Human rights defender and a close friend of Andrei, Alexey Makarov, shares his memories of their friendship and a trip to France to pick up a prize in “Ethics and Society” in 2008.
Translation will be available soon.
This link to a radio programme was sent by Francesca Gori. Unfortunately, we haven’t got a translation.
An insight into Andrei’s engagement with the IoC was provided by Dr Philip Boobbyer, Professor at Kent University. Dr Boobbyer is a historian who specialises in Russian history, and the interaction between religion and politics in the twentieth century.
On March 31st, 2015 Arkady, a journalist, writer and Andrei’s friend, wrote the text below dedicated to Andrei’s birthday. Andrei would have turned 61. The text is available in Russian but will be translated soon.
Here you will find three articles found it the archives of Le Monde, courtesy of Natalie Nougayrède. Natalie is presently a columnist, leader writer and foreign affairs commentator for The Guardian. An English translation will be provided in the near future.
Summerhouse, Izhevsk. Yegveniya Mironova with her son Andrei Mironov.
Silvia Castaldi, an Italian friend who hosted Andrei over the years in her home in Rome.