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It’s not a problem for Russians to place Grad MLRS behind column of civilians and fire at Ukrainian positions: Story of veteran who escaped from occupied Kherson region
Natalie Adamovich 30 September

It’s not a problem for Russians to place Grad MLRS behind column of civilians and fire at Ukrainian positions: Story of veteran who escaped from occupied Kherson region

Road for survival. How Ukrainians from occupied South cross Vasylivka to break free
Olena Struk 08 September

Road for survival. How Ukrainians from occupied South cross Vasylivka to break free

‘I recognized his cross and teeth, waited for DNA analysis results for another month’: Iryna from Chernihiv spent several weeks searching for her husband, killed in Russian strike on evacuation bus
Natalia Patrikeeva 02 September

‘I recognized his cross and teeth, waited for DNA analysis results for another month’: Iryna from Chernihiv spent several weeks searching for her husband, killed in Russian strike on evacuation bus

‘Spring was very cold. Or so it seems to us’: Story of man from Mariupol who survived under rubble of bombed-out building but lost his daughter
Yelyzaveta Sokurenko 30 August

‘Spring was very cold. Or so it seems to us’: Story of man from Mariupol who survived under rubble of bombed-out building but lost his daughter

‘I came for a cross to put on grave of murdered girl and was hit in teeth with buttstock’: reportage on Russian war crimes in Chernihiv region’s village
Yelyzaveta Sokurenko 30 August

‘I came for a cross to put on grave of murdered girl and was hit in teeth with buttstock’: reportage on Russian war crimes in Chernihiv region’s village

‘Occupiers went on a rampage on March 27-28: they shot men of all ages indiscriminately’ A teacher from Bucha tells how she lost her husband and nephew
Yelyzaveta Sokurenko 30 August

‘Occupiers went on a rampage on March 27-28: they shot men of all ages indiscriminately’ A teacher from Bucha tells how she lost her husband and nephew

How independent lawyers are ‘silenced’ in Crimea
Anton Gireev 22 July

How independent lawyers are ‘silenced’ in Crimea

“The first trial against the russian soldier” as an indicator of the state justice system of Ukraine
25 May

“The first trial against the russian soldier” as an indicator of the state justice system of Ukraine

Revealing identity of Russian POWs: violation of their right to protection against ‘public curiosity’ or existence of ‘compelling public interest’?
07 April

Revealing identity of Russian POWs: violation of their right to protection against ‘public curiosity’ or existence of ‘compelling public interest’?

Evacuation of foreigners from Ukraine: is there really racial discrimination?
Mykola Mirnyj 03 March

Evacuation of foreigners from Ukraine: is there really racial discrimination?

ZMINA: Human Rights Information Centre changes name and identity
Yelyzaveta Sokurenko 12 March

ZMINA: Human Rights Information Centre changes name and identity

Recommendations of human rights organizations to the government of Ukraine as regard protection of conflict-affected population (infographic)
09 March

Recommendations of human rights organizations to the government of Ukraine as regard protection of conflict-affected population (infographic)

A Wake-up Call for Ukraine’s Civil Society
Vira Zaporozhets 05 September

A Wake-up Call for Ukraine’s Civil Society

95 executions in Donbas
Sergiy Kochmarskiy 06 June

95 executions in Donbas

One year as a General Prosecutor: Eight Lutsenko’s major failures
Iryna Vyrtosu 15 May

One year as a General Prosecutor: Eight Lutsenko’s major failures

Crimean Tatar Media in Crimea: situation in 2014 – 2016
Mykola Mirnyj 07 April

Crimean Tatar Media in Crimea: situation in 2014 – 2016

“Dark” judges. A list of judges who illegally imprison Ukrainian citizens in Crimea is published
Olha Padiryakova 31 March

“Dark” judges. A list of judges who illegally imprison Ukrainian citizens in Crimea is published

Second wave of judicial reform: What has been achieved and what to expect?
Lyudmyla Yankina , Mykola Mirnyj 26 March

Second wave of judicial reform: What has been achieved and what to expect?