SOVA Center for Information and Analysis
SOVA Center for Information and Analysis is a Moscow-based Russian nonprofit organization founded in October 2002.
SOVA Center conducts research and informational work on nationalism and racism, relations between the churches and secular society, and political radicalism. We are also interested in human rights issues, especially government misuse of counter-extremism measures.
On November 4, 2014, the Russian Day of National Unity, several so-called “Russian Marches” were held across the capital.13.11.2014 - 18:10
The following is our monthly review of instances of xenophobia and radical nationalism, along with any government countermeasures, for the month of October 2014. The review is based on material gathered by Sova Center in the course of our daily monitoring.06.11.2014 - 10:28
Round table “Challenges and possibilities for diversity on the eve of FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia” was held as part of FARE (Football Against Racism in Europe) “Football People” action weeks against discrimination in football on October 10, 2014 in Saint Petersburg.13.10.2014 - 15:12
The following is our review of the primary and most representative events pertaining to misuse of Russia’s anti-extremist legislation in September 2014.10.10.2014 - 15:57
The following is our review of the primary and most representative events in the misuse of Russia’s anti-extremist legislation in August 2014.05.09.2014 - 14:04
The following is our review of the primary and most representative events relating to misuse of Russia's anti-extremist legislation in July 2014.18.08.2014 - 19:30
SOVA Center for Information and Analysis took part in the 2014 OSCE Human Dimension Implementation Meeting in Warsaw (September 22 – October 3). Here we publish the report made by the center’s speakers at sessions "Fundamental Freedoms II" on October 1, 2014.01.10.2014
SOVA Center for Information and Analysis presents its seven annual report on the freedom of conscience in the Russian Federation.02.06.2014
Representatives from unregistered Evangelical Christian-Baptist churches protest changes to the law on freedom of conscience
Representatives from unregistered Evangelical Christian-Baptist churches have appealed to the Russian president protesting against a new bill, which in their opinion “encroaches on citizens’ rights to freedom of conscience and religion.”21.04.2014 - 12:56