Poison, Torture, Lies and Repression: Human Rights in Putin’s Russia

October 12, 2018

The Conservative Party Human Rights Commission is presenting its in-depth report into the current state of Human Rights in Putin’s Russia. Three survivors and exiles of the Putin regime are to talk about their experience and views on how the Kremlin deals with Human Rights.

On Tuesday 23rd October the Conservative Party are presenting their report on Human Rights in Russia. This report is the product as months of investigations, including evidence gathered from individuals who have been personally targeted by the Putin regime. Open Russia and Mikhail Khodorkovsky have been working closely with researchers to ensure that the report contains a comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of the state of human rights in Russia. Open Russia’s human rights team have been particularly important to this process.

Here are the key details about the event:

  • Location: Room G32 in Millbank House (by College Green), Westminster
  • Time: 4-6pm on Tuesday 23 October, 2018
  • Speakers: Mikhail Khodorkovsky (former political prisoner and founder of Open Russia); Bill Browder (Author Red Notice: How I Became Putin’s No1 Enemy and Head of the Global Magnetsky Campaign); Marina Litvinenko (Widow of murdered Alexander Litvinenko)

A report by the Conservative Party Human Rights Commission

Tuesday 23 October, 2018

4pm-6pm

Room G32 in Millbank House (by College Green), Westminster

 

Opening remarks by:

Fiona Bruce MP, Chair of the Conservative Party Human Rights Commission

Chaired by: David Burrowes

 

Speakers include:

Mikhail Khodorkovsky (Former political prisoner and founder of Open Russia)

Bill Browder (Author of Red Notice: How I Became Putin’s No 1 Enemy Red Notice: How I Became Putin’s No 1 Enemy)

Marina Litvinenko (Widow of murdered Alexander Litvinenko)

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