Mary Page talks with Roman Kiselev, head of Legal Programmes at the Moscow Helsinki Group. Roman Kiselev (pictured right) graduated in political science from the Higher School of Economics in Moscow and has a Masters degree in human rights law from Middlesex University in London. He has also worked for the London-based European Human Rights Advocacy Centre. Roman Kiselev has recently been working in particular on freedom of expression in Russia and on human rights issues in relation to Belarus. The Moscow Helsinki Group is Russia’s oldest human rights organisation, originally founded by Soviet dissidents in 1976 to monitor fulfilment by the Soviet government of the 1975 Helsinki Accords.