Four false reports in the “Kozlovska case”.  How the parliament’s press service became a “troll” for the Democratic Party

Four false reports in the “Kozlovska case”. How the parliament’s press service became a “troll” for the Democratic Party

31.10.2018

The press service of the parliament of Moldova has distributed a release about the start of the work of a commission of inquest into “interference by the Open Dialogue Foundation and its founder Lyudmyla Kozlovska in the internal affairs of Moldova”.

Warning re. suspicious group impersonating an EU body or pro-EU civic organisation

Warning re. suspicious group impersonating an EU body or pro-EU civic organisation

26.10.2018

ODF has recently learned of a group or individual impersonating an EU body or pro-European civic group under the name “European Union Anti Corruption”, which seems to be running a paid, targeted smear campaign against the Foundation

Statement re. alleged SBU investigation concerning Lyudmyla Kozlovska (updated 26.11.2018)

Statement re. alleged SBU investigation concerning Lyudmyla Kozlovska (updated 26.11.2018)

12.10.2018

On October 10, 2018 it was announced in the media, starting with the website of a Ukrainian civic organisation/media outlet “Stop Corruption”, that the Department of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) in the Zakarpattya region city of Uzhhorod has initiated an investigation into ODF President.

Onet.pl: ‘How eastern regimes used the Polish pro-government media after the deportation of Kozlovska’

Onet.pl: ‘How eastern regimes used the Polish pro-government media after the deportation of Kozlovska’

10.09.2018

Following the expulsion of Lyudmyla Kozlovska, the President of the Open Dialogue Foundation (ODF), from Poland, large pro-government media, from the Polish Radio to ‘Gazeta Polska’, were quoting Kazakhstani, Moldovan and Ukrainian media in their coverages.

Statement of the Open Dialogue Foundation of 15 June 2018 with regard to the defamation campaign against the Foundation

Statement of the Open Dialogue Foundation of 15 June 2018 with regard to the defamation campaign against the Foundation

20.06.2018

Please be advised that any video recordings recently posted on the Internet allegedly involving Lyudmyla Kozlovska, associating her with Bill Browder (initiator of the Global Magnitsky Law campaign) and Mukhtar Ablyazov, (leader of the opposition movement “Democratic Choice of Kazakhstan”) are fake.

A smear campaign against the Open Dialogue Foundation has reached the walls of the European Parliament (updated)

A smear campaign against the Open Dialogue Foundation has reached the walls of the European Parliament (updated)

16.02.2018

Under the guise of a discussion on ‘financial fraud’, an information attack was launched against the Open Dialogue Foundation in the European Parliament. The smear campaign against our organisation has become a revenge for our activities to protect human rights in the post-Soviet space… (read more)

Unprecedented attacks on the Open Dialogue Foundation in Poland

Unprecedented attacks on the Open Dialogue Foundation in Poland

19.01.2018

In the light of the recent developments in Poland, one of the most urgent problems is the attack on civil society by governmental administration bodies. Non-governmental organisations, critical of the state authorities have been subjected to unprecedented pressure.

The right-wing media defend the hunter of Russian influence. What about the facts? [THE COMMENT]

The right-wing media defend the hunter of Russian influence. What about the facts? [THE COMMENT]

05.01.2018

The right-wing internet focused on the fate of the hunter of the Russian influence in Poland, a victim of ‘Putin’s trolls’. Among emotional posts, it is easy to lose track of facts. And those are not very convenient for the hunter.

Response to the report “Activities and connections of the Open Dialogue Foundation” dated August 14, 2017

Response to the report “Activities and connections of the Open Dialogue Foundation” dated August 14, 2017

06.11.2017

Following its firm statement in defence of the independence of the judiciary, and thus, against violation of the Constitution and the rule of law in Poland, on 21 July 2017, ODF became the object of unprecedented attacks by the Polish governmental administration and broader right-wing circles.

Information on unprecedented attacks on civil society organisations in Poland

Information on unprecedented attacks on civil society organisations in Poland

06.10.2017

In the light of the recent developments in Poland, one of the most urgent problems is the attack on civil society by governmental administration bodies. Non-governmental organisations, critical of the state authorities (including Obywatele RP [Citizens of Poland], Fundacja Otwarty Dialog

‘We are here to defend democracy’ – Lyudmyla Kozlovska and Bartosz Kramek in an interview for Gazeta Wyborcza

‘We are here to defend democracy’ – Lyudmyla Kozlovska and Bartosz Kramek in an interview for Gazeta Wyborcza

20.09.2017

On Wednesday, 13 September 2017, Gazeta Wyborcza published an interview, given by President of the Open Dialogue Foundation Lyudmyla Kozlovska and President of the Foundation Board Bartosz Kramek to Igor T. Miecik. The text, entitled ‘Open Dialog is defending itself’, is presented below.

Wielowieyski for Gazeta Wyborcza: Open Dialog at a crossroads

Wielowieyski for Gazeta Wyborcza: Open Dialog at a crossroads

18.09.2017

I first came across the Open Dialogue Foundation in 2011 during OSCE Summit in Warsaw, when, together with MPs of Civic Platform and Law and Justice, the ODF stood up in defence of persecuted pro-democracy activists and miners of Zhanaozen (i.e. crude oil region in Kazakhstan)

The statement and correction of Igor T. Miecik’s articles (Gazeta Wyborcza, 7 August 2017)

The statement and correction of Igor T. Miecik’s articles (Gazeta Wyborcza, 7 August 2017)

11.09.2017

In connection with numerous mistakes and inaccuracies in the articles, we would like to present our position on them in the statement below. The remarks refer to the printed version of the articles (in the online version of GW, both articles were united into one and slightly changed/edited).

Onet analyses Marcin Rey’s report on the ODF. “Another attack on the Foundation and yet another disgrace”

Onet analyses Marcin Rey’s report on the ODF. “Another attack on the Foundation and yet another disgrace”

21.08.2017

On 19 July, Onet published a detailed analysis of a report by Marcin Rey, an editor of “The Russian Fifth Column in Poland”, who focused on the activities of the Open Dialogue Foundation and its financing sources

The Open Dialogue Foundation – public enemy number one of PiS and Jarosław Kaczyński

The Open Dialogue Foundation – public enemy number one of PiS and Jarosław Kaczyński

14.08.2017

When they dared to criticise the PiS government, they were accused of arms trafficking, taking money from the Kremlin and being an “agent of influence.” – As a foundation, we support the rule of law and human rights. And we name those who violate them – said Lyudmyla Kozlovska, president of the ODF.

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