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27.03.2015
Fighting Impunity through Sustained Support for Human Rights Defense is a Civic Solidarity Platform project in Ukraine.
15.02.2015
A new report aims at providing a preliminary overview on the civil society dynamics and activities in relation to the Ukrainian crisis.
03.12.2014
Recommendations on a wider civil society inclusion in the OSCE response to the crisis in and around Ukraine and challenges to the comprehensive security concept – adopted at the OSCE Parallel Civil Society Conference in Basel on 3 December 2014.
28.10.2014
A new government of Ukraine to be created after the parliamentary elections must pursue deep reforms and fight impunity for grave crimes
27.10.2014
Human Rights Information Center is a Kyiv-based NGO established in 2012 conducting awareness raising activity and media campaigns in the area of human rights and coordinating a thematic journalists’ network. Organisation also works on advocacy and human rights education, monitoring act
28.05.2014
Authorities and activists of the so-called People's Republic of Donetsk grossly and systematically violate human rights
28.05.2014
Finding long term solutions to the problems of the displaced persons from Crimea will require a coordinated effort and commitment from Ukrainian authorities and humanitarian organizations.
20.05.2014
As a rule, these violations followed the emergence of various armed groups, first and foremost in Crimea and eastern and southern Ukraine. The targets were primarily pro-Maidan activists and journalists.
06.05.2014
30 militants have been killed as the result of the anti-terrorism operation in the east of Ukraine. Pro-Russian activists keep seizing buildings in Lugansk and Donetsk Region.
06.05.2014
Russia continues attempts to destabilise the situation in the southern and eastern regions of Ukraine, with the help of diversionists and militants. According to the Ukrainian special services, they are partly financed by the former president Viktor Yanukovich.
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Fighting Impunity through Sustained Support for Human Rights Defense is a Civic Solidarity Platform project in Ukraine.

A new report aims at providing a preliminary overview on the civil society dynamics and activities in relation to the Ukrainian crisis.

Recommendations on a wider civil society inclusion in the OSCE response to the crisis in and around Ukraine and challenges to the comprehensive security concept – adopted at the OSCE Parallel Civil Society Conference in Basel on 3 December 2014.

A new government of Ukraine to be created after the parliamentary elections must pursue deep reforms and fight impunity for grave crimes, said International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and Centre for Civil Liberties (CCL, Ukraine) in a joint statement.

Authorities and activists of the so-called People's Republic of Donetsk grossly and systematically violate human rights.

Finding long term solutions to the problems of the displaced persons from Crimea will require a coordinated effort and commitment from Ukrainian authorities and humanitarian organizations.

As a rule, these violations followed the emergence of various armed groups, first and foremost in Crimea and eastern and southern Ukraine. The targets were primarily pro-Maidan activists and journalists.

30 militants have been killed as the result of the anti-terrorism operation in the east of Ukraine. Pro-Russian activists keep seizing buildings in Lugansk and Donetsk Region.

Russia continues attempts to destabilise the situation in the southern and eastern regions of Ukraine, with the help of diversionists and militants. According to the Ukrainian special services, they are partly financed by the former president Viktor Yanukovich.

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