Weekly Update, week-ending 18 June 2021Donate: Support Us!Our publications from the past weekRights in Russia interview with Bill BowringPodcast No. 77. Simon & Sergei – with Yulia Fedotova“Опять двадцать пять!” Bill Bowring asks Sergei Poduzov 25 questionsRights in Russia week-ending 18 June 2021OVD-Info Weekly Bulletin No. 207: You’re undesirable, in RussiaTeam 29: ✔️ Hunger gamesIvan Pavlov: On the new enemies of the peopleLev Ponomarev on the persecution of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia: “The whole world sees this tragic absurdity”Lev Ponomarev on the arrest of Dmitry Gudkov and the closing of Open Russia in the context of continuing pressure on the oppositionBoris Vishnevsky on the legislation on ‘undesirable organisations’: “The former Constitutional Court would simply abolish these laws.”The Prosecutor’s Office will represent Russia at the European Court of Human Rights – previously a responsibility of the Ministry of Justice. What does this mean for applicants and lawyers? [Advokatskaya ulitsa]Pavel Chikov: What the Russian state is telling society in 2021 – ‘We are strong.’Pavel Chikov on the legal aspects of compulsory vaccination: “An application to the ECtHR would be pointless.”Memorial Human Rights Centre: Ismet Ibragimov, a Crimean resident accused of involvement in the banned Islamic organisation Hizb ut-Tahrir, is a political prisoner“Dear friends and colleagues, we are asking you for your support!” – Moscow Helsinki GroupSimon Cosgrove: A look back at the past week in Russia [week-ending 18 June 2021]Simon Cosgrove reviews ‘The Dissidents’ by Peter Reddaway: ‘A profound tribute to the moral imperative to speak out in the name of truth and human rights in a repressive society.’Post author:Rights in RussiaPost published:June 23, 2021Post category:Weekly UpdatePost comments:0 Comments You Might Also Like Weekly Update [week-ending 24 February 2023] February 28, 2023 Weekly Update [week-ending 18 February 2022] February 23, 2022 Weekly Update week-ending 5 March 2021 March 10, 2021Leave 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.