Pavel Ustinov has committed no crime. He was remanded in custody on evidence of riot police officers that was identical word for word.
Gadzhiev has been charged with involvement in Islamic State, an organisation banned in Russia, because of an interview with a Muslim preacher
Six Muslims have been convicted on charges of involvement with Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organisation banned in Russia
Konstantin Kotov is probably the first person to be charged in post-Soviet Russia whose case was investigated in less than three days
Joint Statement by Human Rights Organizations
We believe Andrei Borovikov to be a victim of an unlawful, politically-motivated prosecution
Zarifa Sautieva attempted to halt clashes between protesters and law enforcement officers at a protest on 26 March 2019 in Magas
The discussion happened as a part of a series of events organized around the anniversary of human rights activist Natalia Estemirova’s murder.
Six Muslims have been convicted of involvement in Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami, an organisation banned in Russia
The five men have been tried under terrorism law without being accused of terrorism
Memorial Human Rights Centre considers the charges groundless and demands the release of the 75-year-old academic.
Memorial Human Rights Centre considers the charges groundless and demands that all defendants be released.
For the very first time Russian activists, journalists and human rights defenders will gather together in Moscow to discuss the topic.
On 28 June the Russian Ministry of Justice added the Free Russia Foundation [Фонд ‘Свободная Россия’] to the so-called ‘list of undesirable non-governmental organisations’.
Barakhoev, Malsagov, Nalgiev, Uzhakhov and Chemurziev were not involved in ‘organising acts of violence.’ On the contrary, they sought to prevent clashes between protesters and law enforcement officers.
We demand all charges against the journalist be dropped.
We demand his immediate release.
We demand the immediate end of their criminal prosecutions and the release of those deprived of their liberty.
Crimean Tatar Renat Suleimanov has been sentenced to four years in a prison colony for his religious beliefs.