Alfredo Arpaia on the case of Nadiya Savchenko

Alfredo Arpaia on the case of Nadiya Savchenko

12.12.2014

Alfredo Arpaia, the head of the Italian league for Human Rights (LIDU, Lega Italiana dei Diritti Dell’Uomo) and a member of the International Organisation for Human Rights (FIDH) has addressed Italian authorities with regard to the case of Nadiya Savchenko.

M. Schulz responds on N. Savchenko

M. Schulz responds on N. Savchenko

20.11.2014

The President of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, replied to an e-mail sent by the Open Dialogue Foundation concerning Ukrainian pilot, Nadiya Savchenko.

Russian investigators are hindering the work of Nadiya Savchenko’s attorneys

Russian investigators are hindering the work of Nadiya Savchenko’s attorneys

30.10.2014

The Open Dialogue Foundation is expressing its protest against unlawful actions undertaken by Russian investigators, designed to thwart the efforts of Nadiya Savchenko’s attorneys: Mark Feigin, Ilya Novikov and Nikolay Polozov.

Political prisoner Vadim Kuramshin reports systematic pressure from the colony administration

Political prisoner Vadim Kuramshin reports systematic pressure from the colony administration

17.03.2014

Due to several penalties imposed on human rights defender, Vadim Kuramshin and possible further provocations, he may be refused a transfer to a more lenient ‘general regime’ within his penal colony.

The case of Bakhtyzhan Kashkumbayev: Kazakh authorities accused a Christian pastor of extremism and incitement of religious hatred

The case of Bakhtyzhan Kashkumbayev: Kazakh authorities accused a Christian pastor of extremism and incitement of religious hatred

27.02.2014

67-year-old pastor, Bakhtyzhan Kashkumbayev, who has health problems, was remanded in custody for nine months.

The Open Dialogue Foundation demands that Vladimir Kozlov be immediately transferred to a colony in close proximity to his place of residence

The Open Dialogue Foundation demands that Vladimir Kozlov be immediately transferred to a colony in close proximity to his place of residence

10.10.2013

Political prisoner, Kazakh opposition leader Vladimir Kozlov has been systematically and unlawfully denied a transfer to a colony in close proximity to his place of residence in Almaty Province

Vladimir Kozlov does not receive proper medical care in prison

Vladimir Kozlov does not receive proper medical care in prison

03.04.2013

During his stay in the colony, the health condition of the 52-year-old Kazakh oppositionist has considerably worsened. Due to the lack of necessary medical equipment and medical specialists in prison, Vladimir Kozlov does not receive adequate assistance

The life of human rights defender Vadim Kuramshin is in danger

The life of human rights defender Vadim Kuramshin is in danger

05.03.2013

The Appellate Court upheld the guilty verdict against the human rights defender Vadim Kuramshin. Soon, he is going to be transported to the high-security penal colony EC 164/4. Now, friends and relatives of the Kazakh human rights activist fear possible reprisals against him.

Vladimir Kozlov transferred to the Kazahstani Siberia

Vladimir Kozlov transferred to the Kazahstani Siberia

25.12.2012

By the decision of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) of Kazakhstan, the opposition politician has been convoyed to the penal colony outside the area of his residence, namely to Petropavlovsk, North Kazakhstan Province

Zhanaozen, Kazakhstan: Wind of change

Zhanaozen, Kazakhstan: Wind of change

31.10.2012

We present to you an information booklet, devoted to the turbulent situation in the Republicof Kazakhstan – the largest country in Central Asia and the third largest economy in the CIS (after Russia and Ukraine).

Kazakhstan: Opposition leader sentenced to 7 years and 6 months in prison with confiscation of property

Kazakhstan: Opposition leader sentenced to 7 years and 6 months in prison with confiscation of property

08.10.2012

On 08.08.2012, a sentence in the case of opposition leaders has been handed down.Vladimir Kozlov was sentenced to 7 years and 6 months imprisonment with confiscation of property. Akzhanat Aminov and Serik Sapargali were sentenced to 5 and 4 years’ probation, respectively

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