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31 Oct, 2019 07:07

Out and about? Ekaterina Schulmann, political scientist

Speaking truth to power is never easy but in Russia, with its fairly nascent civil culture and overly self-sensitive and at times overly controlling officialdom, that’s a special challenge. How can you talk to the authorities so they will listen? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Ekaterina Schulmann, a political scientist and a former member of Russia’s Presidential Council on Human Rights and Civil Society.

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