Governing Board and Committees

Governing Board The Governing Board is charged with the overall direction and governance of SJI. Members of the board lend professional expertise to the organization, assist in fundraising endeavors, and act as a public face for the organization. i. Egbert G.Ch. Wesselink, Chair. PAX, Netherlands. ii. Ole Solvang, Treasurer. Norwegian Refugee Council, Norway. iii. Viviana Krstecevic, Secretary, Center for Justice and International Law, Washington, DC. iv. Alexandra Koulaeva, member, International...
Modified: 16/02/2019
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SRJI Moscow Office Director to Receive International Human Rights Award

The American Bar Association will today award Elena Ezhova, the director of the Russian Justice Initiative Moscow office, its 2007 International Human Rights Award. The American Bar Association will today award Elena Ezhova, the director of the Russian Justice Initiative Moscow office, its 2007 International Human Rights Award, Russian Justice Initiative said. The award is a recognition of Ezhova's efforts to provide legal assistance to victims of grave human rights abuse in Chechnya. Since 2001...
Modified: 10/08/2007
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Arsen Sakalov received the 2005 Per Anger Prize

The Swedish organization Forum for Living History awarded Arsen Sakalov, coordinator for the Chechnya Justice Project, the 2005 Per Anger Prize for his efforts to bring justice to victims of human rights in Chechnya. The Swedish organization Forum for Living History awarded Arsen Sakalov, coordinator for the Chehcnya Justice Project, the 2005 Per Anger Prize for his efforts to bring justice to victims of human rights abuse in connection with the conflict in Chechnya. Arsen Sakalov has worked to...
Modified: 03/10/2005
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Prestigious Human Rights prize to SRJI

The Russian Justice Initiative was awarded the prestigious Human Rights Prize of the French Republic 2004. The Russian Justice Initiative was awarded the prestigious Human Rights Prize of the French Republic 2004 for its work on behalf of victims of torture through the Chechnya Justice Project. Of 116 nominations from 43 countries, RJI was one of 5 organizations selected, and the only organization from Russia. RJI’s partner, Secours Catholique (CARITAS-France), supported RJI’s nomination. Prime...
Modified: 03/01/2005
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