In the last years, it has been widely reported how human rights in several post-Soviet states have been curtailed. In Russia under President Vladimir Putin, increasing restrictions on the freedom of assembly, expression, and association have been implemented, and their impact on human rights has been well documented. But how do these repressive measures aect targeted individuals? And how can these problems be addressed?
Dr. Mikhail Savva (Krasnodar/Kyiv), professor in political science and former chairman of Southern Regional Resource Centre Zoya Svetova (Moscow), journalist and human rights defender, expert on the justice system and prison conditions. Currently reporting for Open Russia.
Dr. Lena Jonson, Associated Research Fellow of the Russia and Eurasia Programme at UI.
Natalia Gryaznevich (Saint Petersburg), Member of the federal council of Open Russia. Candidate for Parnas Party during the last parliamentary elections.
Dr. Mikhail Savva (Krasnodar/Kyiv), professor in political science and former chairman of Southern Regional Resource Centre.
Plats: The Swedish Institute of International Affairs, Drottning Kristinas väg 37, Stockholm
Datum: 16 november, 2017
Tid: 13:30 - 16:30