Sulaimon Saidov, a citizen of Tajikistan, filed an application with the European Court of Human Rights concerning inefficient investigation by Russian authorities of the criminal case on his attempted murder, in which the motive of racial and ethnic hatred was disregarded.
Bloody conflict continues in Darfur, hundreds of thousands have fled from the Republic of Sudan. However, in Russia in most cases they are refused to be recognized as refugees.
The retiree left Karabakh with a Soviet document shortly before the collapse of the Soviet Union and turned into a stateless person in the view of Russian bureaucracy.
One of the most common problems in institutions of the penitentiary system is the impunity of officers who torture prisoners. Over 40% of complaints made to the Committee in the past three years from people who serve sentences are related to physical violence.
State Duma passed amendments to the Federal law “On citizenship of the Russian Federation”.
Instead of inviting a translator to the hearing, Meschansky district court judge V.A.Diachkova first taught names of the months and digits in Russian to the individuals detained for alleged administrative offense, and then just ordered their expulsion from Russia without due consideration of the case and with gross violation of the judicial procedure.
Human rights organization Civic Assistance and “Such Cases” launch the joint project “Myths about Migrations” where experts refute stereotypes of foreigners living in Russia.
“Such Cases” and Civic Assistance Committee on International Migrant Day complete the cycle of myths about foreigners living in Russia. HSE anthropologist Yekaterina Demintseva, an associate professor at the Higher School of Economics, explains why there are more migrant children in schools and why this trend is positive for Russian society.
“Such Cases” and the Civic Assistance Committee continue to dismantle the myths about migrants. HSE anthropologist Ekaterina Demintseva refutes the misconception that foreigners enjoy numerous Russian benefits and explains why it would be better for all of us if this were true.
“Such Cases” and the Civic Assistance Committee continue to dismantle the myths about migrants. Sergey Abashin, a professor at the anthropology department of the European University at St. Petersburg, considers how much money the migrants send to their homeland and whether these figures really are large.
“Such Cases” and the Civic Assistance Committee continue to dismantle the myths about migrants. Doctor of Economic Sciences Irina Ivakhnyuk examines a common misconception that the overall level of wages in the sector fall due to foreign workers.
“Such Cases” and the Civic Assistance Committee continue to dismantle the myths about migrants. Doctor of Economics Irina Ivakhnyuk tells us why foreign workers do not take jobs away from Russians, but, on the contrary, save the labor market.