monthly archives

How Does National and International Law Protect Foreign Offenders?

The Russian human rights defender explains that in Russia, foreigners who have committed offences almost inevitably face expulsion or deportation, and asks about any solutions to this problem available in the EU countries

  Russian Federation
may 2017
CeRe: Increasing Citizen Participation in Romania

The Resource Centre for Public Participation assists civic groups in organising, campaigning and communicating with local authorities

  Romania
may 2017
Three Organisations Associated with Mikhail Khodorkovsky Declared ‘Undesirable’ in Russia

Russian authorities have banned the U.K-based Open Russia organisation and civic movement sharing the same name, and the U.S-based Institute of Modern Russia

  Russian Federation
may 2017
Vigjilenca Abazi: “Whistleblowing is a Manifestation of Freedom of Expression”

The co-author of the draft directive for whistle-blower protection across the European Union on the importance of disclosures and the difficulty to ensure that legitimate secrets are kept safe and all other information is publicly available

  European Union
may 2017