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Brussels roundtable: The shrinking space for civil society in Russia

Brussels roundtable: The shrinking space for civil society in Russia
Brussels roundtable: The shrinking space for civil society in Russia

On 3 June 2014, International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and Amnesty International are organizing a roundtable discussion in Brussels on the topic: “The shrinking space for civil society in Russia.” Speakers include the following Russian civil society representatives: Natalia Taubina from the Public Verdict Foundation, Yuri Dzhibladze from the Centre for the Development of Democracy and Human Rights and Maria Suchkova, a human rights lawyer. At the event, IPHR will also present a new report about the application of the “foreign agents” law by Russian courts, which has been prepared as part of a project implemented within the framework of the Civic Solidarity Platform.

For more information, see the invitation (by clicking on the image to the right).

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