gender equality

Women with disabilities share about their experience with volunteering and inclusion amidst the war in Ukraine
Articles - 06 March 2024

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

In this article, women with disabilities shared their experiences of living through the war, the challenges they face, particularly in the context of gender equality, and their plans for the post-war future

From education and activism to work in the Council of Europe: the stories of Roma women Zemfira Kondur and Viola Popenko
News - 03 November 2023

From education and activism to work in the Council of Europe: the stories of Roma women Zemfira Kondur and Viola Popenko

ZMINA talked to two Roma women – Zemfira Kondur and Viola Popenko, who work in an international organisation – the Council of Europe. There are currently only two such women in Ukraine, but every year there are more and more active Roma women.

Ukraine in The Hague: number of shots proves that Russia is supplying weapons
News - 06 March 2017

Ukraine in The Hague: number of shots proves that Russia is supplying weapons

Only in Avdiivka the number of fired shots has reached almost 50,000 units in the last few weeks and this amount of ammunition equals 80 filled freight cars

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

Zurab Alasania leaves the post of National Television and Radio Broadcasting Company director general
News - 01 November 2016

Zurab Alasania leaves the post of National Television and Radio Broadcasting Company director general

Director General of the National Television and Radio Broadcasting Company of Ukraine Zurab Alasania has written a letter of resignation

Vice PM: 17,000 female soldiers serve in Ukrainian Armed Forces
News - 16 September 2016

Vice PM: 17,000 female soldiers serve in Ukrainian Armed Forces

17,000 women currently serve in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, what makes 8.5% of a general number of the armed forces personnel.

FSB takes away nine Crimean Tatars for questioning
News - 11 February 2016

FSB takes away nine Crimean Tatars for questioning

Eight simultaneous searches took place in Crimea in the morning

Media hardly cover needs of women in ATO area – report
News - 15 January 2016

Media hardly cover needs of women in ATO area – report

According to the report, the media highlight three images of female military officers

Play about women’s rights acted out in Ukraine’s Parliament
News - 25 November 2015

Play about women’s rights acted out in Ukraine’s Parliament

The world-famous documentary play tells seven stories of women, who are fighting for the rights in their countries.

Case materials may disappear in course of Interior Ministry reform
News - 20 November 2015

Case materials may disappear in course of Interior Ministry reform

The legislation does not stipulate the transfer of operational and search cases to the criminal police.

Parisians launch #JeSuisEnTerrasse action saying they will not be intimidated
News - 17 November 2015

Parisians launch #JeSuisEnTerrasse action saying they will not be intimidated

The Parisians have their photos taken at the terrace to show they are not afraid

А gift for man with a hearing impairment
Articles - 10 March 2015

А gift for man with a hearing impairment

Muharrem is young man with a hearing impairment. He usually goes shopping or for a walk to the park with his sister who helps him communicate with the world

Ratification of the Rome Statute as part of Ukraine’s fulfilment of its obligations
Articles - 28 January 2015

Ratification of the Rome Statute as part of Ukraine’s fulfilment of its obligations

Ratification of the Rome Statute as part of Ukraine’s fulfilment of its obligations