Job Description: Multi-republic Project Coordinator (closed) Post: Full-time, 30-40 hrs p/w, for a project period of up to 18 months | Salary: up to 1875 euro per month in roubles, depending on length and relevance of experience | Reports to: Russian Justice Initiative Start Date: ASAP Russian Justice Initiative (Utrecht) is hiring a full-time Project Coordinator, who will support the implementation and administration of project activities in several North Caucasus republics. Project activities...Modified: 27/01/2017
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The Russian Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of Timur Tangiyev following his re-trial before the Supreme Court of Chechnya, which was plagued with procedural and other irregularities, said “Russian Justice Initiative”. The re-trial was ordered on 25 December 2013 by the Russian Supreme Court, after quashing Tangiyev’s conviction of a raft of serious crimes following a finding by the European Court of Human Rights that Mr Tangiyev’s trial and resulting conviction had been unfair because of...Modified: 26/03/2015
On 12 February 2015, the European Court of Human Rights communicated a case to the Russian Government concerning the lack of investigation into circumstances that led a young woman to lapse into a coma in Ingushetia. The case concerns a young woman who was kidnapped into marriage, and later returned to her mother’s house, having lapsed into a vegetative state. She had previously been in very good health all of her life. On 12 February 2015, the European Court of Human Rights communicated a case...Modified: 13/02/2015
RJI and International Protection Centre report to the Committee of Ministers that domestic legal mechanisms are not effective in implementing the “Chechen judgments"
On 18 April 2013 the non-governmental organizations Russian Justice Initiative (RJI) and International Protection Centre (CIP) sent an official submission to the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe (CoM) regarding the functioning of domestic judicial review procedures as a tool for implementing judgments from the European Court of Human Rights on Chechnya. On 18 April 2013 the non-governmental organizations Russian Justice Initiative (RJI) and International Protection Centre (CIP)...Modified: 18/04/2013