Kirill Koroteev on the principle of ‘universal jurisdiction’ well-known in many European countries, including Russia

9 March 2022 by Pavel Chikov, with Kirill Koroteev Source: Pavel Chikov, Telegram   Spain and Germany have launched criminal investigations into the actions of the Russian army in Ukraine  On…

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Kirill Koroteev on the Ukraine v Russia hearings before the International Court of Justice

7 March 2022 by Kirill Koroteev, head of international practice at Agora International Human Rights Group Source Pavel Chikov, Telegram The International Court of Justice in The Hague is now…

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Kirill Koroteev on international legal proceedings and the armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine

7 March 2022 by Kirill Koroteev, head of international practice at Agora International Human Rights Group Source: Pavel Chikov, Telegram In connection with the international armed conflict between Russia and…

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Pavel Chikov on the suspension of Russia from the Council of Europe

25 February 2022 by Pavel Chikov, head of the Agora International Human Rights Group Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: https://t.me/pchikov/4645] The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe has…

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Pavel Chikov: Is it possible to ensure security and commitment to democracy and human rights in Europe?

19 February 2022 by Pavel Chikov, head of the Agora International Human Rights Group Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: facebook.com/pchikov] Ultimately, a permanent member of the UN Security Council can…

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The state and the lawyers: the case of Ivan Pavlov

18 January 2022 by Katya Arenina  An extract from «Вся надежда на отчаянных одиночек»"[All hope rests on extremely brave individuals”] , Vazhnye istorii, 18 January 2022 Source: Vazhnye istorii ['Important…

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Genri Reznik’s speech at the Memorial trial: In the courtroom are descendants of those who went to prison and of those who put them there

 28 December 2021 Speech by Genri Reznik at the Memorial trial on 28 December 2021 Source: Dozhd This communication (material) has been created and (or) distributed by foreign mass media…

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Rights in Russia interview – with Grigory Vaypan, a human rights lawyer

Mary Page talks with Grigory Vaypan, a human rights lawyer based in Moscow. Grigory Vaypan is a graduate of Moscow State University, Harvard Law School, and St. Petersburg State University.…

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