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ІНТЕРВ'Ю “Our priority is to ensure victim-centered justice” – Interview with the Head of the Peace and Human Rights Program at the Swiss Embassy in Ukraine
Elina Sulima 14 June

“Our priority is to ensure victim-centered justice” – Interview with the Head of the Peace and Human Rights Program at the Swiss Embassy in Ukraine

Who is now administering “supreme” justice in the occupied territory of Donetsk region
Artem Hirieiev 07 June

Who is now administering “supreme” justice in the occupied territory of Donetsk region

Operation Blockbuster: why Russians shoot staged videos with detained Ukrainians
Diana Kolodiazhna 06 June

Operation Blockbuster: why Russians shoot staged videos with detained Ukrainians

Who became “judges” in the occupied part of Zaporizhzhia region
Artem Hirieiev 04 June

Who became “judges” in the occupied part of Zaporizhzhia region

How Kremlin propaganda in the occupied territories of Ukraine has changed over 10 years
Maria Iokova 03 June

How Kremlin propaganda in the occupied territories of Ukraine has changed over 10 years

Who went to work in the “courts” in the occupied Kherson region
Artem Hirieiev 30 May

Who went to work in the “courts” in the occupied Kherson region

How do Ukrainians see life in the occupied territories after liberation – a study
Mykola Mirnyj 28 May

How do Ukrainians see life in the occupied territories after liberation – a study

Evacuation under fire: how volunteers work in the frontline areas in Ukraine
Liudmyla Tiagnyriadno 27 May

Evacuation under fire: how volunteers work in the frontline areas in Ukraine

80 Years of Pain: Ukraine calls for recognition of 1944 Crimean Tatar genocide on 80th anniversary
10 May

80 Years of Pain: Ukraine calls for recognition of 1944 Crimean Tatar genocide on 80th anniversary

How Ukraine passes judgment on violations of the laws and customs of war?
Diana Kolodiazhna 24 April

How Ukraine passes judgment on violations of the laws and customs of war?

Ten years of occupation of Crimea: memories of Crimean journalists on how it began
Mykola Mirnyj 18 April

Ten years of occupation of Crimea: memories of Crimean journalists on how it began

Re-education under the guise of recovery: how Belarus helps Russia to take Ukrainian children from the occupied territories
Olesya Lantsman 10 April

Re-education under the guise of recovery: how Belarus helps Russia to take Ukrainian children from the occupied territories

Women with disabilities share about their experience with volunteering and inclusion amidst the war in Ukraine
Dzvenyslava Shcherba 06 March

Women with disabilities share about their experience with volunteering and inclusion amidst the war in Ukraine

Is Ukraine’s strategy in the International Court of Justice justified, and what lessons should we learn?
Ukrainian Legal Advisory Group 13 February

Is Ukraine’s strategy in the International Court of Justice justified, and what lessons should we learn?

“Mariupol is a pattern of Russian warfare” – how Russia destroyed the city
Diana Kolodiazhna 12 February

“Mariupol is a pattern of Russian warfare” – how Russia destroyed the city

How should Ukraine respond to court decisions issued during the occupation?
Mykola Mirnyj 01 February

How should Ukraine respond to court decisions issued during the occupation?

Ukraine: Ten victories in human rights in 2023
Yana Radchenko , Liudmyla Tiagnyriadno , Natalie Adamovich , Diana Kolodiazhna , Mykola Mirnyj , Olha Padiryakova 07 January

Ukraine: Ten victories in human rights in 2023

How the Ukrainian justice system deals with international crimes
Diana Kolodiazhna 28 December

How the Ukrainian justice system deals with international crimes