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Our guest on the podcast this week is Andrei Kalikh, a human rights researcher, journalist, and activist with a special interest in the issue of corruption. In the past, Andrei worked as programme director at the Centre for the Development of Democracy and Human Rights and he has been a board member of Perm Memorial Society. Until recently, Andrei …
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is the lawyer Kirill Koroteev, head of international legal practice of Agora International Human Rights Group. Previously, Kirill worked as legal director at Memorial Human Rights Centre, where he specialized in handling cases before the European Court of Human Rights. Kirill graduated from the Higher School of Ec…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is the Russian cartoonist Vyacheslav Shilov. He was born in 1970 in Potsdam, Germany. Until recently Vyacheslav Shilov, a member of the Union of Artists and Graphic Artists of the International Federation of UNESCO, lived in St. Petersburg. Today Vyacheslav with his family is outside Russia - in Europe. Vyacheslav…
 
Our guest on the podcast this week is the Russian civil society activist, now living in Talinn, Estonia, Evgenia Chirikova. Evgenia Chirikova is especially well known for her campaign to save the Khimki Forest and she was leader of Ecological Defence (Ecoborona) in Moscow region. She was also a member of the organizing committee for Strategy 31 and…
 
THIS PODCAST IS NOT CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FOR THE PRESENT TIME WE HAVE REPLACED THE PODCAST WITH MIKHAIL SAVVA WITH A PODCAST WE RECORDED IN NOVEMBER 2020. Our guest on the podcast this week is Mikhail Valentinovich Savva. Mikhail Savva is a human rights activist, political scientist, and former professor at Kuban State University. In 1993 Mikhail Sa…
 
The guest on our latest podcast is Dmitry Piskunov, a lawyer and human rights activist from Russia who works for the Moscow-based human rights organization OVD-Info. OVD-Info monitors politically motivated prosecutions, with a particular focus on the right to freedom of assembly. Previously, Dmitry worked for the Committee against Torture, a human …
 
Our guest this week on the podcast is Andreas Umland, a political scientist and an expert in modern Russian and Ukrainian history and politics. He lives in Kiev and teaches at the National University of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. Andreas is a senior expert at the Ukrainian Institute for the Future in Kyiv and a research fellow at the Swedish Institut…
 
Our guest this week on the podcast is Vitaly Ponomarev, head of the Central Asia programme of the Memorial Human Rights Centre. Since 2005 Vitaly Ponomarev has also been head of the Centre’s monitoring programme, ‘Combating fabrication of criminal cases of Islamic extremism in Russia.’ In the podcast we discuss the human rights situation in the cou…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Konstantin Aleksandrovich Kotov, a Russian computer programmer and civil society activist. In 2019 Konstantin Kotov was the second person to be convicted under the so-called ‘Dadin’ Article 212.1 that was added to the Russian Criminal Code in July 2014 – ‘Repeated violation of the established procedure for orga…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Ivan Pavlov,a human rights lawyer specializing in freedom of information and treason cases.For many years, Ivan Pavlov headed the civil society group Team 29, which alsoworked to promote freedom of information in Russia. The topics of our conversation today are the persecutionof lawyers in Russia, the rule of l…
 
Today is a special day: 10 December - Human Rights Day, and ourbest wishes to all who are listening! This week our guest on the podcast isSergei Anatolievich Pashin, a retired Russian federal judge, Honoured Lawyer ofthe Russian Federation and a member of the Moscow Helsinki Group. The topics discussed on the podcast include the reform of thejustic…
 
This week we our guest on the podcastis Svetlana Astrakhantseva, executive director of the Moscow Helsinki Group.Svetlana Astrakhantseva is an economist, lawyer and law professor, and humanrights activist. She has been working with the Moscow Helsinki Group since 2008and has been executive director of MHG since 2016. She is co-coordinator of theGro…
 
This week ourguests are Victoria Ivleva, photographer, journalist and writer, and YurySamodurov, civic activist, publicist and co-founder of Memorial. Both Victoriaand Yury were detained on 20 November on Pushkin Square in Moscow forparticipating in single-person protests against the closure of Memorial. Bothwere held in a police station for two da…
 
Our guest this week on the podcast is Grigory Melkonyants. Grigory Melkonyants is a Russian human rights activist, lawyer and co-chair of Golos, the movement to protect voters' rights. This week’s topics are freedom of association in Russia, the law on foreign agents, the significance of the attack on the Memorial Society and whether free and fair …
 
This week on the podcast we discuss the current situation around Memorial and the moves by prosecutors to close down two organisations: the International Memorial Society and Memorial Human Rights Centre. Our guests on the podcast are Sergei Davidis andJens Siegert. Sergei Davidis is head of the programme in support of political prisonersat the Mem…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Sergei Babinets. SergeiBabinets is a lawyer and head of the Orenburg branch of the Committee against Torture, whose head office isin Nizhny Novgorod. The issues discussed in the podcast include: How did someonewho had intended to work in the prosecutor’s office went to work for a humanrights organisation? How d…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is MarinaPisklakova-Parker. Marina Pisklakova-Parker is a Russian women's rightsactivist and writer. She was the founder of ANNA(Regional Organization for Assistance to Women and Children Victims of DomesticViolence), one of the first women's crisis centres in Russia to help victims ofdomestic violence. Marina has…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is ValentinaDmitrievna Melnikova. Valentina Melnikova is a Russian human rights activistand politician, a graduate of the geology department of Moscow State Universityand a specialist in geochemistry, but better known to us all as the executivesecretary of the Union of Committees of Soldiers' Mothers of Russia. Va…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Ernest Mezak, a well-knownjournalist and human rights activist from the Republic of Komi in Russia. Herepresents victims of law enforcement violations in courts at the nationallevel and has also acted as a legal representative before the European Court ofHuman Rights in some 200 cases. In 2012 he won the Moscow…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Liudmilla Ilyinichna Alpern. Liudmila Alpern is a prison researcher and observer. She used to work as deputy director of the Centre for Criminal Justice Reform and was head of the prison visiting programme. She has been a member of the Moscow Public Oversight Commission and is the author and developer of many p…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is the journalist and human rights activist Viktor Davydov. Victor Davydov studied at Kuibyshev Technical University and then at the History Department of Kuibyshev University. In 1974, he began publishing and distributing samizdat, for which he was interrogated by the KGB in September 1975. In 1975 he became a me…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Alena Vershinina, ajournalist and former host of Ekho Moskvy radio who has also previously workedon Nastoyashchee vremya and now is with Radio Svoboda. The topics discussed in the podcast include: Career - fromLipetsk to Moscow; The difficulties of working as a journalist in Russia; Harassmentby the authorities…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Grigory Vaypan. Untilrecently, Grigory was head of the Litigation Department at the Institute forLaw and Public Policy where he led strategic human rights litigation before theConstitutional Court of Russia and the European Court of Human Rights. Since2013, Grigory has been developing the practice of amicus cur…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is the well-knownhuman rights activist, Lev Aleksandrovich Ponomarev. Lev Ponomarev is the headof the civil society project ‘For Human Rights’, chair of the Defence ofPrisoners' Rights Foundation and also of the Hotline organisation, and a memberof the Moscow Helsinki Group. In May this year Lev Ponomarev spoke at…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Elena Belokurova.Elena is a political scientist specializing in the study of civil society and acivic activist from St. Petersburg. She is the director of the organization Mosty[‘Bridges’]. The questions discussed in this podcast include: earlycareer; the NGO Bridges; Russian civil society in the 1990s; Russian…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Gleb Bogush. Gleb Bogushis a lawyer, with a PhD in law, and an associate professor at the HigherSchool of Economics in Moscow and an expert in international law. The issues discussed in the podcast include: what it means tobe an expert in international law; human rights in the practice of an internationallawyer…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Yury VadimovichSamodurov. Yury Vadimovich is a Russian civic activist, writer, museum workerand public figure. He also has a PhD in geological and mineralogical sciences.Yury Vadimovich was one of the initiators of the Memorial Society and theSakharov Museum and Public Centre. He himself was director of the Sak…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Vanessa Kogan, director of the Legal Initiative Project. Over the years, the project's lawyers have provided legal assistance to thousands of people. The Legal Initiative Project is one of the leading organisations in Russia in terms of the number of applications it has brought to the European Court of Human Ri…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Veronika Lapina, a human rights activist and friend of Team 29. The issues discussed on the podcast include: Team 29 - what it is and what it does; the extent to which NGOs or other associations can operate under current conditions in Russia; the main areas in which Team 29 works; the case of Ivan Pavlov; new l…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Yulia Fedotova, alawyer with a PhD in law from the city of Ekaterinburg. The issues discussed in the podcast include: the legalprofession; legal specialization; the Russian judicial system; successful legal cases; major human rights problems in Russia today; the role of the European Court of Human Rights; the r…
 
This week our guest on the Russian-language podcast is Stefan Melle, director of the German NGO Deutsch-Russischer Austausch (German-Russian Exchange), which is based in Berlin. Stefan is a journalist, an expert on Russia and Eastern Europe, and a leader of Russian-German and European projects to strengthen civil society, media, education, social a…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Kirill Koroteev. Kirill is head of international legal practice at the Agora International Human Rights Group. Kirill used to work as legal director of the Memorial Human Rights Center, where he specialised in handling cases before the European Court of Human Rights. Kirill graduated from the Higher School of E…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Sergei Davidis, a member of the board of the Memorial Human Rights Centre and director of the Centre's programme in support of political prisoners. The questions discussed in the podcast include: Sergei Davidis' recent prosecution and jailing ['administrative arrest']; conditions of detention; application to th…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Elena Pershakova. Elena is head of the Legal Practice for Fundamental Freedoms department at the Public Verdict Foundation. She has been involved in human rights activities since 1999 and began her career in Perm. The questions discussed in the podcast include: freedom of conscience in Perm and in Russia (about…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Tatiana Glushkova. Tatiana is a lawyer with Memorial Human Rights Centre, a member of the programme, Human Rights Protection Using International Mechanisms, a member of the coordinating council of the Project to Provide Legal Aid to Transgender People and of the board of the ‘Stumul’ LGBT group. The questions d…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Aleksandr Peredruk, a lawyer from St Petersburg and member of the St Petersburg Bar Association. Aleksandr Peredruk is currently working with 'Apologia Protesta', Agora's project to provide legal assistance to people participating in peaceful assemblies. The questions discussed in the podcast include: the recen…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Olga Sadovskaya from the Nizhny Novgorod-based human rights organisation Committee against Torture. Olga Sadovskaya is the head of the organisation's international protection department. Established in 2000, the Committee against Torture has undergone many changes but continues to be one of the leading human ri…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Damir Gainutdinov, PhD in law, head of the 'Online Freedoms' Project at Agora international human rights group and an expert on freedom of expression and the Internet. The questions the podcast discusses are: the internet and traditional media; how free is the Runet today; the vulnerability of social media user…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Anita Soboleva, lawyer, lecturer and researcher and associate professor. Anita formerly worked as chief lawyer at the NGO JURIX (Lawyers for Constitutional Rights and Freedoms). She has been a member of the Moscow region bar association since 2002. Until November 2019 Anita served two tersms as a member of the …
 
This week our guests on the podcast are Irina Borogan and Andrei Soldatov, well-known Russian journalists, creators of the website Agentura.ru and authors of the books The New Nobility, The Red Web and The Compatriots. The topics we discuss on the podcast include: journalism in contemporary Russia; journalists’s safety; the role of Russia’s secret …
 
Simon & Sergei - with Sergei Golubok. Part Three: Judicial reforms in Russia in the 1990s; Constitutional amendments of 2020; Public opinion in Russia; Relations with the Council of EuropeRights in Russia
 
This week our guest on the podcast is the well-known journalist Vera Sergeevna Vasilieva. The topics we discuss on the podcast include: human rights journalism in Russia, political prisoners, the ‘foreign agent’ law, Radio Liberty, Aleksei Pichugin, Aleksei Navalny, other landmark court cases, recent amendments to the Russian constitution, crisis i…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Sergei Golubok, a lawyer [advokat] from St. Petersburg. The topics we discuss on the podcast include: how to become a lawyer; lawyers and human rights; the rule of law; the European Court of Human Rights; conflicts between national and international law; impact of the reforms of the 1990s on the Russian legal s…
 
This week our guest on the podcast is Irina Biriukova, a lawyer at the Public Verdict Foundation. The issues we discuss with Irina include: getting started as a lawyer in Russia; work at the Civic Assistance Committee and Public Verdict Foundation; her most important court cases; combating torture in Yaroslavl penal colonies; the difference between…
 
Part Two: Threats, Moscow and the regions, human rights lawyers, Public Oversight Commissions and Human Rights Ombudsmen, the European Court of Human Rights, Aleksei Navalny.Rights in Russia
 
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