It is possible to volunteer for Greenpeace, for all kinds of different projects. Half-a-Teaspoon Half-a-Teaspoon club organises culinary classes for adults. Swap Club Moscow Moscow first Book Swap Club is about sharing books, making interesting acquaintances and finding new friends Swap Club-Moscow/British Business Club The British Business Club is a business networking and social club providing a platform for British, associated Russian and other expat business people to meet at monthly meetings and other [email protected] Hikers"Hikers" is an active and friendly hiking club; it is a non-profit organization and open for everyone to join.Hikes take place every Sunday all-year-round in forests of Moscow hiker.Democrats Abroad Russia Democrats Abroad Russia is open to all Americans of voting age, as well as non-American "associate" members.AIESECPresent in over 107 countries and territories and with over 50,000 members, AIESEC is the world's largest student-run organisation.Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to get experience and skills in Moscow. Group The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems.
Lawyers for the Jehovah's Witnesses said they would appeal the court's decision, which has not yet come into effect, and could take the case to the European Court of Human Rights.
We meet every third Thursday of the month at pm at "The Place" restaurant at Kosmodamianskaya nab., 52, str. Paveletskaya) for political conversation and debate, guest speakers, and networking. 668Dutch Community Dutch Community is a club for Dutch people living in Moscow, with about 600 members, both expats and Dutch residents living in Moscow.
The club offers information and a variety of activities.
Representatives said hundreds of people gathered at the Russian Supreme Court to hear the six-day case, which they said was the culmination of a decade of “aggressive actions”.
David A Semonian, a spokesman at the sect's world headquarters in New York, said the ministry of justice had “no basis” for its claims.