Express-Khronika

 

a/ya 5
ul. V. Krasnosel'skaya
111399 Moscow
Tel: (095) 264-4830
Fax: (095) 264-5742
Tel/Fax: (095) 264-9791
E-mail: podrabinek@glas.apc.org; chronicle@glas.apc.org
URL: http://koi.www.online.ru/mlists/expchronicle/chronicle-weekly/
Contact: Aleksander Podrabinek, Editor-in-Chief; Vitali Bogdanov


Express Khronika is a weekly newspaper that reports on human rights issues and democratic movements. It started in 1987 after being circulated for years as samizdat. Its editor-in-chief is a well-known human rights activist who served more than eight years in prison for work that included the 1978 publication of Punitive Medicine, a book which documented Soviet psychiatric abuses.

Express Khronika utilizes a network of correspondents throughout Russia and the NIS. In addition to its weekly newspaper, it also publishes a daily wire service, which is available via fax or e-mail, and periodic special reports, including a year-end summary of the human rights situation in Russia.

Publications:

Express Chronicle
Weekly newspaper, focusing on human rights and related political and social issues, has been published regularly since 1978 (in Russian). Currently, the paper is 4 pages in length and has a circulation of approximately 15,000.
Express Chronicle Daily Wire
This daily news wire of human rights and related news material is sent out twice daily (morning and evening editions, with one daily edition on weekends) via fax and e-mail internationally. The wire has been available in Russian since 1994, in English since November 1995, and Ukrainian since January 1996.
Express Chronicle Weekly News Summary
These weekly news summaries are complied from the daily wires throughout the week and sent out via fax and e-mail on Fridays. The summaries are available in Russian and English.

Last updated:    January 1997


A print version of much of the information contained in this NIS Third Sector Organizations section can be found in the The Post-Soviet Handbook (Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 1999).


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