Bartosz Kramek for his 2019 Twitter post in which the then head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MSWiA) directly implied that the Foundation was involved in money laundering. Brudziński is […]

The Case Lost by Brudziński. The Law and Justice (PiS) Chief of Staff Must Apologise

27 July 2023

Joachim Brudziński will have to apologise to the Open Dialogue Foundation and its founders for having implied on Twitter that the organisation is involved in money laundering. According to the judgment, which is not yet final, the chief of the Law and Justice (PiS) election staff must pay PLN 30 000 in compensatory damages. Interestingly enough, […]

Court’s Ruling in the Case of Joachim Brudziński and His Attack on the Open Dialogue Foundation

27 July 2023

30 thousand Polish zloty of compensatory damages and an apology to the Open Dialogue Foundation and to its founders – such is the verdict that has been passed in the case of Joachim Brudziński who launched an attack on the Foundation back in 2019. Brudziński, who at that time was the Minister of Internal Affairs […]

Free Mikheil Saakashvili!

27 July 2023

The Georgian authorities have launched a politically motivated trial against Mikheil Saakashvili, a Ukrainian politician and former President of Georgia. Ukraine is demanding that the charges be dropped and its citizen released immediately. There is no doubt that the detention of the former President and the proceedings against him are yet another manifestation of the […]

Brudziński must apologise. The Open Dialogue Foundation has won in court again

26 July 2023

The head of the Law and Justice (PiS) election campaign Joachim Brudziński must apologise to the Open Dialogue Foundation for groundlessly accusing it of money laundering. The court’s verdict, which is not yet final, is another victory for the management of the Open Dialogue Foundation — Lyudmyla Kozlovska and Bartosz Kramek — in a series […]

TVP is to apologise to the Open Dialogue Foundation at the beginning of “Wiadomości” news service and pay compensation of PLN 200,000

3 July 2023

The Polish public broadcaster has been obliged to apologise in its major news programmes for almost 40 broadcasts concerning the foundation and the couple who manage it, Bartosz Kramek and Lyudmyla Kozlovska. The District Court in Warsaw decided that the government broadcasting company was also to pay PLN 200,000 in damages. “Perhaps this court ruling […]

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