Experts have pointed out that 3585 children, including 150 orphans, are still in orphanages, special schools, and children's homes in the ATO
A Russian Duma MP asked Russia’s chief prosecutor to check into five non-governmental organizations and determine whether they present a danger to the state
The Ombudsman points out that, in order to solve the problems with entry into the temporarily occupied Crimea, amendments must be made to the laws relating to the special order of issuance or changes made to the passports of citizens of Ukraine
The book tells about the annexation and human rights violations in the temporarily occupied territories during the past year, took place in Kyiv
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)
The occupying "power" in Crimea has decided to forbid any demonstrations on May 18th and is using the holiday of Hydyrlez to divide the Crimean Tatar people
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
On March 4, 2015, the parliamentary Committee on Human Rights, National Minorities and International Relations held hearings to discuss the draft National Strategy on Human Rights. Coordinator for LGBT Human Rights for – co-coordinator of the Council of LGBT Organisations of Ukraine Andriy Maymulakhin said, the need to mention explicitly the protection of the LGBT […]
The de facto authorities in Crimea have failed to investigate a series of abductions and torture of their critics, and resorted to an unrelenting campaign of intimidation to silence dissent, said Amnesty International in a briefing published today on the first anniversary of annexation. Violations of the rights to freedom of expression, assembly and association […]
Her parents’ apartment was searched this morning
On Saturday, February 28th, about two hundred activists took part in the flashmob "Crimea is Ukraine" in the center of Kyiv
Ukrainian art therapists are looking for ways to provide professional assistance on the state level to those hurt in the ATO, internally displaced and all in need of it
“Price of a Jew in occupied Kiev: two loafs of bread, 50 marks and a pint of oil," recalls Olexander Sklyarovsky who survived the Nazi occupation of Kyiv during World War II
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