Russia stepping up its onslaught on freedom of association
In recent weeks, the Russian authorities have stepped up their ongoing onslaught on the right to freedom of association in the country. In a two-pronged attack, they have continued targeting independent Russian NGOs through the so-called “foreign agents law” and begun applying the law on “undesirable foreign organisations” which effectively cuts the foreign funding lifeline that enabled them to operate independently.
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