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December 12th, 2017

Russians Targeted for Links to Foreign ‘Undesirable’ Groups. Our case is also highlighted in the article.


November 25th, 2017

The requirements of the Prosecutor's Office are absolutely illegal and we will appeal against them. We consider that the situation is completely unacceptable as we have to pay these illegally imposed fines instead of spending this amount of money on saving lives, protecting people from HIV and preventing drug overdoses.


November 22nd, 2017

A court in Moscow fined us for 50,000 rubles (US$862) for a 2011 hyperlink at our website to a publication on the OSF website


April 18th, 2017

The story of our fight to get rid of the foreign agent status (still in process...)


January 16th, 2017

The Andrey Rylkov Foundation distributes sterile needles to people who use drugs on the streets of Moscow. Now they are facing the Ministry of Justice which is accusing them of being “foreign agents”. Ivan Varentsov explains the case.


December 14th, 2016

«We are totally left without any financial or moral support to fight not only the epidemic, but also a government, which sabotages the health protection of their citizens».


October 18th, 2016

The Moscow City Court affirmed the decision of Horoshevsky District Court from August 30 and has refused the Ministry of Justice request to lay charges against Andrey Rylkov Foundation.


September 6th, 2016

The Khoroshevskiy District Court of Moscow has dismissed the charges against Andrey Rylkov Foundation for its failure to register itself as a foreign agent.


July 1st, 2016

On June 29, 2016, The Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation, in accordance with the federal law “on non-profit organizations,” included our organization, the Andrey Rylkov Foundation for Health and Social Justice in its list of “foreign agents”.


May 16th, 2014

A report from the London School of Economics outlines the enormous negative outcomes and collateral damage from the war on drugs and calls for new, evidence-based approaches to drug use and the drug trade