“There is a need for many countries to take a common stance against Putin’s imperialistic policy” – said spokesman for the Open Dialog Foundation, Tomasz Czuwara, in his interview for Supertstacja.
- Arbitrary detentions
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- Freedom of speech
- Civil liberties
- Freedom of assembly
- Freedom of association
- Freedom of religion
- Rule of law
- Hate speech and hate crimes
- Prisoners' rights
- Political prisoners
- Political refugees
- Expulsions and entry bans
- Fair trial
- Political persecution
- Death penalty
- Punitive psychiatry
- Schengen Information System
- COVID-19 pandemic
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- Humanitarian aid
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- Magnitsky Act
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Tomasz Czuwara, spokesman for the Open Dialog Foundation, in an interview with Superstacja television, said ‘In Angela Merkel’s actions, national interest often prevails which she puts above the interest of the entire European Union, and hence her frequent conversations with Vladimir Putin.
The streets of Warsaw saw the March Against Terror. It was organised by Euromaidan Warsaw and the Open Dialog Foundation, and gathered several hundred participants.
The Polish media reported on the “Stop Putin’s Terror” Great March organised by the Open Dialog Foundation and Euromaidan Warsaw. Around 200 persons with banners and posters marched along the streets of Warsaw in protest against Putin’s policy. In the end, candles were lit in front of the Russian embassy and balloons released – to […]
The Polish Radio informs of the “Stop Putin’s terror” march, which crossed the streets of Warsaw. Its organisers were the Open Dialog Foundation as well as Euromaidan Warsaw.
On the BTB channel, in the show called “Interes narodowy” (National Interest) ODF’s expert Viktor Maziarchiuk talked about the state of the Ukrainian economy and the ramifications of sanctions placed on Russia.
Chairman of the Board of the Open Dialog Foundation, Bartosz Kramek, talked to TOK FM about the developments in Ukraine.
Putin’s moves are purely tactical and designed to soften the pathetic position of the West, said Bartosz Kramek, ODF’s Chairman, in his interview for “TVN Biznes i Świat”.
Interviewed by TVN24 Biznes i Świat, Open Dialog Foundation’s observer, Agnieszka Piasecka, estimated the chances of de-escalation of the conflict in relation to the appeal from the Russian Federation’s President to postpone the referendum in the east of Ukraine, planned for 11th May.
The head of the Foundation’s press office, Tomasz Czuwara, in an interview for TVN 24 Biznes i Świat, talked about the disappearance of the Foundation’s observer, Sierhij Lefler.
A spokesman for ODF, Tomasz Czuwara, in his interview for TVN24 Biznes i Świat
commented on the life sentences handed down to the killers of the Russian journalist,
Krzysztof Bukowski was a guest at tvp.info and talked during the programme, amongst other things, about Poland’s engagement and role in relation to the situation in Ukraine.
Bartosz Kramek, Chair of the Foundation’s Council, commented, on Polsat News, on the developments in Ukraine prior to the upcoming referendum on the Crimea status.
On 27 February, 2014, several-dozen armed men seized the building of the Supreme Council and the Cabinet of Ministers of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, in Simferopol (Ukraine).