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Human Rights Protection Strategies During the “Moscovskoye Delo” Prosecution

Student: Margarita Ter-oganezova

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Political Analysis and Public Policy (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The protest movement of 2019 resembles its many predecessors and so does the prosecution that followed it - even the name of the case "Moskovskoe delo" reminds of "Bolotnoe delo" of 2012. But what about the human rights response to the prosecution? The research seeks to address the human rights strategies employed to stop the prosecution and/or to help the convicts, as well as to study whether the strategies are new or unique.

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