Political Prisoners in Psychiatric Hospitals: A Survey of Documents, March 1971 (18.1)

«No 18 : 5 March 1971» The imprisonment of dissenters in psychiatric hospitals continues to be the subject of public concern and protest. 1. In a letter appealing to the psychiatrists of a number of countries, the Action Group for the Defence of Human Rights in the USSR, stresses once more that this form of … Continue reading Political Prisoners in Psychiatric Hospitals: A Survey of Documents, March 1971 (18.1)

Commentary No 3

<<No 3 : 30 August 1968>> 3.1 RESPONSES IN MOSCOW [1] "In fact, Czechoslovak newspapers remained on sale up until 21 August," wrote the Chronicle, over two years later (CCE 18.14). "Their 'disappearance' can only be explained by an increased demand for the same number of copies available." 3.3 GORBANEVSKAYA LETTER (28 August 1968) [1] … Continue reading Commentary No 3

Repressive acts against the Action Group for Human Rights, December 1969 (11.12)

«No 11 : 31 December 1969» Repressive acts against Members of the Action Group and those who supported Appeals to the United Nations (May to December 1969) Members of the Action Group: (1) G. Altunyan, engineer from Kharkov, sentenced to three years in a labour camp under Article 190-1. (2) V. Borisov, worker from Leningrad, … Continue reading Repressive acts against the Action Group for Human Rights, December 1969 (11.12)