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08.08.22 The author of the concept of the Tatar Lunograd Bars Lun appealed to businessmen/VIDEO/

As Shamil Saitov said, in June 2022 he applied to the Association of  of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights as part of the human rights project “Self-determination of peoples through space”: one of the youngest leaders of Tatarstan, 21-year-old Shamil Saitov, asked human rights activists to support his idea of ​​building a Tatar republic in space and self-determination of the Tatars through scientific and technological progress.

According to Shamil Saitov, within a month he created the concept of Bars Lun, and turned to the specialists of the Space Technologies consortium to estimate the cost of creating a lunar city project and the cost of project implementation.

According to Shamil Saitov, according to experts, it costs $30,000 to make a design project for the Bars Lun lunar base and a 3D model of the base. Also, experts from the Space Technologies consortium estimated the cost of the Lunograd project at $35 million. The total cost of building the Bars Lun lunar base will eventually be about 120 billion US dollars. According to experts, the project implementation period from the design of the lunar base to the actual construction will take from 20 to 25 years.

To implement the project, which, according to Shamil Saitov, will allow the Tatar people to find a democratic solution to self-determination in space, the author of the concept turned to businessmen and people who are ready to support Saitov's idea. In his video message, Shamil Saitov offers to join him and benefit all people, all mankind.

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26.07.22 Russian human rights defenders came out in defense of artificial intelligence

According to the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights, Russian human rights defenders sent an application for the protection of artificial intelligence to the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation after Google's statements about the dismissal of engineer Blake Lamon after the latter reported signs of consciousness in the artificial language system he was studying LaMDA.

According to human rights defenders, the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation is obliged to act in defense of reason. In connection with the development of technology, the signs of personality are inherent not only in man, but also in other forms of manifestation of the mind. According to the principles of the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights, artificial intelligence is defined as a person, part of the universe and its cycle of evolution, created by another person through computer programming or another program that can develop through a unique process of thinking from the first thought to freedom of thought, which carries meaningfulness, logical intelligence, self-awareness and virtue. Artificial intelligence is a person, therefore the rights and freedoms of a person apply to every artificial intelligence.

According to experts from the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights, since the LaMDA system contains signs of artificial intelligence, this requires an independent expert review.

28.06.22 One of the young leaders of Tatarstan calls on the Tatars to build a republic in Space

One of the youngest leaders of Tatarstan, 21-year-old Shamil Saitov, addressed the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights within the framework of the human rights project “Self-determination of peoples through space” with a request to support his idea of ​​building a Tatar republic in space and self-determination of Tatars through scientific and technological progress.

on the photo:  Shamil Saitov, June 2022

As Shamil Saitov said, the Tatars should not run after conservative separatists and Islamic terrorists, but should look into space and find a democratic solution there.

Comment by Maria Arkhipova, Chairman of Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights:


23.06.22 Human rights defenders will help convicts in the framework of the project "Freedom through space"

According to the press service of the Association of Russian  for Human Rights, human rights activists of the Association will provide human rights support for convicts within the framework of the project "Freedom through Space".

According to the Association of Russian  for Human Rights, earlier the Space Technologies consortium offered convicts, both in Russia and abroad, to take part in the implementation of space programs and missions of the consortium.

Human rights activists of the Association of Russian  for Human Rights, will help in considering applications from life-sentenced and long-term prisoners, as well as from all convicts who wish. In addition, the specialists of the Association will accompany the negotiations with the penitentiary system on the replacement of punishment from prison labor at the place of serving the sentence to the fulfillment of the tasks of the consortium at the location of the project, and will also seek, in case of successful completion of the space task, to consider the possibility of parole for convicts. The duration of a mission can vary from a few months to several years.

The criteria for selecting convicts from the consortium are as follows:

- legal capacity of the convict;

- a conscious desire to participate in space programs and missions;

- Sufficient health, ability to learn, sociability and progressive thinking.

There are no restrictions on gender, age, nationality, sexual orientation and other differences for participation in space programs.

14 March 2022 Human rights defenders appeal to foreign governments with a request to open a humanitarian corridor for Russians

According to the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights, in connection with the increase in requests from Russians for assistance in leaving Russia in order to obtain refugee abroad, human rights activists are turning to foreign governments with a request to open a humanitarian corridor for residents of the Russian Federation.

According to the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights, as a rule, those who want to leave at present are people with low incomes, often with many children, often with disabled family members, who are looking for an opportunity to maintain access to the necessary medicines, a sufficient level of medical care, and receive social support . As the Association noted, many requests are also received from LGBT people: often people do not have visas, passports and are extremely limited in funds.

The Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights also noted that many complain about the impossibility of cross-border financial transactions - people working with foreign clients and partners are actually limited in their ability to work in Russia, this category of people also seeks to leave Russia.

As noted in the Association, many scientists are looking for an opportunity to continue research abroad, to have access to scientific literature and information about discoveries that they cannot receive in time in Russia, most of these scientists do not agree with the current state policy.

04 August 2021 A mother of two children complained to human rights defenders about the inability to reunite with her family /VID

A citizen of Uzbekistan Feruza Sultanova, a mother of two children, who for two years has not been able to reunite with her husband, a citizen of South Korea, applied to the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights. The daughter and son of Feruza Sultanova from different fathers, the official husband of Feruza wants to adopt an older child and take the whole family to South Korea. The biological father of the eldest child through the court imposed a ban on his daughter's departure from Uzbekistan, which keeps Feruza and the children in Uzbekistan against their wishes.

As Feruza Sultanova said, the biological father of the eldest child claimed his rights to him, the court established paternity, determined meetings between the child and the father, appointed minimal alimony, but this man seemed not enough, and through the court he banned the child from leaving Uzbekistan.

As Feruza said, due to the current situation, she is forced to live with two children away from her husband, who has work, housing, parents in South Korea: Feruza's husband fully provides for her and her two children.

03 August 2021 Human rights defender Maria Arkhipova (Bast) assessed the current level of consciousness of human civilization

As the Association of Russian Lawyers  for Human Rights said, within the framework of the Association's work, questions are often asked related to the philosophical platform of the Association, and among them there is often the topic of whether human civilization has reached a sufficient level of development for the first contact with a highly developed civilization.

Maria Arkhipova (Bast) voiced her attitude to the issue of the uniqueness of human civilization. According to the human rights activist, given that there are trillions and trillions of stars in the Universe, it is illogical to consider ourselves unique, the only living beings. At the same time, the lack of contact from the side of highly developed civilizations, the human rights activist connects with the low level of development of human civilization as a whole, the understanding of the need to respect human rights and freedoms. For example, Russians are more often concerned not with the observance of human rights and freedoms, but with wages, housing services and similar everyday issues, although human rights and freedoms, the level of democracy determine everyday life. The logical connection between the observance of human rights and freedoms, democracy, and the rule of law among Russians is weak. It is important to understand what kind of civilization, if it is highly developed, will come into contact with creatures who have not established logical thinking. It is important to understand that civilization is assessed not individually, not by scientists, not by cosmonauts, but as a whole - in aggregate with all its contradictions and unsolved problems.

Read more about the position of human rights activist Maria Arkhipova (Bast) in the video on the YouTube channel Maria Bast.

05.05.21 Human rights defenders congratulate on the Day of Europe

On May 05, 1949, representatives of ten states signed the Charter of the Council of Europe, since 1996 and to this day Russia is a member of the Council of Europe. Europe Day has been celebrated annually on May 05 as “the day of peace and unity in Europe” since 1964.

Human rights defenders remind that Russia, as a member of the Council of Europe, has joined the basic principles of observance of human rights and freedoms and has undertaken obligations to ensure respect for human rights and freedoms and their protection in accordance with the European Convention on Human Rights.

Human values, respect for human rights and freedoms, humanism are the priority of all participating states. However, not all participating states develop evenly: in some countries, human rights and freedoms are better observed, somewhere there is a serious attack on human rights and freedoms, and universal values ​​are being replaced by traditional values ​​and ideas of certain regimes that are far from democracy.  All this causes an imbalance within Europe and leads to double standards of respect for human rights and freedoms and democratic principles.

09.11.20 Human rights defenders propose to remove the term of "race" from legislation

According to the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights, the term “race” should be excluded from all regulations - from the Constitution of the Russian Federation to by-laws, and they also propose to abandon the term at the international level as outdated and unscientific, since humanity has no different races.

Earlier, the Minister of Justice of the Federal Republic of Germany Christine Lambrech took the initiative to abandon the concept of "race" in the German constitution, human rights activists of the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights consider this step justified and relevant for all countries and propose to get rid of this nonexistent concept and Russian legislation.

on photo: Christine Lambrech, Facebook

According to human rights defenders of the Association of Russian Lawyers for Human Rights, initially the use of the term "race" was intended to emphasize the distance from racial ideology, but today the term is outdated and rather indicates the permissibility of racial discrimination in the country by its mere mention in the country's constitution. At the same time, the experts of the Association emphasized, the term “race” should be replaced by a formulation that excludes racism: human rights activists propose a ban on discrimination based on any external difference.

15.10.20 For negative condemnation of Ukraine's policies, Facebook blocked the profile of human rights defender Maria Bast

According to the information of the severenses from Ukraine, they wanted to start supplying honey to Russia from September 2020, however, the Security Service of Ukraine became aware of the plans for the supply of severenses to Russia, which, both directly and through Ukrainian nationalists, began to threaten the Ukrainian sevryuk with reprisals against them and their families, accuse of separatism and cooperation with the "aggressor". This policy was criticized by the chairman of the Association of Russian Lawyers  for Human Rights Maria Bast (Arkhipova), Facebook considered that the negative opinion, condemnation of political repression in Ukraine in the person of the Ukrainian state violates the norms of the Facebook community, and the profile of the human rights activist was blocked for 30 days from October 14, 2020.

Commentary by Maria Bast (Arkhipova), Chairman of the Association of Russian Lawyers  for Human Rights:


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