A country which does not respect the rights of it's own citizens will not respect the rights of its neighbours.
"A country 
which does not 
respect the 
rights of its
own citizens 
will not
respect the 
rights of its
neighbours."

October 2021 Conference

30 years diplomatic relations Lithuania-Russia:

Are good-neighborly relations possible?

October 28-29

The core of the conference program will be a one-and-a-half day conference at the Lithuanian President’s Office bringing together politicians and experts who put the July 29 Treaty in a wider socio-political context and in their presentations reflect on the main theme of the meeting. Lithuanian and Russian politicians are joined by two dozen former diplomats, political scientists and other experts from a dozen countries who will discuss the inter-State relations in three sessions: past, present, and future. 

Sakharov Centennial

The work of the Andrei Sakharov Research Center is in 2021 particularly busy due to the fact that in 2020 events had to be postponed because of COVID-19 restrictions. In 2021 we will focus on the Andrei Sakharov Centennial (lasting from May 2021 until May '22) and the postponed Leonidas Donskis Conference on “Difficult Dilemma’s – the Role of Public Space and Museums in Remembering the Past”.
 
The month of May 2021 will be a “Sakharov Month” with a series of public activities. This includes a Sakharov exhibition in Vilnius (May 4-28), two film screenings (on May 10 and May 21), a Sakharov Birthday Concert (May 14) and the Sixth International Sakharov Hearings (May 13-15).

Andrei Sakharov Research Center

Research &
Publications

Chronicle of Current Events

A typescript journal, the Chronicle of Current Events (Хроника Текущих Собитии) was produced every 2-4 months in Moscow by the human rights movement in the USSR. It offers a unique, uncensored and continuous account of life inside the Soviet Union from 1968 to 1982. Starting with reports from Moscow and Leningrad the periodical’s network of contacts and sources of information expanded over the following 15 years until it regularly included about human rights violations (the persecution of believers, the identity of those imprisoned for their beliefs in prisons, labour camps and psychiatric hospitals) from Ukraine, Lithuania, Armenia and other parts of the USSR.

The Andrei Sakharov Research Center contributes to the development of a pluralist and democratic society in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.

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44249 Kaunas, Lithuania

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