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In Crimea pro-Ukrainian activist Balukh is sentenced to 3 years and 7 months of imprisonment in the colony
News - 04 August 2017

In Crimea pro-Ukrainian activist Balukh is sentenced to 3 years and 7 months of imprisonment in the colony

The Ukrainian’s defense stated that the case against him was falsified and that the verdict will be appealed in higher instances

Lawyers of Heavenly Hundred heroes submitted to The Hague further evidence of Russia’s involvement in the crimes during Euromaidan
News - 07 July 2017

Lawyers of Heavenly Hundred heroes submitted to The Hague further evidence of Russia’s involvement in the crimes during Euromaidan

This is the third submission of the materials by the Advocacy Advisory Panel

Several candidates to the Supreme Court on competition wrote decisions that they have previously decided (updated)
News - 23 February 2017

Several candidates to the Supreme Court on competition wrote decisions that they have previously decided (updated)

According to the Public Integrity Council, such inequality in the competition undermines the credibility of its results

Poroshenko signs law on High Council of Justice
News - 03 January 2017

Poroshenko signs law on High Council of Justice

The President thanked the Verkhovna Rada, which listened to his proposal...

Only 29% of the candidates for Supreme Court are not related to judicial system
News - 22 December 2016

Only 29% of the candidates for Supreme Court are not related to judicial system

On the stage of admission HQCJU excluded 45% of lawyer, scientists and candidates with collective experience

Training sessions for investigators and local police officers start in Kyiv region
Articles - 27 September 2016

Training sessions for investigators and local police officers start in Kyiv region

Training will last one year

Trials of political prisoners in Crimea should be covered by foreign journalists – Crimean journalist
News - 26 September 2016

Trials of political prisoners in Crimea should be covered by foreign journalists – Crimean journalist

If the local media are afraid to do this...

Ukraine’s Council of Judges opposes renewal of judiciary
News - 21 September 2016

Ukraine’s Council of Judges opposes renewal of judiciary

Termination of powers of a judge after the expiration of a five-year term is not grounds for termination of employment

Ukraine’s Deputy Minister for Occupied Territories: Militants use prisoners as ‘labor army’ in occupied territories
News - 14 September 2016

Ukraine’s Deputy Minister for Occupied Territories: Militants use prisoners as ‘labor army’ in occupied territories

It is referred to about several thousand people

Activists call on Parliament to appoint competition for 10% of judges
Articles - 05 September 2016

Activists call on Parliament to appoint competition for 10% of judges

The activists have called on the Ukrainian Parliament to reject resolutions on the election of 762 judges for an indefinite term

From ‘super body’ to effective system
Articles - 04 September 2016

From ‘super body’ to effective system

What role do new constitutional amendments play in the reform of Ukrainian prosecutor's office?

Iryna Vyrtosu: We should not contrast one national community with another
Articles - 01 September 2016

Iryna Vyrtosu: We should not contrast one national community with another

I have recently spoken to a 3-year-old girl and asked her “Where's your toy?” She answered me very calmly and confidently “The Gypsies have stolen it"

Favorable employment of ATO participants comes into force in Ukraine
News - 30 August 2016

Favorable employment of ATO participants comes into force in Ukraine

The amendments apply only to people, who are registered at the State Employment Service as unemployed

Crimean prosecutor’s office threatens to punish Ukrainians for participation in events dedicated to Independence Day
News - 23 August 2016

Crimean prosecutor’s office threatens to punish Ukrainians for participation in events dedicated to Independence Day

Activist of the Ukrainian Cultural Center of Crimea received a warning notice from the prosecutor of Simferopol

Militants Stop the Return of Prisoners from Donbas
News - 18 August 2016

Militants Stop the Return of Prisoners from Donbas

Militants have decided that they can use prisoners for their own purposes

President Vetoes the Bill on Immunity for ATO Fighters
News - 17 August 2016

President Vetoes the Bill on Immunity for ATO Fighters

Earlier Ukrainian human rights activists criticized the legislative initiative, pointing out a number of flaws in it

MP Nadiya Savchenko goes on hunger strike again
News - 02 August 2016

MP Nadiya Savchenko goes on hunger strike again

She will thus demand to free Ukrainian captives

Pavel Sheremet’s murder is the latest in a long line of violent attacks
Articles - 28 July 2016

Pavel Sheremet’s murder is the latest in a long line of violent attacks

The murder of the journalist Pavel Sheremet is the latest and most egregious example of violence against journalists in Ukraine