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 Dialogue 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.

“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 Dialogue 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 Dialogue 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.

In protest against inhumane treatment, Aleksandr Orlow has gone on hunger strike

In protest against inhumane treatment, Aleksandr Orlow has gone on hunger strike

01.04.2016

A citizen of the Republic of Poland, A. Orlow, who has been held in custody without having been sentenced for over 4 years now, went on hunger strike in protest against the unbearable conditions of detention and torture he is being subjected to in the detention facility where he is being remanded.

Report: The case of ‘Crimean terrorists’

Report: The case of ‘Crimean terrorists’

11.09.2015

The Russian regime held a show trial involving opponents of the annexation of the Crimean peninsula. Oleg Sentsov and Aleksander Kolchenko were sentenced to lengthy prison terms on trumped-up charges of terrorism

Report: The harassment of civil society in Kazakhstan

Report: The harassment of civil society in Kazakhstan

26.06.2015

The Open Dialogue Foundation welcomes the initiative of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights on consultations regarding the creation of a favourable space for civil society activities and the development of a report with practical recommendations on this matter.

Polish MP Kozłowska-Rajewicz has received a response from the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Russian Federation on the issue of the kidnapped residents of the Crimea

Polish MP Kozłowska-Rajewicz has received a response from the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Russian Federation on the issue of the kidnapped residents of the Crimea

20.01.2015

Russia’s Prosecutor’s Office continues to assert that along with the occupied territories, the country appropriated Ukrainian citizens.

Sentsov was deemed to be a Russian citizen

Sentsov was deemed to be a Russian citizen

16.12.2014

The Open Dialogue Foundation received a reply to the inquiry regarding the case of Sentsov, Kolchenko and Afanasiyev from the Office of the General Prosecutor of the Russian Federation.

A written inquiry on the Crimean activists

A written inquiry on the Crimean activists

11.12.2014

Member of the European Parliament, Agnieszka Kozłowska-Rajewicz, filed a written inquiry with the European Commission regarding the Ukrainian activists, abducted from the territory of Crimea: Oleg Sentsov, Gennadiy Afanasyev, Aleksey Chirniy and Alexander Kolchenko.

Reply from the European External Action Service concerning the matter of Oleg Sentsov

Reply from the European External Action Service concerning the matter of Oleg Sentsov

08.10.2014

Vincent Degert, representing the European External Action Service answered questions from the Open Dialogue Foundation concerning, amongst others, the Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov, persecuted by Russia.

Martin Schulz responds to ODF’s letter on Sentsov

Martin Schulz responds to ODF’s letter on Sentsov

29.09.2014

Martin Schulz, President of the European Parliament, replied to the letter sent by the ODF concerning the case of Oleg Sentsov and other Crimean activists abducted and taken to Moscow by FSB officers and charged with terrorist activities.

Kazakhstan: Head of anti-corruption organisation convicted in a defamation case

Kazakhstan: Head of anti-corruption organisation convicted in a defamation case

14.07.2014

The president of a Kazakh foundation “National Anti-corruption Committee”, Musagali Duambekov, has been sentenced to one year of imprisonment for “defamation” after the publication of a series of journalistic investigations.

Odessa police responsible for the death of 46 people

Odessa police responsible for the death of 46 people

04.05.2014

Odessa tragedy: responsibility for the incident lies with the local police

The Crimea: kidnapping of journalists and civil activists

The Crimea: kidnapping of journalists and civil activists

10.03.2014

Several Ukrainian activists and journalists have been kidnapped in the Crimea by so-called ‘vigilantes’ and representatives of the ‘Crimean Self-defence Forces’. Their whereabouts remain unknown.

Kazakhstan: Roza Tuletayeva needs independent physicians’ help

Kazakhstan: Roza Tuletayeva needs independent physicians’ help

07.05.2013

The government of Kazakhstan has been ignoring the demands of both the Kazakh and international community by failing to provide medical care to Roza Tuletayeva or publicise anyobjective data regarding the state of her health.

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