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Outdated Approaches Fuelling TB in Russia, Say NGOs
Update on further negative developments around the “last way clinic” in Yekaterinburg, Russia
Interviews with patients of the Yekaterinburg TB clinic which is known as “the last way clinic” among its patients.
Individual complaint UN Special Rapporteur on the right of everyone for health
Anya Sarang and Tim Rhodes: “The last way” clinic: why tuberculosis remains an incurable disease in Russia
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March 18th, 2015

The Andrey Rylkov Foundation (ARF) needs your help again. We are running out of our supplies and need funds to purchase it in order to make it untill June.


March 17th, 2015

Yesterday in Geneva within its 113 Session the UN Human Rights Committee considered State reports of a number of countries on the implementation of their obligations in accordance with the International Convenant on Civil and Political Rights. On of the reports considered was of Russian Federation. The representatives of non-government organizations which submitted their Shadow […]


March 3rd, 2015

New UN report highlights ongoing conflicts on the death penalty for drugs: as countries ramp up executions, UN drugs meeting in Vienna to be scene of heightened debate


January 29th, 2015

On January 2, a Grandpa Frost and Snow Maiden from the Andrey Rylkov Foundation visited five children from four families of drug dependent people and celebrated the New Year with them. This was an amazing New Year experience that filled our hearts with warmth and holiday joy. That’s why we decided not to write upbeat reports but rather, to just publish the impressions of those who took part in this interesting activity.


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