More and more foreign and Russian citizens are turning to the Civic Assistance Committee as a result of schools in Moscow and the Moscow region refusing to admit their children.
Obninsk City Court is considering the appeal of human rights activist Tatiana Kotlyar
against the judgment of a lower court: she insists that she registered Ukrainian in her
apartment since she acted in conditions of extreme necessity for them.
The ruling says that the probability of Rakhimov being cruelly treated does not mean
that he will be tortured.
The authority has sent a letter to the attention of “Ganushkina” (misspelled with just one “N”) claiming that only those who have a permission to stay in Russia are to be admitted to schools.
Refugees and migrants children are often left out of the education system. Despite the fact that everyone has the right to learn, in practice parents are asked to present a registration at the place of residence,…
When the court decided to take sides with the Department of Education, the child’s parents received a phone call which told them that there was a vacant spot in a school for their son.
How the migration services in Moscow Region issued fines to asylum seekers totalling almost half a million roubles in just four months.
The first grade award was given to the Chairman of the Civic Assistance Committee by the Ambassador Vladimir Remek.
Adherer of the prohibited in China organization Falun Dafa who may be subject to torture in his homeland will not be expulsed from the country so far
Judge Irina Khimicheva upheld the sentence against a nationalist: €147 for six stab wounds.
The foreign citizen protected by ECHR from extradition to Tajikistan is taken away to an unknown destination two weeks before release.
Rights activists who accompanied the girl were accused of trying to “legalize all across-the-board”.