Brief biography of Yuri Murashov
Yury Igorovych Murashov: a brief biography
From 1986 he was a teacher of English in School № 262. He was Co-Chairperson of the Ukrainian Human Rights Committee “Helsinki-90” from November 1993, Deputy of the Podilsk District Council in Kyiv from December 1995, member of the Public Council of television and radio organizations “Public Broadcasting in Ukraine».
Yury Murashov was born on 3 May 1945 in the village of Apostolov in the Dnipropetrovsk region. In 1968 he graduated from the Faculty of Foreign Languages of the Taras Shevchenko Kyiv University as a translator and reviewer, then in 1974 from the History Faculty. In 1975 he completed a course in Arabic. From 1968-1977 he worked as an interpreter and tour guide, the head of the department of numismatics of the State History Museum of Ukraine. From the 1970s he took an active role in the human rights movement. From 1977-1983 he was a teacher of English and History in Schools № 197 and № 147 in Kyiv. Between 1983 and 1985 he was senior laboratory assistant of the Podilsk archaeological expedition of the Institute of archaeology of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences. From 1990 founding member of the Ukrainian Committee “Helsinki-90”. On 3 January 1990 he joined the Ukrainian Helsinki Union. From З May 1990 to 1992 he was the publicity secretary for the Kyiv regional organization of the Ukrainian Republican Party, and from 3 May 1992 to December 1993, the first deputy chairperson. From 1994 to 2001 he was a member of the Central Board of the Ukrainian Conservative Republican Party and chairperson of the Kyiv regional organization of the Ukrainian Conservative Republican Party. Author of many articles on human rights issues.
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