, translator, is a student of government and philosophy at the
University of Virginia. Her interests include Plato's philosophy and modern theories
of human rights.
recently gained a Masters Degree in Applied Translation Studies from the
University of Leeds and now works as a full-time translator. Her interests encompass all
of Russian culture with a particular passion for the works of Dmitri Shostakovich and the
novels of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, as well as history, most particularly Russia in the 20th
century and the role that women played during that time.
is 37 years-old, and a (nearly) final year student of Russian. She
lives in Leigh-on-sea in Essex with her long-term partner, Gary, and 2 cats, Hamish
and Morag. Originally from Edinburgh, Nathalie loves running and gardening
(preferably not at the same time), and is a great fan of Russian Literature.
graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2011 with first class
honours in Russian. She now works as a freelance translator specialising in games
localisation. In addition to Rights in Russia, Ashley does pro bono translation work
for other organisations including the European Human Rights Advocacy Centre.
Originally from Northern Ireland, she is currently based in London. Her professional
website can be found here
Graham Jones lives in Sheffield and has a lifelong interest in human rights in the
Soviet Union and Russia. He was Amnesty International UK country coordinator for
Russia and the Former Soviet Union for eleven years.
graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a first class honours
degree in Russian Studies and Linguistics in 2011. She is currently working as a
translator / style editor for RIA Novosti in Moscow and studying part-time for an MA in
Translation Studies with the University of Portsmouth.
is a student at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill specializing in
Eastern European/Russian politics and Slavic languages and literatures. Originally from
Moscow, Russia, she has spent a semester living in Prague, Czech Republic and served as a
reporting intern at The Moscow Times.
with particular emphasis on Translating and Interpreting.
is a freelance Russian and Arabic translator based in New York City
with her husband and young daughter. She holds a first-class honours degree in
Russian and Politics from Durham University and worked for seven years as an analyst,
translator and linguist team leader in the UK Government.
joined the International Secretariat of Amnesty International where she spent
four years as a coordinator for Amnesty International’s representative office in
Moscow. She is currently pursuing a course in NGO Management at Cass
Business School, City University London. She has a BA in English Language
from the Moscow State University.
graduated from Queen Mary, University of London in 2007 with a BA first class honours in Russian.
She is now a full-time mother and lives with her husband and daughter in Gravesend, Kent.