Knight International Journalism Award recipient Roman Anin paid tribute to Sergei Magnitsky, who “sacrificed his life for the truth” by revealing that millions went missing from the Russian treasury.
Director of the Russia Studies Centre at the Henry Jackson Society, Dr Andrew Foxall, spoke to BBC Newsnight about the High Court’s decision to throw out a libel case against Bill Browder, the former client of Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky.
Alan Mendoza, Director of the Henry Jackson Society, discusses the recent posthumous conviction of Sergei Magnitsky and the failings of the Russian justice system.
A Lecture by William Browder, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder, Hermitage Capital Management
Symposium on Cultural Diplomacy & Human Rights
“Towards a Global Human Rights Culture: The Need for a Collective Alliance in the Protection & Promotion of Human Rights” (Berlin; May 27th – June 1st, 2013)
Bill Browder spoke to an ALDE Group conference on the subject of Russian Political Prisoners.
The ALDE Group organised a seminar on political prisoners in Russia. A debate on the issue seems even more important since the mass arrests following the demonstrations in Moscow last year. Other speakers included Mikhail Kasyanov and Ludmilla Alexeeva.
The event coincided with Mr Mikhail Khodorkovsky’s 50th birthday
William Browder speaking to Voice of America about INTERPOL and his campaign for justice for Sergei Magnitsky.
Bill Browder gave a speech at the Oslo Freedom Forum on 13 May 2013. He was telling delegates about the case of his murdered lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, the ongoing cover-up of his death and how they are now putting Sergei himself on trial posthumously.