Experts from CEDOS investigated 20 cities in 5 regions and classified them by distance from military operations
He was tortured with electroshocks to the ears. Stas used to say that if you received such an electroshock your eyes would pop out of your head
Human rights defenders recorded 11 cases of executions by Ukrainian military
If there is no general consensus that certain principles of human rights such as, the principle non-discrimination as a basic foundation of daily work, then we won’t make any progress...
The lawyers of the killed Euromaidan activists have submitted new information on the crimes committed during Euromaidan protests
The amnesty law must be properly considered, human rights activists insist
The man will soon mark four months in custody
The experts call on public and international community to closely monitor the fate of the bill
Ukrainian and international experts have slammed the arguments of MP Herashchenko negating the need for ratification of the Rome Statute by Ukraine
Nobody needs us. People, who were in captivity, have no status.
How the human rights activists slammed the constitutional amendments related to judiciary
Crimean inmates ask senior officials to find ways to return them to the mainland Ukraine
The book "The Peninsula of Fear: Chronicle of Occupation and Violation of Human Rights in Crimea" contains the history of human rights violations in Crimea within 2015 - early 2016
The experts of the Human Rights Agenda platform insist on the immediate elimination of threats enshrined in the constitutional reform
Would you like to look behind the scenes and learn about how the National Preventive Mechanism in Ukraine?
Chair of the Council believes oil should not be poured on flames in the conflict in the Court of Appeal of Cherkasy region and the situation should be given time to be “leveled”
The Parliament is asked to determine the status of the decisions of the UN Committees on Human Rights and Against Torture
Human Rights Information Centre summarizes the key human rights events of 2015 in Ukraine
A child needs safety, comfort, attention, and support to cope with the experienced horrors of war
The victims claim that the local police delay investigation into arson and death threats
The human rights activists urges the parties to the armed conflict to open new corridors for civilians.
At least 1.2 million persons failed to express their will at the local elections in Ukraine
The fallen media members were commemorated on the Independence Square in Kyiv.
The NGOs hope that Ukrainian lawmakers will grant the IDPs right to vote till end of September
The Crimea battalion commander tells how the occupation authorities persecute his mother
The non-governmental organizations ask President Petro Poroshenko to support the project of socialization and rehabilitation of the ATO participants
August 3, the representatives of the Roma community from Kyiv, Odesa, and Chernihiv commemorated the victims of the Roma people Holocaust in the Babyn Yar Kyiv preserve
The information about shutting down the Office of Special Investigations into Crimes Committed on EuroMaidan has set the whole public in turmoil
What should be done for the Council of Judges of Ukraine to start to consider an appeal of a judge over pressure and interference in his work on part of the chiefs?
The case of Serhiy Bondarenko, a judge in the Court of Appeals in Cherkasy Oblast, resembles a detective story, full of details and documents and conspiracy
The law “On Ensuring the Right to a Fair Trial” leaves in place levers to influence the judicial branch
The shelling of Mariupol on January 24, 2015 originated from the direction of the Dzherzhynske–Kachkarske-Rosy Luxemburg villages
On January 2, the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine (NSDC) proclaimed that Ukraine must not ratify the Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) until Russia does the same.
Thousands of people gathered in Independence Square to rally in commemoration of three activists killed during Euromaidan