Weekly Update week-ending 17 December 2021Donate: Support Us!Our publications from the past week.Rights in Russia week-ending 17 December 2021“Опять двадцать пять!” Bill Bowring asks Nadezhda Kutepova 25 questionsPodcast No. 96. Simon & Sergei – with Ivan PavlovOVD-Info Weekly Bulletin No. 233: There’s no such thing as an ‘ex’ police officer!Ilya Shablinsky: Putin and his entourage know that there is a human rights doctrine. But they have vested interests in maintaining the status quo.Leonid Nikitinsky: With a view of the Kremlin. The most vivid parts of the president’s meeting with the Human Rights Council were not broadcast in full. Here’s what actually happened.Leonid Nikitinsky: Police fire proved a blankViktor Shenderovich: Muratov and Sokurov are fightersLev Ponomarev: “A colonel no more.” Putin’s new decreeLev Ponomarev: Will the private sector save Russia from foreign agents?Aleksandr Podrabinek: The Prisoner’s ReplyAleksandr Podrabinek: The Mizulina RoleLiubov Mosseeva-Helier: “It was an eventful day.” An account of 10th December, Human Rights Day.Memorial Human Rights Centre: Ufa opposition activist Liliya Chanysheva is a political prisonerMemorial Human Rights Centre: The prosecution of Nizhny Novgorod opposition activists Natalia Rezontova and Roman Tregubov is unlawful and politically motivatedMemorial Human Rights Centre: Navalny supporter assaulted at a St. Petersburg protest is a political prisonerSimon Cosgrove: A look back at the past week in Russia [week-ending 17 December 2021]Post author:Rights in RussiaPost published:December 23, 2021Post category:Weekly UpdatePost comments:0 Comments You Might Also Like Weekly Update week-ending 5 February 2021 February 9, 2021 Weekly Update week-ending 19 November 2021 November 24, 2021 Weekly Update week-ending 7 February 2020 April 8, 2020Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to commentEnter your email address to commentEnter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.