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Russia’s drug users have a right to needles, methadone and dignity
Oppression Won’t Cure Russia’s Drug Addiction
Interview: Anya Sarang, President of the Andrey Rylkov Foundation
People Who Use Injecting Drugs in Kaliningrad: Survey Results
Moscow Protest Highlights Litany of Abuses Suffered by Russia’s Drug Users
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Currently, we are collecting money to buy a minibus for a mobile service for people who use drugs in Moscow. You can help us! Please donate on the GlobalGiving website and the link below. You can find a description of our project and donate here.


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January 25th, 2015

Emergency medical support needed to prevent deaths of HIV and OST patients in Donetsk and Luhansk


December 28th, 2014

In 2013, the Ministry of Justice, supported by the courts, refused registration and official recognition to the first all-Russia association of sex workers, referring to the fact that sex work is under administrative and criminal punitive bans and therefore the right of association for sex workers is unjustified. In light of international human rights standards, in particular the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights, this paper examines whether the overall punitive legal ban on sex work in Russia is discriminatory.


December 3rd, 2014

Anya Sarang's speech at the Second World Human Rights Forum in Morocco


November 7th, 2014

We have to share one important decision with you. After 2.5 years we decided to deactivate the project aimed at collecting money for the outreach bus....


November 6th, 2014

What Do We Want For the Future: Presenting the Manifasto Berlin Declaration


October 29th, 2014

Anya Sarang's speech at a special session dedicated to the presentation of the Manifesto / Berlin Declaration within the first European Conference on Hepatitis C and Drug Use in Berlin.


October 27th, 2014

In today's Russia, it is still very difficult for NGOs that argue for health policies backed by scientific evidence and human rights to advance their agendas openly. With increasing levels of repression, few organisations are challenging the state. In the area of drug policy and treatment and AIDS, the Andrey Rylkov Foundation for Health and Social Justice (ARF) has been one of the few to take up this challenge.