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‘Traditional Values’ and the Law in Putin’s Russia’ 11 March Open Russia Club

8th March 2020

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Wednesday 11th March at Open Russia Club, 67 Wimpole Street, W1G 8AP

 

‘Traditional Values’ and the Law in Putin’s Russia

 

Jane Henderson

 

Vladimir Putin came to power promising a ‘dictatorship of the law’. Since 2012 he has consciously built a more socially conservative regime, emphasising opposition to ‘non-traditional sexual relations’ and promoting ‘traditional values’. How has Russia’s ‘conservative turn’ interacted with the Kremlin’s formal legal and constitutional obligations?

 

Jane Henderson, a King’s College London affiliate educated at the University of London, is a retired academic lawyer. She has written widely on Russia’s legal system and constitution, the subject of her 2011 book The Constitution of the Russian Federation: a contextual analysis, of which a second edition is in the works.

 

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