The Open Dialogue Foundation presents its latest report on the need of INTERPOL reform during an event in the Bundestag

The Open Dialogue Foundation presents its latest report on the need of INTERPOL reform during an event in the Bundestag

06.03.2015

The Open Dialogue Foundation has once again raised a call for an INTERPOL reform to bring in more transparency, openness and attention to the politically motivated Red Notices.

Open Dialogue Foundation participated in the OSCE PA Winter Meeting in Vienna

Open Dialogue Foundation participated in the OSCE PA Winter Meeting in Vienna

05.03.2015

On 18-20 February 2015, the Open Dialogue Foundation’s delegation participated in the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Parliamentary Assembly’s (OSCE PA) Winter Meeting in Vienna. One of the three annual meetings focused on the rights of migrants and refugess.

Lyudmyla Kozlovska for Polsat News: “The shots fired at Nemtsov’s back were shots fired at the entire democratic opposition”

Lyudmyla Kozlovska for Polsat News: “The shots fired at Nemtsov’s back were shots fired at the entire democratic opposition”

03.03.2015

In an interview for Polsat News, Lyudmyla Kozlovska, President of the Open Dialogue Foundation, commented on the recent death of Boris Nemtsov, shot dead just in front of the Kremlin.

Open Dialogue Foundation presented its report on the need of the Interpol system reform

Open Dialogue Foundation presented its report on the need of the Interpol system reform

03.03.2015

On Friday 27 February, 2015, in the German parliament Bundestag in Berlin, the Open Dialogue Foundation presented its newest report “The Interpol system is in need of reform. Political refugees become victims of misuse of the Interpol system by authoritarian states”.

Open Dialog at the focal point of the services’ attention

Open Dialog at the focal point of the services’ attention

19.02.2015

Rzeczpospolita daily published an article by Izabela Kacprzak and Marcin Pieńkowski about the mass-scale campaign to intimidate people associated with the Open Dialogue Foundation.

A regime prosecutor is still receiving his pension? A quick response from the ODF and Jehor Sobolev

A regime prosecutor is still receiving his pension? A quick response from the ODF and Jehor Sobolev

18.02.2015

The President of the Open Dialogue Foundation, Lyudmyla Kozlovska, posted on her Facebook page new information about the former Prosecutor General of Ukraine from the times of Yanukovych, Victor Pshonka

VIII Europe-Ukraine Forum: About internal refugees in Ukraine

VIII Europe-Ukraine Forum: About internal refugees in Ukraine

16.02.2015

Problems faced by civilians at the heart of the war zone were discussed by guests from Ukraine, Poland and the UK during the VIII Europe-Ukraine Forum in Łódź.

Open Dialogue Foundation presented its report on Russia’s violation of international laws and obligations at a side-event at PACE

Open Dialogue Foundation presented its report on Russia’s violation of international laws and obligations at a side-event at PACE

30.01.2015

The Open Dialog delegation was present at the first session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) in 2015, to draw the attention of the delegates to the numerous violations of the international law by the Russian Federation within the context of the crisis in Ukraine.

Appeals of Ukrainian human rights activists taken into account in PACE’s resolution

Appeals of Ukrainian human rights activists taken into account in PACE’s resolution

29.01.2015

Convincing European officials of the necessity to deprive Russia of voting rights was incredibly difficult. But it was possible.

Lyudmyla Kozlovska on the background of the adoption of PACE resolution depriving Russia of the right to vote

Lyudmyla Kozlovska on the background of the adoption of PACE resolution depriving Russia of the right to vote

29.01.2015

President of the Open Dialogue Foundation, Lyudmyla Kozlovska talked, for socportal.info,about the background of the adoption byPACE of a resolution maintaining the deprivation of the right to vote for Russia.

Lyudmyla Kozlovska: Russia has to be excluded from PACE

Lyudmyla Kozlovska: Russia has to be excluded from PACE

29.01.2015

Once again, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has deprived Russia from the right to vote. Due to Lyudmyla Kozlovska, the President of the Open Dialogue Foundation, this organizaion should take more resolute measures and exclude this country absolutely.

Campaign on ‘A hundred days of lustration’

Campaign on ‘A hundred days of lustration’

23.01.2015

A hundred days after the signing of the lustration law in Ukraine, the Open Dialogue Foundation organised a manifestation on Bankova street in Kiev.

Gazeta.pl about further questioning on the case regarding vests

Gazeta.pl about further questioning on the case regarding vests

19.01.2015

The gazeta.pl portal elaborated on the proceedings regarding the transportation of bulletproof vests to Ukraine, as they are seemingly endless.

Debate: Will EuroMaidan mirror the failure of the Orange Revolution?

Debate: Will EuroMaidan mirror the failure of the Orange Revolution?

03.12.2014

As part of the celebration marking the first anniversary of the beginning of EuroMaidan – the pro-European voice of the people, which has gone down in the history of Ukraine as the Revolution of Dignity

Debate: Will EuroMaidan mirror the failure of the Orange Revolution?

Debate: Will EuroMaidan mirror the failure of the Orange Revolution?

03.12.2014

As part of the celebration marking the first anniversary of the beginning of EuroMaidan – the pro-European voice of the people, which has gone down in the history of Ukraine as the Revolution of Dignity

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