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HRH Moscow Publications


Members of the HRH Moscow are engaged in publishing activities and produce publications related to their respective fields of activities.

Supervisory appeal, Series “Know your rights!” (in Russian) 

The brochure answers the most frequent questions, the Center receives. The manual aims to help the administration of penal establishments.

Reduction of Russia´s Prison Population: Possibilities and Limits.
by Valery Abramkin (in English), Moscow Center for Prison Reform

A lawyer’s advice for parents of dead soldiers, Moscow,

2005.- in Russian

The author and editor – Veronika Marchenko

Russian NGOs’ Alternative Report - Comments to Russia’s Federal "Third Periodic Report on Realization in Russian Federation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1998-2002". Moscow, 2005.

Dangerous thoughts by Yury Orlov (MHG), 2006

The Language of Hate: A Slip of the Tongue or Racism? (in English), Moscow Helsinki Group

Public control in penal institutions 

This collection of materials is prepared in the frame of the following projects: “Prevention of Tortures in Closed Institutions in Countries of Central and Eastern Europe”.

 Situation of Prisoners in Contemporary the Russian Federation

The given publication was prepared within the Project Human Rights Monitoring Network in the Russian Federation implemented by the Moscow Helsinki Group in partnership with the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, the Netherlands Helsinki Committee, the Polish Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights and human rights organizations from 89 regions of the Russian Federation
Chief Monitoring Coordinators: T. Lokshina, S. Lukashevskii
Chief Editor: T. Lokshina
Rendered into English by: MBS Intellect Services Inc. Translation and Interpretation Agency
Editors: N. Kravchuk, I. Sergeeva, J. Surroca

Human Rights in Russian Regions. Collection on the Human Rights Situation Across the Territory of the Russian Federation in the Year 2001 (in English)

This Collection of Reports was compiled by the Moscow Helsinki Group within the framework of the Project “Monitoring of Human Rights in Russia”
with participation of the Union of Councils for Soviet Jews
and regional human rights organizations from 89 subjects of the Russian Federation.

Director of the Project: D. Meshcheryakov
Chief Editor: T. Lokshina
Rendered into English by:
T. Lokshina and MBS Intellect Services Inc.
Translation and Interpretation Agency

Editors: I. Sergeeva, N. Kravchuk, A. Kendall, M. Bentley

Discrimination against women in contemporary the Russian Federation

The Report has been drafted and published within the framework of the Program Monitoring of the Situation with Discrimination against Women in the Russian Federation implemented by the Moscow Helsinki Group and partner-organizations in 20 regions of the Russian Federation with financial assistance of the UK Foreign Office Human Rights Projects Fund in May 2002 — April 2003.
Monitoring Coordinators: S. Lukashevskiy, A. Novikova
Chief Editor: T. Lokshina

Nationalism, xenophobia and intolerance in contemporary the Russian Federation

The Report was prepared within the framework of the Project Human Rights Monitoring Network, implemented by the Moscow Helsinki Group in partnership with the International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights, the Netherlands Helsinki Committee, the Polish Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights and human rights organizations from 89 regions of the Russian Federation.

Chief Editor: T. Lokshina
Rendered into English by: MBS Intellect Services Inc. Translation and Interpretation Agency
Editors: A. Kendall, J. Rideout, I. Sergeeva, Ph. Smaylovsky
Layout and Design: N. Kostenko, P. Sotkina


the Russian Federation pays high price for its own criminal policy in the Chechen Republic

 

Social resettlement of girls, having completed their terms

 by Elena Gordeeva. Moscow Center for Prison Reform, Moscow, 2009

 

'Protection of children from violence and rude treatment', Right of the Child Foundation, 2010.

The book is published within the joint project of RRCHR 'Prevention of tortures and violent treatment in closed establishments of Russia'. The authors focused on the problem of prevention of violent treatment of children in the Russian Federation.

 'Child is in danger. What is to be done?', Right of the Child Foundation,2010. 

The brochure is issued within the joint project of RRCHR 'Prevention of tortures and violent treatment in closed establishments of Russia'. The experts present a set of recommendations for organizations dealing with problems of violent treatment of children, methods of prevention of violent reatment of children, etc.

 'For prisoners: How to submit an application', Moscwo Center for Prison Reform, 2010.

The book is published within a project  'Information assistance to vulnerable categories of citizens on social and legal issues'. The brochure includes citations from the Criminal Code of Russian Federation, judicial desicions, latest news and legislative changes.




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