It stipulates that only the media outlets, which are willing to be reformed, will be reformed within the first stage in a pilot format. The rest outlets will be reformed in a year.
The new law allows taking photos and videos of the police officers, as well as identifying them by the numbers on uniform and helmets.
The UN member states called on the occupation authorities to stop violating human rights on the peninsula.
This is linked with the criminal case against ATR owner and one of the initiators of the Crimea blockade campaign Lenur Islyamov
The law on ensuring the rights and freedoms of the IDPs was adopted by the Parliament a year ago, but the problems have not been solved yet.
The reporters experience threats and violence on part of separatists as well as representatives of the Ukrainian volunteer battalions in some cases.
The German MPs are dissatisified with reforms in Ukraine and believe that financial assistance should be provided not in advance, but in portions
74% of women with musculoskeletal disorders visit a doctor only as the need arises.
The new radio project aims to overcome the negative stereotypes, discrimination and segregation.
Absence of complaints, filed to the High Qualification Commission, makes it impossible to evaluate the work of judges in Ukraine
Children who had fled alone from countries like Afghanistan and Syria have been offered no psychological care, women have had to use mixed showers, and a baby with a concussion was left next to a bus on a parking lot
The Head of the Court of Appeal of Cherkasy region asked the aide to the "inconvenient" judge to say that the court’s leadership had not affected her dismissal
They will work out of Simferopol
In the Freedom House report “Freedom of the Press 2015: Harsh Laws and Violence Drive Global Decline,” Crimea received 94 points out of a possible 100 (with 100 being the worst)
UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund, begins an education campaign that will provide life-saving information on the risk of mines to 500,000 children in eastern Ukraine
On March 31st, the Crimean Tatar TV channel ATR ceased broadcasting because it could not register as media under Russian law
In institutions for orphans in the occupied territories, there are no permanent telephone connections, there are problems with medicines, and locals must help them obtain foods
A public forum “Human Rights Journalism: Sex, Drugs, Human Rights” and the presentation of the Human Rights Information Center media portal took place as a part of Docudays UA
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