HIV/AIDS

Russian journalists, who visited the annexed Crimea, are not allowed to enter Eurovision in Ukraine
News - 08 May 2017

Russian journalists, who visited the annexed Crimea, are not allowed to enter Eurovision in Ukraine

Iryna Herashchenko advocated a ban on entry to Ukraine for Russian journalists, who have illegally visited the occupied part of Donbass

Transgender and HIV-positive people will be allowed to adopt in Ukraine?
News - 14 February 2017

Transgender and HIV-positive people will be allowed to adopt in Ukraine?

The Ministry of Healthcare published a draft order for public discussion

Two Ukrainians died in the Crimean prisoners, after being denied medical treatment
News - 09 December 2016

Two Ukrainians died in the Crimean prisoners, after being denied medical treatment

According to the report, the inhabitant of Henichesk Valery Kerimov was taken from a correctional facility in Crimea to a prison №1 Adygea Republic, where he died on September 8.

Constitutional amendments on judiciary: Five errors of Poroshenko
Articles - 24 December 2015

Constitutional amendments on judiciary: Five errors of Poroshenko

The experts suggest amending the provisions on recognition of jurisdiction of the international courts, filing a constitutional complaint, the reform of the prosecutor’s offices and the Bar, as well as the replacement of judges

Just a chronic disease, or Five Comments on HIV
Articles - 27 November 2015

Just a chronic disease, or Five Comments on HIV

HIV infection can be controlled. People do not die from AIDS as it was 20-30 years ago

Militants deliver another twenty prisoners to Ukraine’s side
News - 05 August 2015

Militants deliver another twenty prisoners to Ukraine’s side

Today at noon, the Russian-backed militants delivered 20 Ukrainian prisoners from the uncontrolled territory of Donetsk region with the assistance of the Ukraine’s Ombudsperson

Uzhgorod residents prevent dark skinned girl from entering route taxi
News - 30 July 2015

Uzhgorod residents prevent dark skinned girl from entering route taxi

July 26, a dark-skinned woman from Sierra Leone and her eight-month baby were not allowed entering a route taxi in Uzhgorod, western Ukraine

Student from Crimea Demands IDP status in Court
News - 08 June 2015

Student from Crimea Demands IDP status in Court

А student of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ruslan Nicheporuk, said that he was first registered at a dormitory after moving to Kyiv

Human Rights Advocates: Crimea is a Dissent-Free Zone
News - 26 March 2015

Human Rights Advocates: Crimea is a Dissent-Free Zone

Crimean authorities are putting pressure on the media and independent organizations and pursuing Crimean Tatars and Ukrainian activists

Festival of Equality: Fighting Discrimination through Art
Articles - 17 December 2014

Festival of Equality: Fighting Discrimination through Art

The first Festival of Equality took place in Kyiv on December 13-16