Release: February 20, 2020.
Immersive photo exhibit ‘Afterword’ by Nata Li opened February 19 at the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (IERES), 4th floor, Elliott School of International Affairs, Washington, D.C.
Image by Nata Li
The exhibition will be on
display until March 9th.
Kazakhstani photographer Nata
Li captures the aftermath of...Read More »
Translated by Crude
Accountability. The original article was published by Uralsk Weekly on May 7,
In Burlin District of Western Kazakhstan Region [of Kazakhstan] the police, without any explanation, detained environmental activist Sergey Solyanik. He was detained while photographing in the village of Berezovka, the residents of which were relocated from...Read More »
Crude Accountability is proud to be featured in new documentary series, “Then came…, me?”. In the first episode of the series, award-winning film-maker Mark Warford talks to Crude Accountability director Kate Watters about the 15-year long fight for human rights in the village of Berezovka, Kazakhstan.
The episode featuring the story of...Read More »
Today, June 1, International Children’s Day, Crude Accountability, the international coalition, Children or Oil? and the Kazakhstan International Bureau for Human Rights and the Rule of Law remember the untenable situation in which the children of Berezovka, Kazakhstan find themselves. Suffering from toxic emissions from the Karachaganak Oil and Gas...Read More »
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