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Ukrainian lawmaker Anton Herashchenko: Why does Ukraine need membership in the International Criminal Court?
Articles - 15 July 2016

Ukrainian lawmaker Anton Herashchenko: Why does Ukraine need membership in the International Criminal Court?

Ukrainian and international experts have slammed the arguments of MP Herashchenko negating the need for ratification of the Rome Statute by Ukraine

Ukrainian police to register signs of intolerance in offence
News - 07 July 2016

Ukrainian police to register signs of intolerance in offence

This refers to discrimination based on race, national origin, religion or belief

‘LPR’ militants capture Ivano-Frankivsk journalist, record video where she confesses to being SBU agent
News - 22 June 2016

‘LPR’ militants capture Ivano-Frankivsk journalist, record video where she confesses to being SBU agent

The editorial staff believes that the journalist was forced to defame herself

Number of attacks on journalists grows in May
News - 06 June 2016

Number of attacks on journalists grows in May

IMI is observing a tendency to a slight decrease in the number of attacks on journalists and cases of precluding journalistic activity compared to the same period in 2015

Russian woman sentenced to correctional tasks for criticism of police
News - 06 June 2016

Russian woman sentenced to correctional tasks for criticism of police

Russia’s Taganrog City Court sentenced local resident Yelizaveta Tsvetkova to a year of correctional tasks for spreading leaflets criticizing the police

Ukraine plans to open police academy
News - 23 May 2016

Ukraine plans to open police academy

Ukraine plans to open the police academy. Its recruits will serve in the patrol police

National Police to create database of drug addicts – activists
News - 20 May 2016

National Police to create database of drug addicts – activists

The National Police of Ukraine is going to create a database of people, who are registered in the drug addiction treatment facilities

Occupation authorities ban Tatars from holding events on deportation day
News - 16 May 2016

Occupation authorities ban Tatars from holding events on deportation day

Regional Mejlises in Crimea are denied holding mourning events on the anniversary of deportation of the Crimean Tatars on May 18

Ukraine should investigate deportation of Crimean Tatars in 1944 – expert
News - 06 May 2016

Ukraine should investigate deportation of Crimean Tatars in 1944 – expert

Ukraine should conduct a criminal investigation into the deportation of Crimean Tatars in 1944

Parliament blocking best amendments to law on access to public information
News - 06 May 2016

Parliament blocking best amendments to law on access to public information

The amendments, elaborated to improve the Law of Ukraine "On Access to Public Information", is being blocked by the Verkhovna Rada

Head of District Administrative Court of Kyiv says police certification is unlawful
News - 05 May 2016

Head of District Administrative Court of Kyiv says police certification is unlawful

Chairman of the District Administrative Court of Kyiv Pavlo Vovk says that certification of police officers following their acceptance into service is unlawful

Online service for district police officers planned to be launched in Kyiv
News - 15 April 2016

Online service for district police officers planned to be launched in Kyiv

The online services aimed at the interaction between community and police are planned to be launched in Kyiv

Yanukovych-era restrictions on peaceful assemblies return – expert
News - 11 April 2016

Yanukovych-era restrictions on peaceful assemblies return – expert

The practice of injunctions against the mass events to the indefinite number of persons on an extensive area returns to Ukraine

Ombudsperson receives 359 complaints about discrimination last year
News - 01 April 2016

Ombudsperson receives 359 complaints about discrimination last year

In 2015, the Ukrainian Parliament Human Rights Commissioner received 359 complaints about discrimination

International hybrid tribunal as response to total impunity
Columns - 14 March 2016

International hybrid tribunal as response to total impunity

Human rights activist Oleksandra Matviychuk tells about things which should be paid attention to when choosing the model of a hybrid international tribunal for Ukraine

World community cannot protect Crimean Tatars from repressions – Chubarov
News - 14 March 2016

World community cannot protect Crimean Tatars from repressions – Chubarov

The international community cannot protect Crimean Tatars, who have been harassed by Russia on the occupied peninsula

Poklonskaya files lawsuit to ban Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people
News - 15 February 2016

Poklonskaya files lawsuit to ban Mejlis of Crimean Tatar people

Prosecutor of the Russian occupying authorities in Crimea Natalya Poklonskaya has filed a lawsuit to the Russian Supreme Court of Crimea with the request to ban the activities of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people

Qualification Commission to consider complaint about ‘madness’ of Cherkasy judge Bondarenko
News - 15 February 2016

Qualification Commission to consider complaint about ‘madness’ of Cherkasy judge Bondarenko

The lawyer of the judge draws attention to the violation of the secrecy of the deliberations room