Key features of international documents on domestic and gender-based violence

22.09.2019, Warsaw.

Lately, we have been frequently hearing complaints on the part of the international community that Russia has not adopted a law on domestic violence and that our country has not signed other documents to eliminate violence and discrimination against women. However, Russia has its own proven track record of addressing discrimination against women. Our country is one of the world’s leaders in terms of the number of women in leadership positions, and it surpasses the US and EU countries in this indicator.
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Essence of Time. Chapter 18

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(Links to previous Chapters are available here: Volume I and Chapters 111213141516, 17)

May 31, 2011.

 

PART ONE. ACTIVITY.

 

We have already agreed to begin by discussing our activity. And because many questions are being posed about this activity and activity in general, we must try to give clear answers… This is very important.
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Essence of Time. Chapter 17

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(Links to previous Chapters are available here: Volume I and Chapters 1112131415, 16)

May 24, 2011.

Today the residents of Donbass awarded me with the Miner’s Glory of the I degree badge. Meanwhile, I again peered intently into the very aged faces of those who had once managed separate branches of the Soviet economy and the Soviet economy as a whole.

These are amazingly pure faces; these are people on whose faces it is written that they didn’t steal, that they did not derive unparalleled joy from grand larceny. It is written so clearly on their faces; and especially now, with age taking its toll, it becomes even scarier, for it is very clear what has come to replace them.


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Essence of Time. Chapter 16

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(Links to previous Chapters are available here: Volume I and Chapters 11121314, 15)

May 17, 2011.

 

ACTIVITY AND RELEVANT POLITICS

 

I would like to once again start with our activity; and for this purpose, I will read part of a transcript titled “Meeting with Great Patriotic War veterans and representatives of military-patriotic organizations” found on the Russian President’s official website.
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Essence of Time. Chapter 15

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(Links to previous Chapters are available here: Volume I and Chapters 111213, 14)

May 15, 2011.

During the previous program, we had to discuss the results of the work already done on the AKSIO program [abbreviated Russian: Agency for Cultural and Social Studies of Society] in great detail, which took a considerable amount of time. This gives us the opportunity today to discuss, without stopping on the Activity portion, the issues of relevant politics, political philosophy and political theory which are also of extreme importance to us.
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Russia: A view from an “open society”. Interview with Chatham House Expert

07.10.2018, Warsaw.

The Annual OSCE Human Dimension meeting was held in Warsaw September 10-21. Around 1,800 government representatives, human rights activists, and experts attended this meeting. Rossa Primavera News Agency’s German correspondent Tony Siewert, who took part in the meeting, met with Orysia Lutsevych, the manager of Ukrainian forum at Chatham House, to discuss civil society issues in Russia and Europe.

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The spectre of totalitarianism, or “Protection” for children and women

19.09.2018, Warsaw.

Spain left dictatorship behind long ago, but its seeds are sprouting through under full-fledged “democracy”. Genuine institutional violence against women has become a widespread practice, with a certain stereotype again being forced through the judiciary system, the state apparatus, and though social services, using false and manipulative reports in absolutely inhumane trials.
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Gender ideology and the undermining of the institution of the family

19.09.2018, Warsaw.

Acknowledgement:

I would like to begin by thanking the All-Russian Parents’ Resistance Organization for the invitation to this round table discussion, since I strongly believe that it is important to start discussing gender policy in light of national and legal security.
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