Fridays for Future: We Need to Act Together – Now
On 29 November, a new round of protests organised by the Fridays for Future movement took place in different cities all over the world. On behalf of the Solidarity group of the EU-Russia Civil Society Forum, Anna Fomina, a lawyer from St. Petersburg specializing on climate issues, and Anna Wågen, intern at the Forum, observed the climate strike in Berlin.
Protests in the Czech Republic: A Perspective From Russia
[ + ] 1. ↑ For more information on the Shies landfill, see https://eu-russia-csf.org/the-north-is-not-a-landfill-stop-construction-works-at-the-shies-landfill-and-pressure-on-activists-address-by-the-working-group-environment-of-the-eu/
Alternative Civilian Service in Russia – a Choice of Last-Ditchers?
An opinion piece on alternative civilian service and conscientious objection in Russia by Yuri Ledenyov, coordinator of the Conscentious Objectors’ Movement
Prevent not Fill Up – A Perspective on the Waste Disposal from France
Sea Watch: Whose Guilt It Really Is
Elena Belokurova: “During the ‘Autumn Talks’ in St. Petersburg We’ll Be Discussing How the School, Higher, Further and Civic Education is Changing in Europe”
Interview with Elena Belokurova, Head of the Board at the German-Russian Exchange (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Olga Sadovskaya: “In the Last 20 Years, the Problem of Torture Has Completely Stepped Out of the Shadow and Stopped Being Latent”
Interview with Olga Sadovskaya, vice-president of the Russian public organisation Committee Against Torture and member of the EU-Russia Civil Society Board
No Technology Comes As “Climate Shadowless”
“And what about everyone else?” On the magic of the Golunov’s precedent
Mikhail Tumasov: “The Forum is an Opportunity for Us to Find Allies and Like-Minded People and Work Together for Human Rights to Actually Work in Russia”
Interview with Mikhail Tumasov, Russian LGBT Network (St. Petersburg, Russia)