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Moez Masoud
An Egyptian television and radio presenter, religious leader and activist, Moez Masoud was once described by the Economist as one of the world’s five most influential Muslim preachers. He attended the inaugural World Forum for Democracy in Strasbourg in 2012.
Moez Masoud
An Egyptian television and radio presenter, religious leader and activist, Moez Masoud was once described by the Economist as one of the world’s five most influential Muslim preachers. He attended the inaugural World Forum for Democracy in Strasbourg in 2012.

Victor Erofeev
Russian writer and political commentator Victor Erofeev was in Strasbourg recently to give a lecture on “Russian and European Souls – can they walk together?”. He examined the cultural and political ties between Europe and Russia, in the context of the country’s other identity as part of Asia, and asked the question “what should be done to strengthen the European future of Russia?
Victor Erofeev
Russian writer and political commentator Victor Erofeev was in Strasbourg recently to give a lecture on “Russian and European Souls – can they walk together?”. He examined the cultural and political ties between Europe and Russia, in the context of the country’s other identity as part of Asia, and asked the question “what should be done to strengthen the European future of Russia?

Andrei Sakharov's legacy
Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner Thomas Hammarberg is interviewed in this 8 minute report looking at the legacy of the Russian human rights campaigner Andrei Sakharov, who died in 1989. Also featured are Jerzy Buzek, the President of the European Parliament, and representatives from leading human rights groups in Russia. There is also a Russian language version of this film.
Andrei Sakharov's legacy
Council of Europe Human Rights Commissioner Thomas Hammarberg is interviewed in this 8 minute report looking at the legacy of the Russian human rights campaigner Andrei Sakharov, who died in 1989. Also featured are Jerzy Buzek, the President of the European Parliament, and representatives from leading human rights groups in Russia. There is also a Russian language version of this film.