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20.03.2014
Member organisations of the Civic Solidarity Platform today called on the OSCE participating States to extend once more the visit of the group of military and civilian observers from OSCE participating states to the East and South of Ukraine.
20.03.2014
Updates: Ukrainian authorities have begun responding to the humanitarian challenges in Crimea and are assisting citizens to depart the peninsula; several activists and Ukrainian military personnel are being held hostage in the Crimea; Separatists and the Russian military continue to storm
19.03.2014
The situation in the Crimea has entered a new and bloody phase. A Ukrainian soldier has been killed. Violent attacks on journalists haven’t ceased. 12 people are still missing
04.03.2014
Non-governmental organisations across the region urge the OSCE to act decisively and swiftly to stop intervention into Ukraine and prevent a major security crisis in Europe.
29.01.2014
Civic Solidarity Platform urged Thorbjørn Jagland, the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, to immediately address the authorities of Ukraine with an appeal to put end to violence and to launch an international investigation into the excessive use of force at EuroMaydan.
23.01.2014
As the conflict in Kiev continues to unfold, Ukrainian civil society activists say negotiations and urgent reaction of the international community are vital to resolve the crisis.
22.01.2014
The Civic Solidarity Platform, a coalition of 57 human rights organisation from across the OSCE region, expresses its deep concern about the serious clampdown on human rights and fundamental freedoms in Ukraine that is accompanied by violence.
20.01.2014
At least 26 journalists were injured during the clashes between the police and protesters in Kiev.
20.01.2014
Laws, adopted in Ukraine on 16 January, violate the legislative procedures, run counter to international treaties and domestic legislation and seriously restrict rights and freedoms of citizens of the country. These are the main conclusions of the legal analysis done by independent experts of the Centre for Civil Liberties and Euromaidan SOS civic initiative.
16.01.2014
Legislation passed today seriously restricts freedom of expression and assembly, in a move the country's civil society calls “a constitutional coup d’état”.
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Member organisations of the Civic Solidarity Platform today called on the OSCE participating States to extend once more the visit of the group of military and civilian observers from OSCE participating states to the East and South of Ukraine.

Updates: Ukrainian authorities have begun responding to the humanitarian challenges in Crimea and are assisting citizens to depart the peninsula; several activists and Ukrainian military personnel are being held hostage in the Crimea; Separatists and the Russian military continue to storm

The situation in the Crimea has entered a new and bloody phase. A Ukrainian soldier has been killed. Violent attacks on journalists haven’t ceased.

Non-governmental organisations across the region urge the OSCE to act decisively and swiftly to stop intervention into Ukraine and prevent a major security crisis in Europe.

Civic Solidarity Platform urged Thorbjørn Jagland, the Secretary General of the Council of Europe, to immediately address the authorities of Ukraine with an appeal to put end to violence and to launch an international investigation into the excessive use of force at EuroMaydan.

As the conflict in Kiev continues to unfold, Ukrainian civil society activists say negotiations and urgent reaction of the international community are vital to resolve the crisis.

The Civic Solidarity Platform, a coalition of 57 human rights organisation from across the OSCE region, expresses its deep concern about the serious clampdown on human rights and fundamental freedoms in Ukraine that is accompanied by violence.

At least 26 journalists were injured during the clashes between the police and protesters in Kiev.

Laws, adopted in Ukraine on 16 January 2014, violate the legislative procedures, run counter to international treaties and domestic legislation and seriously restrict rights and freedoms of citizens of the country.

Legislation passed today seriously restricts freedom of expression and assembly, in a move the country's civil society calls “a constitutional coup d’état”.

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