Weekly Update week-ending 30 July 2021Donate: Support Us!Our publications from the past weekRights in Russia week-ending 30 July 2021Rights in Russia interview – with Peter Reddaway, professor emeritus of political science and international affairs at George Washington University“Опять двадцать пять!” Bill Bowring asks Sergei Trutnev 25 questionsPodcast No. 83. Simon & Sergei – with Alena VershininaPodcast No. 84. Simon & Sergei – with Grigory Vaipan.OVD-Weekly Bulletin No. 213: When they came for the journalists and National BolsheviksCongress of the Intelligentsia: “30 years ago, freedom and democracy were defended”“Freedom of speech – it’s a matter of self-respect.” Galina Arapova on why she has been defending the rights of journalists in Russia for a quarter of a centuryGrigory Melkonyants: The Central Election Commission cancels live video broadcasts from polling stationsIgor Yakovenko: ‘Scorched earth’ tactics“Before the First Star.” Leonid Nikitinsky on the designation of the Institute for Law & Public Policy as a ‘foreign agent’Moscow PEN Centre and the Free Speech Association: Statement on the attack on free speech and the erosion of the foundations of the journalistic professionKirill Koroteev on the legalisation of same-sex unions after the ECtHR’s decisionLev Ponomarev on political prisoners in CrimeaVera Vasilieva on those imprisoned: ‘Under the hammer of repression’Zoya Svetova: “There is a goal to ‘clean up the media’, and they are cleaning it up”Sergei Lukashevsky on Vladimir Putin’s controversial articleYury Samodurov: This is not about voting, it’s about YavlinskySimon Cosgrove: A look back at the past week in RussiaPost author:Rights in RussiaPost published:August 4, 2021Post category:Weekly UpdatePost comments:0 Comments You Might Also Like Weekly Update week-ending 18 March 2022 March 22, 2022 Weekly Update, week-ending 18 June 2021 June 23, 2021 Weekly Update [week-ending 11 November 2022] November 15, 2022Leave 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.