Karinna Moskalenko: And Europe should learn its lessons from this too

28 May 2022 by Karinna Moskalenko Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: Facebook] The International Protection Centre has received notification from the European Court of Human Rights that the long-awaited…

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Karinna Moskalenko: Learn lessons and start a new drive to join the Council of Europe. But, first of all, the current madness must be stopped

20 May 2022 by Karinna Moskalenko, human rights lawyer and member of the Moscow Helsinki Group Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: Фейсбук] There is a “Ministerial” in Turin (Italy) today…

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The last train to Strasbourg leaves on 15 September. Karinna Moskalenko in conversation with Leonid Nikitinsky

20 March 2022 Leonid Nikitinsky in conversation with Karinna Moskalenko Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: "Новая газета"] The European Court will continue to consider applications by Russians that have already…

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Karinna Moskalenko: Torture in Russia – how it goes

30 June 2021 by Karinna Moskalenko, attorney, international lawyer, member of the Moscow Helsinki Group Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: Эхо Москвы] On 28 June 2021, a group of lawyers…

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Rights in Russia Interview – with Karinna Moskalenko, a leading Russian human rights lawyer

Mary Page talks with Karinna Moskalenko, one of Russia's leading human rights lawyers and a member of the Moscow Helsinki Group. For many years, as well as litigation in the…

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Karinna Moskalenko on why political murders remain unsolved

20 May 2021 Pictured: Karinna Moskalenko, lawyer, international lawyer, member of the Moscow Helsinki Group. Photo: Anna Artemyeva / Novaya Gazeta Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: Радио Свобода] 17 May…

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Karinna Moskalenko on the prosecution of Ivan Pavlov: Hands off our lawyers! Hands off our human rights!

3 May 2021 Pictured: Karina Moskalenko, lawyer, international jurist, and member of the Moscow Helsinki Group an extract from 'Зачистка по всем фронтам' Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: Radio…

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Karinna Moskalenko: “If I am convinced of my position, and I am unable to protect human rights at the national level, then I go to the European Court of Human Rights.”

Karinna Moskalenko 26 April 2021 An extract Source: Moscow Helsinki Group [original source: Эхо Москвы] S. Kriuchkov: [...] Based on the everyday realities of many of our compatriots today, there…

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Karinna Moskalenko: “Sometimes justice and the legal system don’t coincide, sometimes they do.”

13 April 2021 A. Petrovskaya of Ekho Moskvy in conversation with lawyer and member of the Moscow Helsinki Group Karinna Moskalenko An extract from 'Милосердие и закон. Справедливость и правосудие.…

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Karinna Moskalenko: “The presumption of innocence and other standards are not in fact being observed in Russian courts.”

31 March 2021 Karinna Moskalenko, lawyer, international legal expert, member of the Moscow Helsinki Group, on the “Have Your Say” podcast with Zoya Svetova and Anna Stavitskaya (30 March 2021…

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