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Protesting rights in Russia

Last update: Jan 26, 2022

In this guide, you will learn about your rights as an activist in Russia. We will talk about some legal matters and go into common police practices.

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External resources

  • OVD-Info: they fight against political persecution, provide legal assistance to detainees [English page]
  • DOXA Journal: an independent journal about the modern university, they help students and university staff detained at mass actions
  • Committee Against Torture (ะšะพะผะธั‚ะตั‚ ะฟั€ะพั‚ะธะฒ ะฟั‹ั‚ะพะบ): provide professional legal and medical assistance to victims of prison

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