Whist the case of ‘Restrukt’ is passed from one department to the other, Alexander Lee, victim of the attack by neo-Nazis is suffering. He again needs help: a severe fracture of the femur complicated by necrosis and constant, uncontrollable pain has added to the immediate necessity for an operation. Sasha’s condition is critical. As a result, we are turning to you and we ask you to make a donation to support him.
Civic Assistance Committee prepared the report Russia as a Country of Asylum, which is based on the results of years of Committe work in assistance to refugees. It also contains the data of a special monitoring of migration services work and court hearings on refugees’ cases in Moscow and Moscow region. The full English version of the report is now available for downloading.
On April 20, 2015, Civic Assistance Committee was put on the list of organisations, acting as ‘foreign agents’. The causes, designated as ‘political activities’, were the declaration of the necessity of humanization of the prison system in Russia and anticorruption expert examination, made at the expence of presidential grant.
On May 10, the report on mass deportation of foreigners from Russia was presented by Konstantin Troitsky, the Head of Monitoring Group of Civic Assistance Committee. You can download now the full Russian version of the report “Administrative Expulsion from Russia: Court Proceedings Or Mass Expulsion?”by following the link below.
The Civic Assistance Committee projects coordinator Anastasiya Denisova participated in elaboration of the volume ‘Hate Crime Victim Support in Europe – A Practical Guide’, contributing with case study, Committee’s assisting in investigation of racist murder, committed in June 2009 by a group of young members of a nationalistic movement from the Moscow regional town Protvino.