Background note on the international advocacy activities of the Open Dialog Foundation coordinated by the Brussels office in 2013 – 2015

Background note on the international advocacy activities of the Open Dialog Foundation coordinated by the Brussels office in 2013 – 2015

12.06.2015

The Open Dialog Foundation (ODF) is a non-governmental, non-partisan organization established in Poland, in 2009. The statutory objectives of the Foundation include promotion, support and protection of human rights, democracy and rule of law in the post-Soviet area.

Open Dialog Foundation through the lens of the reporters of the pożyteczni.pl programme

Open Dialog Foundation through the lens of the reporters of the pożyteczni.pl programme

08.02.2015

A pożyteczni.pl programme shown on the TVP Info channel was devoted to the Open Dialog Foundation, during which we talked about the help we provide to refugees from Ukraine and Kazakhstan.

Marcinkiewicz explains his participation in a business mission to Kazakhstan

Marcinkiewicz explains his participation in a business mission to Kazakhstan

18.11.2014

Nazarbayev’s recent speech and the Polish business mission to Kazakhstan were discussed at the conference on Monday “Nurly Zol – Path to the Future” by Kazakhstan’s Ambassador to Poland, Jerik Utembayev. Representatives of the Open Dialog Foundation were also present at the Polish Press Agency, PAP.

About human rights in the Senate

About human rights in the Senate

21.12.2013

Human rights and the issue of their observance have become the subject of the conference, which was held in the Senate on 16 December, 2013.

The conference about human rights in the Senate

The conference about human rights in the Senate

21.12.2013

Human rights and the issue of their observance have become the subject of the conference, which was held in the Senate on 16 December, 2013. The conference was organised by the Legislative Committee and the Human Rights, the Rule of Law and Petitions Committee.

The invitation to a press conference: From “Magnitsky ACT” to “Zhanaozen List”

The invitation to a press conference: From “Magnitsky ACT” to “Zhanaozen List”

19.09.2012

BRUSSELS, 20th of September, 2012 – Social society activists from Kazakhstan, following the example of the so-called ‘Magnitsky List’, drew up their own list of officials and named it the ‘Zhanaozen List’

Kazakh delegation in Rome: hearing in the Italian Senate

Kazakh delegation in Rome: hearing in the Italian Senate

12.07.2012

Hearing in the Italian Senate on July 9 – 11th 2012.

Kazakh delegation in Rome: hearing in the Italian Senate

Kazakh delegation in Rome: hearing in the Italian Senate

12.07.2012

Hearing in the Italian Senate on July 9 – 11th 2012.

The Open Dialogue Foundation welcomes the release of Bolat Atabayev

The Open Dialogue Foundation welcomes the release of Bolat Atabayev

03.07.2012

The well-known Theatre Director, Bolat Atabayev has eventually been released from detention. Attempts undertaken by investigators to persuade him to testify falsely against Vladimir Kozlov turned out to be futile

Hearing on Kazakhstan: Zhanaozen trials and their meaning for the regime’s credibility

Hearing on Kazakhstan: Zhanaozen trials and their meaning for the regime’s credibility

20.06.2012

On the 19th of June, 2012, in the European Parliament, a hearing on Kazakhstan was held.

Hearing on Kazakhstan: Zhanaozen trials and their meaning for the regime’s credibility

Hearing on Kazakhstan: Zhanaozen trials and their meaning for the regime’s credibility

20.06.2012

On the 19th of June, 2012, in the European Parliament, a hearing on Kazakhstan was held.

Contini and Di Biagio meet Kazakh delegation

Contini and Di Biagio meet Kazakh delegation

17.05.2012

Italian Senator Barbara Contini and Italian Deputy Aldo Di Biagio meet delegation from Kazakhstan to discuss human rights and opposition repression issues

Igor Vinyavskiy

Igor Vinyavskiy

02.04.2012

The case on persecution

Каzakhstan: how to pass a test on democracy?

Каzakhstan: how to pass a test on democracy?

01.04.2012

In early March 2012 the international community placed high expectations on Kazakhstan. But the situation began to change dramatically after the prominent opposition leaders