Human rights defender Oyub Titiev convicted following an unfair and absurd judicial process

Today a court in Chechnya, Russia, sentenced human rights defender Oyub Titiev to 4 years in prison on trumped-up charges after an unfair trial. Titiev and the human rights NGO for which he was working – Memorial, have long been…read more

Women’s Rights – The Bulletin of ADC Memorial is online

In this issue: pluralism of contemporary feminism, “All jobs for all women” campaign news, solidarity in fighting against sexual violence, a report on situation of women human rights defenders, the persecution of a feminist artist from Tajikistan, the story of…read more

Human Rights Defenders Welcome Kyrgyzstan’s Plan to Implement CERD Recommendations

FIDH and its member organizations welcome the Kyrgyz government’s adoption of the Interagency Roadmap for 2019–2022 to implement CERD’s recommendations. These recommendations were issued by the Committee after its consideration of Kyrgyzstan’s state report and alternative reports from civil society,…read more

ADC Memorial Welcomes the Inaugural International Day of Education

January 24, 2019 marks the first celebration of International Day of Education, which was proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly. In her message, Audrey Azoulay, Director-General of UNESCO, stressed that without undertaking bold political obligations in education, “countries will…read more

Publication dated to the International Migrants Day: Contradictions between the Global Compact for Migration and the Russian migration policy

Today, on December 18th, International Migrants Day, we have prepared postcards on the discrepancies between the Global Compact and Russia’s new Strategy for Migration Policy.