Stanislav Dmitrievsky

Stanislav DmitrievskyStanislav Dmitrievsky

Human Rights in Russia

Stanislav Dmitrievsky is the head of the Russian-Chechen Friendship Society, a human rights organisation registered in Finland, and is active in the civil society movement against the reportedly unlawful de-listing and demolition of buildings of cultural significance.

Front Line Defenders has issued urgent appeals and news items about Stanislav Dmitrievsky:

29 November 2012 - Human rights defender Mr Stanislav Dmitrievsky summoned to court hearing for documenting human rights abuses in Chechnya

6 November 2012 - Ongoing harassment of human rights defender Mr Stanislav Dmitrievsky

1 November 2012 - Raid on the office of the Russian-Chechen Friendship Society and smear campaign against its chairman Stanislav Dmitrievsky

24 July 2012 - Arrest and charges against human rights defender Stanislav Dmitrievsky

27 March 2012 - Attack on the offices of the Russian-Chechen Friendship Society as part of an ongoing campaign of intimidation and harassment

9 June 2011 - Harassment of human rights defenders in Nizhny Novgorod on the eve of the European Union-Russia summit

29 April 2011 - Questioning of human rights defender Mr Stanislav Dmitrievsky

14 August 2008 - Attack on the home of human rights defender Stanislav Dmitrievsky

16 April 2008 - Raid on the office of Nizhny Novgorod Foundation to Support Tolerance

26 October 2006 - Russian court closes leading human rights defenders group