Olga Romanova

Olga Romanova is a renowned journalist and the executive director of the civil rights movement Russia Behind Bars (Rus’ Sidyaschaya). She became widely known in 1999-2005 for her analytical show on Ren-TV, 24 with Olga Romanova, followed by positions at Echo of Moscow radio, the newspapers Segodnya, Versiya, Vedomosti, and Novaya Gazeta, as well as The New Times and Slon Magazine. Her work as a human rights activist began after her husband was arrested in 2008 on politically motivated charges.


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