“Russian war crimes in eastern Ukraine” and “28 hostages of the Kremlin” reports presented in the European Parliament in Brussels

“Russian war crimes in eastern Ukraine” and “28 hostages of the Kremlin” reports presented in the European Parliament in Brussels

08.04.2016

On Tuesday, 5 April 2016, the Open Dialog Foundation, the European Conservatives and Reformists Group in the European Parliament and the Centre for Civil Liberties organised a conference dedicated to the topic of the global overview of the human rights violations during the Russian-Ukrainian war.

“Russian war crimes in eastern Ukraine” and “28 hostages of the Kremlin” reports presented in the European Parliament in Brussels

“Russian war crimes in eastern Ukraine” and “28 hostages of the Kremlin” reports presented in the European Parliament in Brussels

08.04.2016

On Tuesday, 5 April 2016, the Open Dialog Foundation, the European Conservatives and Reformists Group in the European Parliament and the Centre for Civil Liberties organised a conference dedicated to the topic of the global overview of the human rights violations during the Russian-Ukrainian war.

New names on “Savchenko List”

New names on “Savchenko List”

18.03.2016

Due to the recent extremely worrying developments and following consultations with Nadiya Savchenko’s lawyers, as well as with the representatives of the Russian opposition and civil society we have decided to broaden the “Savchenko List” with new names and to make it public.

Russian opposition calls for “Savchenko List”

Russian opposition calls for “Savchenko List”

11.03.2016

At the end of the Free Russia Forum the participating representatives of the Russian opposition and civil society adopted a resolution supporting the call for the introduction of personal sanctions against individuals responsible for the persecution of the Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko.

Sanctions as per the ‘Savchenko list’ shall become a preventive tool against Kremlin repressions

Sanctions as per the ‘Savchenko list’ shall become a preventive tool against Kremlin repressions

10.03.2016

57 deputies of the European Parliament filed a letter with the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Mogherini, containing an appeal to initiate the imposition of personal sanctions against those involved in the kidnapping and illegal prosecution of N. Savchenko.

Open Dialog: Savchenko on dry hunger strike – personal sanctions must follow now

Open Dialog: Savchenko on dry hunger strike – personal sanctions must follow now

09.03.2016

Nadiya Savchenko was supposed to deliver her final word statement on March 3 during a hearing that was to set the date for the final verdict in her case to be announced. In an unexpected turn of events, she was not allowed to speak as the hearing was adjourned to March 9.

Nadiya Savchenko has begun dry hunger strike

Nadiya Savchenko has begun dry hunger strike

04.03.2016

On 4 March, 2016, Nadiya Savchenko officially went on a ‘dry hunger strike’, refusing even water. Such a radical move is a reaction to yesterday’s unlawful action of the court which did not permit the Ukrainian woman to deliver her final speech at the trial.

‘28 hostages of the Kremlin’ report presented in Strasbourg at the January PACE session

‘28 hostages of the Kremlin’ report presented in Strasbourg at the January PACE session

27.01.2016

On Monday, 25 January 2016, during the year-opening session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) in Strasbourg, representatives of the Ukrainian and Russian civil society gathered at an event organized by the Open Dialogue Foundation and the Kyiv Dialogue.

Report:  ‘28 hostages of the Kremlin’

Report: ‘28 hostages of the Kremlin’

20.01.2016

Within the framework of the human rights campaign ‘LetMyPeopleGo’,ODF and the Civic Initiative ‘Euromaidan SOS’, present a report about 27 Ukrainians and 1 citizen of a European country who have faced unlawful and politically motivated criminal prosecution in Russia and the occupied Crimea.

’28 hostages of the Kremlin’: main violations and prospects for the release

’28 hostages of the Kremlin’: main violations and prospects for the release

20.01.2016

On Wednesday, 20 January, 2016, at 2:00 p.m., the Ukrainian Crisis Media Centre will hold a presentation of recommendations and the joint report entitled ‘28 hostages of the Kremlin’, produced by the initiative ‘Euromaidan SOS’, the Centre for Civil Liberties and the Open Dialog Foundation.

“13 hostages of Putin: How can we release them?” – debate in the “Ukrainian World” in Warsaw, Poland

“13 hostages of Putin: How can we release them?” – debate in the “Ukrainian World” in Warsaw, Poland

28.09.2015

Open Dialog Foundation, EuroMaidan SOS, People in Need and European Exchange / Kiev Dialogue organized a debate on the Ukrainian (mostly, but not only) political prisoners, illegally detained and held in the Russian Federation.

On reform of Interpol on the OSCE ODIHR conference in Warsaw, Poland

On reform of Interpol on the OSCE ODIHR conference in Warsaw, Poland

28.09.2015

On 21 September, 2015 a two-week review conference of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights “Human Dimension Implementation Meeting” took place in Warsaw, Poland.

Invitation to a  panel debate: “13 hostages of Putin: How can we release them?”

Invitation to a panel debate: “13 hostages of Putin: How can we release them?”

21.09.2015

The Open Dialog Foundation, along with Kiev Dialogue, EuroMaidan SOS and People in Need
have an honour and a pleasure to invite you to a panel debate: “13 hostages of Putin: How can we release them?”

Lawyer Mark Feygin threatened with criminal prosecution for the alleged illegal disclosure of the case file of Nadiya Savchenko

Lawyer Mark Feygin threatened with criminal prosecution for the alleged illegal disclosure of the case file of Nadiya Savchenko

07.07.2015

As appears from the statement of the press secretary of the Investigative Committee (IC) of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Markin, Russian investigative authorities may instigate legal proceedings against Nadiya Savchenko’s counsel, Mark Feygin.

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.