The Voice
of Russia

Russians Against the War

Evil comes from a failure to think. It defies thought for as soon as thought tries to engage itself with evil and examine the premises and principles from which it originates, it is frustrated because it finds nothing there. That is the banality of evil.

Hannah Arendt, Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil

The war in Ukraine started by Russia on the 24th of February 2022 turned the lives of many Russians upside down. To date, more than 200 000 had to leave the country, many protested, more than 15 000 were arrested, prosecuted and even tortured. The political regime in Russia makes it impossible to protest against the war inside the country. Those who dare, face up to 15 years in prison. And yet, even the most conservative research proves that there are tens of millions of Russian people who do not support the Russian military aggression against Ukraine.

#TheVoiceOfRussia (TVOR) is a non-profit international group of Russian-speaking artists, producers, journalists and other creative professionals around the world united by one purpose – to demand the end of the war, to amplify the anti-war voices among Russians around the world, and to campaign for a free democratic Russia. Our tools are art and journalism. Our method is developing critical and analytical thinking. We also aim to prevent the disconnection of the Russian people from the world and international cultural communities.

We stand firmly with Ukraine and the Ukrainian people in our opposition to the military aggression by the Russian government.

Our Projects

TVOR unites a number of independent initiatives
in art and journalism
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Art Against War

The international Art Against War telegram channel was created on March 13 by a Moscow curator & member of the Feminist Anti-War Resistance Group who prefers to remain anonymous. Journalist and writer Clementine Cecil (London) helps run it.


These materials are unmissable for understanding
of the current anti-war protest in Russia

Nikolay Epplée, the author of The Inconvenient Past, is one of the most prominent voices in the Russian society today. We are publishing three essays written in the time of the war on making excuses of the past, on the responsibility of the Russian culture and on fear

Cannot Stay Silent

Who We Are

To protect our colleagues, we cannot credit their names or show their images unless they choose to act publicly

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