Protests in the Czech Republic: A Perspective From Russia

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Last weekend, on 16 November 2019, dissatisfied citizens gathered for large-scale demonstrations all over the Czech Republic, demanding the resignation of the sitting Prime Minister Andrej Babiš. The biggest demonstration took place in Prague, where about 300 000 people took to the streets. As a part of the Forum Solidarity Group’s mission, the Russian activists Evgenia Kulakova (St. Petersburg Memorial) and Miroslav Mishinov (Movement of Сonscientious Objectors to Military Service, St. Petersburg) came to observe how the Czech citizens exercise their right to peaceful assembly.

21 Nov 2019 Read more

D’EST Association hold its 10th Ateliers in France

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This September, the D’EST Association organised the 10th Ateliers for the exchange of experience between representatives of Russia and France. Eight school teachers, social educators, NGO heads and representatives of local administrations and regional ministries from Moscow, Krasnogorsk, Yekaterinburg, Kaluga Region, and Yakutia took part in the Ateliers. The Ateliers were […]

30 Sep 2019 Read more