Bartosz Kramek for Gazeta Wyborcza: PiS, Moldova – a common issue

Bartosz Kramek for Gazeta Wyborcza: PiS, Moldova – a common issue

29.04.2019

The Open Dialogue Foundation won the trial with the “Gazeta Polska” magazine, so now editor Tomasz Sakiewicz threatens the judge. And the PiS propaganda attacks the Foundation using a grotesque report of the oligarchic and corrupt parliament of Moldova.

“Kozlovska case” falling apart on bank statements. Parliament report turned out to have traces of Shor’s activity in it

“Kozlovska case” falling apart on bank statements. Parliament report turned out to have traces of Shor’s activity in it

28.12.2018

A declassified report by the parliamentary committee charged with investigating the “circumstances of Open Dialogue’s interference into Moldova’s internal affairs” claims that the Open Dialogue Foundation has been financed by sources including money stolen from Moldovan banks

“The investigation around the Open Dialogue Foundation is a form of political pressure.” NM Interview with Deputy Assistant Secretary of the US State Department George Kent

“The investigation around the Open Dialogue Foundation is a form of political pressure.” NM Interview with Deputy Assistant Secretary of the US State Department George Kent

07.12.2018

Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent who is in charge of relations with Moldova and Eastern European countries, visited Chisinau on 5-6 December. In an interview with the NM editor-in-chief Galina Vasilyeva, Kent spoke about how the United States will assess the Moldovan elections

Open Democracy: In pre-election move, Moldova takes aim at civil society-opposition nexus

Open Democracy: In pre-election move, Moldova takes aim at civil society-opposition nexus

30.11.2018

As the European Union calls out state capture in Moldova, the authorities in Chișinău are rewriting the rules of the game for civil society and opposition politics.

Moldovan parliamentary commission investigating ODF: open lies, attacks on the opposition and smokescreen for the  government’s EU funds fiasco

Moldovan parliamentary commission investigating ODF: open lies, attacks on the opposition and smokescreen for the government’s EU funds fiasco

21.11.2018

On October 4th, 2018, the ruling Moldovan Democratic Party established a parliamentary commission to investigate “Open Dialogue Foundation’s and ODF President Lyudmyla Kozlovska’s interference in the domestic affairs of the Republic of Moldova as well as it’s funding of opposition parties”.

Freedom Square: The case of Lyudmyla Kozlovska is a test of our solidarity

Freedom Square: The case of Lyudmyla Kozlovska is a test of our solidarity

04.09.2018

“Many people and organisations from the ‘pro-democratic side of the barricade’ have had dilemmas, or have openly opposed Lyudmyla’s support (…). But it is these very ‘controversies’ around Lyudmyla Kozlovska herself and the ODF that give us a better chance for our test. The solidarity test”.

Europe, do not give up on Poland!

Europe, do not give up on Poland!

06.06.2018

“Just as in 1980 there could not be freedom without solidarity, today there can not be freedom without the rule of law!” – former President Lech Wałęsa appeals to the European Commission regarding the reform of the Supreme Court in Poland, which will come into force on 3 July 2018.

Open Dialogue Foundation’s 2017 season’s greetings and 2016 top achievements

Open Dialogue Foundation’s 2017 season’s greetings and 2016 top achievements

04.01.2017

As the Open Dialog Foundation, we would like to thank you for your support during the past year and wish you all the best in your professional and personal life in 2017! On this occasion we would like also to share with you some of the ODF’s top achievements of the year 2016.

The UN Human Rights Committee raises serious concerns about the full implementation of freedom of expression and political participation in Kazakhstan

The UN Human Rights Committee raises serious concerns about the full implementation of freedom of expression and political participation in Kazakhstan

28.06.2016

Geneva 23 June 2016 – On 22 and 23 June 2016 the UNHRC – the body that monitors the implementation of the rights enshrined in the ICCPR – reviewed for the second time since Kazakhstan is a party to the ICCPR the status of civil and political rights in the country.

Mass arrests and threats on the eve of rallies of 21th May: We urge to prevent recurrence of Zhanaozen tragedy

Mass arrests and threats on the eve of rallies of 21th May: We urge to prevent recurrence of Zhanaozen tragedy

20.05.2016

Open Dialog Foundation calls on to urgently react to the wave of arrests of Kazakhstan activists, and make every effort to prevent violence against citizens during peaceful rally planned for the 21 May, 2016 in several Kazakhstan cities.

The ukrainian human rights defenders in Kyiv celebrated the Mukhtar Ablyazov birthday

The ukrainian human rights defenders in Kyiv celebrated the Mukhtar Ablyazov birthday

21.05.2015

Representatives of the Open Dialog Foundation recorded video material with greetings for the Kazakh opposition politician Mukhtar Ablyazov, who is now imprisoned in France due to requests for his extradition, filed by Ukraine and Russia.

The ukrainian human rights defenders in Kyiv celebrated the Mukhtar Ablyazov birthday

The ukrainian human rights defenders in Kyiv celebrated the Mukhtar Ablyazov birthday

21.05.2015

Representatives of the Open Dialog Foundation recorded video material with greetings for the Kazakh opposition politician Mukhtar Ablyazov, who is now imprisoned in France due to requests for his extradition, filed by Ukraine and Russia.

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 Dialog Foundation, commented on the recent death of Boris Nemtsov, shot dead just in front of the Kremlin.

Journalists request Ukraine and the European Union’s protection from the oppression of Kazakh authorities

Journalists request Ukraine and the European Union’s protection from the oppression of Kazakh authorities

01.04.2014

For several years, the couple, Aidos and Natalia Sadykov was persecuted in their homeland due to their journalistic activities. They were forced to leave Kazakhstan, as Natalia faced imprisonment for libel.

Polish Bar Council: Kazakhstan does not observe human rights

Polish Bar Council: Kazakhstan does not observe human rights

31.03.2014

The persecution of political opponents and independent journalists, torture during interrogations, non-compliance with laws and corruption in the justice system – this was the situation observed by representatives of the Polish Bar Council who went on a mission into Kazakhstan