letters to political prisoners

Political prisoner Dzyanis Ivashyn’s mother receives no letters from son for over 4 months
Lyudmila Ivashyna, the mother of the imprisoned journalist Dzyanis Ivashyn, has not received letters or postcards from her son for more than four months.
Political prisoner Maksim Znak tells about his transfer to Vitsebsk
The prisoner himself believes that he won’t stay there for long
Political prisoner Alena Maushuk under pressure in jail, relatives report
Alena was deprived of all parcels and visits from her loved ones
'I show good judgement and careful thought,' human rights activist Marfa Rabkova writes from jail
The political prisoner noted that “everything happened and is happening as it should be.”
Ten inspirational quotes from political prisoners
There is now an online museum of letters of Belarusian political prisoners.
Jailed Belsat journalist Katsyaryna Andreyeva receives solidarity letter from mayor of Prague
Zdeněk Hřib had no hope that the letter would reach her
Political prisoner Natallia Hersche refuses to ask for pardon insisting she is innocent
She feels good, she’s not stressed, except she’s worried about her hair, which has started to fall out.
They met in police van and became pen friends. Story of Darya Chultsova and Maksim
A letter is an event because nothing happens in prison.
‘I saw sky, sun for first time in six months’. Belsat TV journo Katsyaryna Andreyeva sends first letter from penal colony
On Friday, Ihar Ilyash, the husband of imprisoned Belsat TV journalist Katsyaryna Andreyeva, has received the first letter after her being transferred to the women’s colony in Homiel.
Letters to Political Prisoners project: ‘It is first time someone not from my family has written to me’
Residents of the village of Senitsa (Minsk district) write letters to political prisoners every day; both the imprisoned and those at large need them, Alyaksei, the author of the special photo project, believes.
Prisoners in Brest detention center tortured, inmate claims
Brest resident Palina Sharenda-Panasyuk was able to pass a letter to freedom during her stay in pre-trial detention center No. 7, in which she wrote about torture.