Mykola Mirnyj

Evacuation of foreigners from Ukraine: is there really racial discrimination?
Articles - 03 March 2022

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

ZMINA spoke with Ukrainians and foreigners, who were the last to be evacuated, to find out if such discrimination was widespread, and to find out how to prevent it

Which cities do the most for the integration of IDPs in Ukraine?
Columns - 26 July 2018

Which cities do the most for the integration of IDPs in Ukraine?

Experts from CEDOS investigated 20 cities in 5 regions and classified them by distance from military operations

Crimean Tatar Media in Crimea: situation in 2014 – 2016
Articles - 07 April 2017

Crimean Tatar Media in Crimea: situation in 2014 – 2016

Fighting for the principles

Second wave of judicial reform: What has been achieved and what to expect?
Articles - 26 March 2017

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

Initial attempts to change the judicial system by formally strengthening the independence of judges have only reinforced the joint responsibility and impunity in the judiciary

Seven most anticipated changes of the judicial reform in 2017
Articles - 13 January 2017

Seven most anticipated changes of the judicial reform in 2017

Expert believes in the success of the judicial reform in 2017, but at the same time points to the risks of its failure

Lawyers of killed Euromaidan activists submit new information on Euromaidan crimes to ICC
Articles - 06 October 2016

Lawyers of killed Euromaidan activists submit new information on Euromaidan crimes to ICC

The lawyers of the killed Euromaidan activists have submitted new information on the crimes committed during Euromaidan protests

How confessions are suppressed by militants in Donbas (PHOTOS)
Columns - 14 September 2016

How confessions are suppressed by militants in Donbas (PHOTOS)

Freedom of conscience? No, haven’t heard of it…

One year after launch of police reform. Have Ukrainian police changed?
Articles - 05 July 2016

One year after launch of police reform. Have Ukrainian police changed?

Are the changes really effective and what are the outcomes?

Letter of despair: Crimean inmates threaten to injure themselves if they not returned to Ukraine
Articles - 20 May 2016

Letter of despair: Crimean inmates threaten to injure themselves if they not returned to Ukraine

Crimean inmates ask senior officials to find ways to return them to the mainland Ukraine

How to improve situation in Crimea? Answers can be found at Book Arsenal fair
Articles - 22 April 2016

How to improve situation in Crimea? Answers can be found at Book Arsenal fair

The book "The Peninsula of Fear: Chronicle of Occupation and Violation of Human Rights in Crimea" contains the history of human rights violations in Crimea within 2015 - early 2016

Five fatal flaws
Articles - 04 April 2016

Five fatal flaws

The experts of the Human Rights Agenda platform insist on the immediate elimination of threats enshrined in the constitutional reform

Preventing torture in Ukraine: the NPM experience
Articles - 01 March 2016

Preventing torture in Ukraine: the NPM experience

Would you like to look behind the scenes and learn about how the National Preventive Mechanism in Ukraine?

Does ‘Savchenko’s law’ really free murderers and rapists?
Columns - 29 February 2016

Does ‘Savchenko’s law’ really free murderers and rapists?

Зrior to this lawб the penitentiary service released on parole half of the convicts in 2015 - more than 10,000!

Forced confession: Ukraine ignoring UN’s recommendations
Articles - 15 December 2015

Forced confession: Ukraine ignoring UN’s recommendations

The Parliament is asked to determine the status of the decisions of the UN Committees on Human Rights and Against Torture

Top five key events of 2015 in Ukraine
Articles - 11 December 2015

Top five key events of 2015 in Ukraine

Human Rights Information Centre summarizes the key human rights events of 2015 in Ukraine

Amendment to Labour Code: I demand more!
Columns - 13 November 2015

Amendment to Labour Code: I demand more!

After the Parliament had passed the anti-discrimination amendment, I reminded myself that I should be happy, but I could not.

Nineteen Roma children left homeless as a result of domestic conflict in Mukachevo
Articles - 04 November 2015

Nineteen Roma children left homeless as a result of domestic conflict in Mukachevo

The victims claim that the local police delay investigation into arson and death threats

‘Genocide’ at ATO checkpoints – queues grow threefold
Articles - 29 October 2015

‘Genocide’ at ATO checkpoints – queues grow threefold

The human rights activists urges the parties to the armed conflict to open new corridors for civilians.

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