health

Crimean political prisoner Dmytro Shtyblikov is kept isolated
News - 08 August 2023

Crimean political prisoner Dmytro Shtyblikov is kept isolated

The health of Ukrainian political prisoner Dmytro Shtyblikov, who was convicted of “high treason” by Russia for the second time, is deteriorating. Russian occupying forces keep him in a complete information vacuum. The Association of Relatives of Kremlin’s Political Prisoners, a Ukrainian non-profit organization that supports family members of political prisoners held by Russia, reports […]

Political prisoner Server Mustafayev shares about poor conditions in Russian prison and lack of medical aid
News - 18 July 2023

Political prisoner Server Mustafayev shares about poor conditions in Russian prison and lack of medical aid

A political prisoner from Crimea and a human rights activist, Server Mustafayev, has to wait to see a cardiologist despite heart pain and shortness of breath, as reported by his wife, Maye Mustafayeva. Mustafayev was a coordinator of a prominent human rights initiative, Crimean Solidarity, that focused on the rights of Crimean Tatars and political […]

Health condition of a Crimean political prisoner Volodymyr Dudka deteriorates
News - 06 July 2023

Health condition of a Crimean political prisoner Volodymyr Dudka deteriorates

The health condition of the Crimean political prisoner Volodymyr Dudka is deteriorating. Russian occupying forces do not provide him with medical care, according to Ilya Dudka, the son of Volodymyr Dudka. Ilya shared this news with the Association of Political Prisoners of the Kremlin, a Ukrainian non-profit organization that supports family members of political prisoners held […]

Chairman of Ukrainian Parliament’s Committee on Human Rights: Ignoring issue of Roma people in Ukraine may disrupt visa-free regime
News - 20 October 2016

Chairman of Ukrainian Parliament’s Committee on Human Rights: Ignoring issue of Roma people in Ukraine may disrupt visa-free regime

The failure to comply with the strategy for protection and integration of the Roma national minority into Ukrainian society could undermine the visa liberalization

Head of Ukrainian National Police: Kyiv lacks patrol police officers
News - 04 July 2016

Head of Ukrainian National Police: Kyiv lacks patrol police officers

National Police cannot solve this problem still

Prisoners Do Not Receive Adequate Medical Care either in Captivity or Afterwards
News - 13 June 2016

Prisoners Do Not Receive Adequate Medical Care either in Captivity or Afterwards

Medical Problems Remain Even after Captivity...

Crimean ambulances may not officially come to people aged 70 years or over
News - 05 May 2016

Crimean ambulances may not officially come to people aged 70 years or over

The access to medical care is deteriorating in Crimea. The peninsula residents complain about the queues in hospitals, the level of services, lack of medicines, rudeness of staff and bureaucracy

Cancer incidence in Chernobyl-affected Ukrainian regions three times higher – doctors
News - 26 April 2016

Cancer incidence in Chernobyl-affected Ukrainian regions three times higher – doctors

The cancer incidence in the regions of Ukraine most affected by the Chernobyl NPP disaster exceeds the average Ukrainian level twice and sometimes even thrice

Patrol police offers law enforcement agencies focusing on community
News - 13 April 2016

Patrol police offers law enforcement agencies focusing on community

The patrol police are implementing new approach in the law enforcement activity which will focus on the community and its local problems

Savchenko’s health condition critical – lawyer
News - 11 March 2016

Savchenko’s health condition critical – lawyer

Savchenko’s health condition after dry hunger strike is tough. She vomits the water she tries to drink.

Parents of children with brittle bones urge Health Minister ‘not to break life’
News - 03 December 2015

Parents of children with brittle bones urge Health Minister ‘not to break life’

The children with a rare bone disease can break a bone following any careless movement - sneezing or even heaviness of a children's blanket.

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

Police describe report of the Council of Europe on investigation into Odesa tragedy as ‘expert opinion’
News - 06 November 2015

Police describe report of the Council of Europe on investigation into Odesa tragedy as ‘expert opinion’

The Interior Ministry of Ukraine has responded to the report that harshly criticizes the actions of the law enforcement officers, having described it as "expert opinion."