Head of Free Speech LLC, the company that runs the project Underminers. Zaslavskiy is also Head of Research at Free Russian Foundation, partner of the project. He is a member of the Advisory Council of the Kleptocracy Initiative, Hudson Institute and is first Russian Associate of the Academy of Leadership of the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), the latter affiliation ceased in August 2018.
Russian civil activist and the Program Director at the Magnitsky Act initiative that advocates for the greater accountability for human rights abusers in Russia. Dmitry has been among organizers of numerous street protests in front of the Russian embassy and the Russian ambassadors residence in Washington, D.C. against the Putin’s regime and its actions in Ukraine and Syria, in support of political prisoners.
Russian civil activist and the Marketing Director at the Magnitsky Act initiative that advocates for the greater accountability for human rights abusers in Russia. Nadia has been among organizers of numerous street protests in front of the Russian embassy and the Russian ambassadors residence in Washington, D.C. against the Putin’s regime and its actions in Ukraine and Syria, in support of political prisoners.
Political activist and anti-corruption campaigner. After starting in From Russia With Cash (Amos Pictures (c)2015), he founded ClampK.org, the NGO which leads the campaign for offshore transparency in Britain. Prior to his political advocacy, Roman had a successful business career spanning over two decades: he was an investment banker in New York and London and an insurance executive in Moscow.
Russian opposition author, video producer, and journalist. He is a co-author with Boris Nemtsov of the reports, “The Life of a Galley Slave (Palaces, Yachts, Cars, Planes and Other Accessories)” and “Winter Olympics in the Sub-Tropics: Corruption and Abuse in Sochi.” Since 2008, the activist of the movement "Solidarity" In 2014 together with Boris Nemtsov have created an anti-corruption project "Municipal scanner".
Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences (Austria) and General Editor of the “Explorations of the Far Right” book series at ibidem-Verlag (Germany). His main area of expertise is the European far right, relations between Russia and radical right-wing parties in the West, and illiberal tendencies in Central and Eastern Europe.
Russian journalist. In 2008-2016 Titov worked as a correspondent of the Novaya Gazeta. Also in 2007-16 he collaborated with Radio Liberty. Titov lived and worked in Krasnodar, and was known as a reporter on human rights. For example, from 2007 to 2016 he constantly defended the rights of people who were evicted in preparation for the 2014 Olympics in Sochi.
Expert on human rights in Russia. Most recently an Associate Research Fellow for Berlin's Center for Independent Social Research. Previously Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Harriman Institute at Columbia University and Fellow at National Endowment of Democracy. Before that he was Associate Professor of international relations, political science, and human rights at St. Petersburg State University, where he was affiliated with the Andrew Gagarin Center for Human Rights.
Ekaterina van Zetten
Ekaterina was born in Leningrad.
Graduated from the English Department of Saint-Petersburg Institute of Foreign Languages. Worked as a professor of English in Saint-Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University. Lives in Netherlands.
Anastasia Kirilenko is a Russian independent investigative reporter and radio journalist. Kirilenko graduated from Novosibirsk State University of Economics and Management in 2006 with a degree in International Relations, and earned a Masters in Journalism in 2007 at the French-Russian joint Master of Journalism at Moscow State University/French Institute of Press in Paris.
Russian journalist that focuses on analyzing Russian society, political processes in modern Russia and the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. She writes for Radio Liberty and other outlets and is an expert of the Center for Army, conversion, and disarmament studies and the Free Russia foundation