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Zelenskyy’s Peace Formula is a good basis to start discussions for ending the war
Columns - 25 October 2023

Zelenskyy’s Peace Formula is a good basis to start discussions for ending the war

At the beginning of her speech, Annita Demetriou emphasized that Russia's brutal invasion of Ukraine and its attempts to annex Ukrainian territory cannot be legitimized or justified

States from all continents urged to join the coalition to create a special tribunal for Russia
News - 16 October 2023

States from all continents urged to join the coalition to create a special tribunal for Russia

Ambassador-at-large of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Anton Korynevych stresses the need to join forces to demonstrate that dictatorial regimes are responsible for their crimes, and thus, together with international partners, the world needs to prevent future conflicts and wars

LGBTIQ+ couple of a servicewoman and an activist got “married” in Kharkiv
News - 28 August 2023

LGBTIQ+ couple of a servicewoman and an activist got “married” in Kharkiv

On August 25, Alina Shevchenko, a servicewoman, and Stanislava Petlytsia, an activist, performed a “wedding” ceremony in Kharkiv, a city heavily damaged by Russian missiles. The performance took place near the Central Wedding Palace. The only difference between the celebration and an official wedding was that the women did not register their marriage at the […]

Social isolation, ignoring needs and multiple discrimination: what Ukrainian Roma face when fleeing war
Articles - 28 December 2022

Social isolation, ignoring needs and multiple discrimination: what Ukrainian Roma face when fleeing war

ZMINA talked about these problems and the search for their solution with internally displaced Roma, Roma activists, as well as representatives of state institutions.

95 executions in Donbas
Articles - 06 June 2017

95 executions in Donbas

Human rights defenders recorded 11 cases of executions by Ukrainian military

Human rights defenders demand a transparent competition for the post of Ombudsman
News - 24 May 2017

Human rights defenders demand a transparent competition for the post of Ombudsman

Representatives of the Human Rights Information Centre, the Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, the Center for Civil Liberties, the Amnesty International, the Freedom House took part in the action

A house has burned down as a result of shelling of the Stanytsia Luhanska residential sector
News - 12 May 2017

A house has burned down as a result of shelling of the Stanytsia Luhanska residential sector

The militants have opened fire three times using small arms in the direction of the Valuiske village of the Stanytsia-Luhanska district

A draft bill on the status of Crimean Tatar people registered in the Parliament
News - 07 April 2017

A draft bill on the status of Crimean Tatar people registered in the Parliament

This refers to reformatting the Autonomous Republic of Crimea in the national-territorial autonomy

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

Russia prevents Ukraine from creating international platforms on Crimea issues – MFA
News - 07 April 2017

Russia prevents Ukraine from creating international platforms on Crimea issues – MFA

Minister of Foreign Affairs Klimkin answered the questions of MP Refat Chubarov

In Ukraine more than 450 jobs are still banned for women – report
News - 10 February 2017

In Ukraine more than 450 jobs are still banned for women – report

The report will be considered at the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women

The Institute of National Remembrance supports the initiative to condemn communist crimes
News - 24 November 2016

The Institute of National Remembrance supports the initiative to condemn communist crimes

Ukrainian international lawyer Vasylenko insists that the tribunal is relevant because crimes against humanity do not have statutes of limitations.

Female police officers of Kramatorsk town discriminated by their senior leadership
News - 18 November 2016

Female police officers of Kramatorsk town discriminated by their senior leadership

Female police officers of Kramatorsk town, Donetsk region, state they suffer discrimination on part of their senior leadership

News - 07 November 2016

Azov battalion representatives disrupt screening of film about Equality March

Representatives of the Azov battalion tried to disrupt screening of the March of Dialogue film by Oksana Poddubna in Kremenchuh, Poltava region

Judge in Maidan cases obtains right to work for life – lawyer
News - 07 November 2016

Judge in Maidan cases obtains right to work for life – lawyer

Judge of the Kyiv Administrative Court of Appeals Volodymyr Melnychuk passed the qualification assessment at the High Qualification Commission of Judges

Russian lawyers not allowed to visit Panov in Lefortovo remand prison
News - 03 November 2016

Russian lawyers not allowed to visit Panov in Lefortovo remand prison

Investigator was given the order to let only one certain person

Umerov handed updated charges to, ‘invited’ for questioning
News - 03 November 2016

Umerov handed updated charges to, ‘invited’ for questioning

Russian Federal Security Service handed an updated resolution on charges against Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people Ilmi Umerov

Russia refuses to extradite Oleg Sentsov because of assigned Russian citizenship
News - 21 October 2016

Russia refuses to extradite Oleg Sentsov because of assigned Russian citizenship

Russia has refused to extradite Ukrainian political prisoner and filmmaker Oleg Sentsov to Ukraine