ECHR

Russians dismantled last Ukrainian church in temporarily occupied Crimea
News - 22 July 2024

Russians dismantled last Ukrainian church in temporarily occupied Crimea

Russian occupiers have begun dismantling the Holy Cross Exaltation Church of the Orthodox Church of Ukraine in temporarily occupied Yevpatoriia. According to Ukraine’s former Deputy Prosecutor General, Gyunduz Mamedov, it was the last Ukrainian church in Crimea.   The Voice of Crimea news portal reported that the demolition began on 21 July. Workers have already […]

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 […]

European human rights court will review a complaint on the illegal detention of a Crimean journalist Iryna Danylovych
News - 21 June 2023

European human rights court will review a complaint on the illegal detention of a Crimean journalist Iryna Danylovych

The European Court of Human Rights took into consideration a complaint submitted by lawyers this January from a Ukrainian human rights group Crimea SOS about the illegal detention and persecution by Russian occupying authorities of a civic journalist Iryna Danylovych from Feodosiya in the Eastern part of the Crimean peninsula. In late April of last […]

Ukraine won the first case in the European Court related to the occupation of Luhansk
News - 25 July 2017

Ukraine won the first case in the European Court related to the occupation of Luhansk

Judges have unanimously recognized that Ukraine is not responsible for the consequences of losing control over the territory of the Luhansk region

In Kyiv masked men vandalized exhibition of anarchist-artist
News - 08 February 2017

In Kyiv masked men vandalized exhibition of anarchist-artist

Radical nationalists are suspected in the attack

Istorychna Pravda banned in Crimea
News - 24 January 2017

Istorychna Pravda banned in Crimea

Editorial staff appeals to national and international human rights defenders with the request to influence the Russian government authorities to remove all prohibitions and restrictions on access to the website in the occupied Crimea

Doctors-sadist from the psycho-neurological care facility of Mukachevo will be under the investigation of the General Prosecutor’s Office
News - 18 January 2017

Doctors-sadist from the psycho-neurological care facility of Mukachevo will be under the investigation of the General Prosecutor’s Office

Criminal proceeding was opened on the facts of abuse of the patients by the staff

Mutual support of Crimean Tatars scares Russian investigators, said lawyer Sabinin about the Emir-Useyin Kuku case.
News - 13 December 2016

Mutual support of Crimean Tatars scares Russian investigators, said lawyer Sabinin about the Emir-Useyin Kuku case.

If there are Muslims in Crimea then it is possible that there is Muslim terrorism why not investigate this?

Ukrainian citizen, wanted for crimes against Maidan activists, detained at Boryspil Airport
News - 09 November 2016

Ukrainian citizen, wanted for crimes against Maidan activists, detained at Boryspil Airport

The man was identified on November 9 during the registration of passengers

Human rights organization “Memorial” was registered as a “foreign agent” in Russia
News - 05 October 2016

Human rights organization “Memorial” was registered as a “foreign agent” in Russia

The Ministry of Justice recognized as a political activity the organization’s statement about the law on “foreign agents”

Ukrainian Paralympians ranked third in medal table
News - 12 September 2016

Ukrainian Paralympians ranked third in medal table

Ukrainian athletes won 12 medals on Sunday

Occupation authorities in Crimea to apply new discriminatory provision in trial of Chiygoz
News - 28 July 2016

Occupation authorities in Crimea to apply new discriminatory provision in trial of Chiygoz

Deputy Chairman of the Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people Akhtem Chiygoz will not be present at the court hearing in his case

Ukrainian President Poroshenko: Russia’s behavior testifies to its involvement in MH17 crash
News - 17 July 2016

Ukrainian President Poroshenko: Russia’s behavior testifies to its involvement in MH17 crash

Ukraine works actively with Australia, Belgium, Malaysia and the Netherlands to create an international mechanism for bringing every perpetrator to justice

Ballistics test confirms involvement of five ex-Berkut officers in killings on Maidan
News - 05 July 2016

Ballistics test confirms involvement of five ex-Berkut officers in killings on Maidan

The court completed examination of ballistics tests within the case against former officers of the Berkut riot police force over killing 48 Maidan activists

New Ukrainian Commissioner for European Court of Human Rights appointed
News - 29 June 2016

New Ukrainian Commissioner for European Court of Human Rights appointed

Lawyer Ivan Lishchyna was appointed as the Ukrainian Commissioner for the European Court of Human Rights

Ukraine to file lawsuit over aggression in Donbas with ECHR in autumn
News - 24 June 2016

Ukraine to file lawsuit over aggression in Donbas with ECHR in autumn

Ukraine is going to file a lawsuit against the Russian Federation over military conflict in Donbas with the European Court of Human Rights in autumn

Savchenko arrives in Ukraine: ‘I want to apologize to all mothers whose children have not come back’
News - 25 May 2016

Savchenko arrives in Ukraine: ‘I want to apologize to all mothers whose children have not come back’

In her emotional speech, Savchenko thanked everyone who supported her

Nearly 6,000 prisoners go at large under ‘Savchenko law’ – PGO
News - 22 April 2016

Nearly 6,000 prisoners go at large under ‘Savchenko law’ – PGO

The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine (PGO) wants to amend the so-called "Savchenko law" considering it to be dangerous to society