Rights in Russia interview – with Konstantin Sonin, economist at the University of Chicago

This month Mary Page talks with Konstantin Sonin, John Dewey Distinguished Service Professor at the Harris School at the University of Chicago. Konstantin Sonin, a Russia-born economist, received his Master…

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Rights in Russia interview – with Bill Bowring, Russia expert, teacher of human rights and international law and practising barrister

This month Mary Page talks with Professor Bill Bowring who teaches human rights and international law at Birkbeck College, University of London. Bill Bowring first visited Russia in 1983, and…

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Rights in Russia Interview – with Ed Rekosh: “Russian human rights civil society had as much effect on US human rights civil society as vice versa”

This month Mary Page talks with Ed Rekosh, a US academic and innovative leader in the global human rights community. Ed Rekosh has been a member of the adjunct faculty…

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Rights in Russia interview – with Sergei Nikitin, head of Amnesty International’s Moscow office from 2003 to 2017

This month Mary Page talks with Sergei Nikitin, head of Amnesty International’s representative office in Russia from 2003 until 2017. Originally from Gatchina near St. Petersburg, Sergei Nikitin studied the…

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Rights in Russia interview – with Nataliya Sekretareva, head of the legal team at Memorial Human Rights Defence Centre

Mary Page talks with Nataliya Sekretareva, a Russian human rights lawyer who works as head of the legal team at the Memorial Human Rights Defence Centre. Before that, Nataliya worked…

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Rights in Russia interview – with Anton Burkov on the Russian legal system and lawyering in Russia

Mary Page talks with Dr Anton Burkov, a native of Ekaterinburg where for many years he worked with the human rights NGO Sutyazhnik. In 2001 he received the FEMIDA award…

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

Mary Page talks with leading Russian human rights lawyer, Karinna Moskalenko. In 2001 she won the first ever case against the Russian Federation at the European Court of Human Rights…

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Rights in Russia interview – with Lisa Sundstrom on Russia, civil society, human rights and international law

Mary Page Lisa Sundstrom Mary Page talks with Lisa Sundstrom, a professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of British Columbia where she teaches courses in international…

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Rights in Russia interview – with Benjamin Nathans, Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania

Mary Page talks with Benjamin Nathans, the Alan Charles Kors Associate Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania. Professor Nathans teaches and writes about Imperial Russia and the Soviet…

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