Human Rights Publishers


Human Rights Publishers

Human Rights Publishers is an international publishing group, founded in 2004 by three organizations: Human Rights Publishers, Prague; "Izdatelstvo Prava Cheloveka", Moscow; and Izhevsk-based NGO «"Redaktsiya zhurnala Pravozaschitnik"» (Human Rights Defender journal). In 2007 published «How Alexey Pichugin was judged: Court reportage» by Vera Vasilyeva.

ee also

* Human rights in Russia
* Moscow Helsinki Group
* International human rights instruments
* List of human rights organisations

External links

* [http://www.hrpublishers.org/ Official website]


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