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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

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

“Time for appeals and pleas passed. Putin is a man of war understands only weapon”, – Chubarov
News - 31 January 2017

“Time for appeals and pleas passed. Putin is a man of war understands only weapon”, – Chubarov

Politician believs that Russia should be disconnected from the SWIFT, the system of international bank transactions

In Chernihiv migrant was attacked at temporary residence centre
News - 30 January 2017

In Chernihiv migrant was attacked at temporary residence centre

The victim is in intensive care unit

Gerashchenko predicts the abolition of “Savchenko law” already in February
News - 23 January 2017

Gerashchenko predicts the abolition of “Savchenko law” already in February

"Frauds and corrupt officials were released pre-term..."

Tandit said the new number of hostages in the Donbass
News - 26 December 2016

Tandit said the new number of hostages in the Donbass

In the near future Ukraine will hand over 15 hostages from the list of DPR and LPR

Charges were brought against Ukrainian activist Balukh in Crimea
News - 14 December 2016

Charges were brought against Ukrainian activist Balukh in Crimea

Ukrainian denies his guilt

In Crimea, the human rights defender Emir-Useyin Kuku was involuntarily sent to a psychiatric examination
News - 08 December 2016

In Crimea, the human rights defender Emir-Useyin Kuku was involuntarily sent to a psychiatric examination

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine protested against a psychiatry examination, used against Ukrainian citizens

Parachute jumping for protection of human rights. How FightForRight visually impaired activists conquered sky
Articles - 18 October 2016

Parachute jumping for protection of human rights. How FightForRight visually impaired activists conquered sky

Extreme sports lovers, bright, courageous, resolute in defending their rights... It's all about #FightForRight action participants

FSB called the detained journalist of the Ukrinform an intelligence colonel
News - 03 October 2016

FSB called the detained journalist of the Ukrinform an intelligence colonel

Ukrainian intelligence denies that Sushchenko was its employee

Why will visually impaired teenagers not read a new book about Harry Potter?
Columns - 30 September 2016

Why will visually impaired teenagers not read a new book about Harry Potter?

I wrote more than 100 emails and Facebook messages to businesses, donors, partners, and publishers, philanthropists – I received few answers and no funds

Ukrainian Ombudsperson Office concerned by collecting personal information about public servants on Internet
News - 29 September 2016

Ukrainian Ombudsperson Office concerned by collecting personal information about public servants on Internet

Media lawyers oppose a ban on web pages with collected data of civil servants

Amnesty 2016: What is so dangerous about amnesty law
Articles - 24 September 2016

Amnesty 2016: What is so dangerous about amnesty law

The amnesty law must be properly considered, human rights activists insist

Without right to justice: Occupation power of Crimea delays consideration of appeal of political prisoner Andriy Kolomiets
Articles - 20 September 2016

Without right to justice: Occupation power of Crimea delays consideration of appeal of political prisoner Andriy Kolomiets

The man will soon mark four months in custody

Term ‘disabled’ recognized inappropriate in Ukrainian legislation
News - 08 September 2016

Term ‘disabled’ recognized inappropriate in Ukrainian legislation

The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has adopted the law, which provides for amending the law of Ukraine on ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its Optional Protocol

Prisoners Do Not Receive Adequate Medical Care either in Captivity or Afterwards
News - 13 June 2016

Prisoners Do Not Receive Adequate Medical Care either in Captivity or Afterwards

Medical Problems Remain Even after Captivity...

Captive Volodymyr: ‘State is leaving alone those who survived captivity’
Articles - 01 June 2016

Captive Volodymyr: ‘State is leaving alone those who survived captivity’

Nobody needs us. People, who were in captivity, have no status.