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06.06.2013
On the eve of Ukraine’s Journalist Day, 6 June, 40 human rights organizations have issued a statement expressing concern over the escalating assault on freedom of expression and reduction o
23.05.2013
Two journalists were attacked while covering a street rally in Kiev, and nine more Ukrainian reporters were in danger of losing government accreditation following a protest to support their colleagues.
11.02.2013
26 human rights groups, including many members of the Civic Solidarity Platform have appealed to the Ukrainian government to live up to its OSCE chairmanship role and refrain from extraditing former Tajik prime minister Abdumalik Abdullajanov, who was arrested in Kiev last week and is wanted by t
14.11.2012
Established in 2005, Kharkiv regional foundation „Public Alternative" is a ukrainian non-government organization, with aim to contribute to building an open civil society in Ukraine, to realizing of civil rights and freedom of citizens.
30.10.2012
Ukraine submitted an official report to the United Nations Human Rights Council within the framework of the Universal Periodic Review. It contains information about the human rights situation in the country during the last four years.
17.10.2012
Amnesty International has urged Ukrainian parliamentarians ahead of parliamentary elections on 28 October to commit publicly to addressing police abuse in the country. 
08.10.2012
Civil society organisations from Ukraine and other countries have agreed to monitor the activities of the Ukrainian government during the country’s chairmanship in the OSCE in 2013.
02.10.2012
The Parliament of Ukraine adopted a new draft law, which would ban ‘propaganda of homosexuality’. On October 2, 2012, 289 MPs voted in favour of the draft law 8711.
21.09.2012
Established in 2002, the All-Ukrainian youth NGO “Foundation of Regional Initiatives” (FRI) is a center for building social youth movement and training leaders of a new generation in Ukraine.
23.07.2012
We, the undersigned members of the Civic Solidarity Platform, urge the Council of Europe, EU institutions and member states and the OSCE to immediately call upon the Ukrainian authorities to put an end to restrictions on freedom of expression and the on-going political interference with the media
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On the eve of Ukraine’s Journalist Day, 6 June, 40 human rights organizations have issued a statement expressing concern over the escalating assault on freedom of expression and reduction o

Two journalists were attacked while covering a street rally in Kiev, and nine more Ukrainian reporters were in danger of losing government accreditation following a protest to support their colleagues.

26 human rights groups, including many members of the Civic Solidarity Platform have appealed to the Ukrainian government to live up to its OSCE chairmanship role and refrain from extraditing former Tajik prime minister Abdumalik Abdullajanov, who was arrested in Kiev last week and is wanted by t

Ukraine submitted an official report to the United Nations Human Rights Council within the framework of the Universal Periodic Review. It contains information about the human rights situation in the country during the last four years.

Amnesty International has urged Ukrainian parliamentarians ahead of parliamentary elections on 28 October to commit publicly to addressing police abuse in the country. 

Civil society organisations from Ukraine and other countries have agreed to monitor the activities of the Ukrainian government during the country’s chairmanship in the OSCE in 2013.

The Parliament of Ukraine adopted a new draft law, which would ban ‘propaganda of homosexuality’. On October 2, 2012, 289 MPs voted in favour of the draft law 8711.

We, the undersigned members of the Civic Solidarity Platform, urge the Council of Europe, EU institutions and member states and the OSCE to immediately call upon the Ukrainian authorities to put an end to restrictions on freedom of expression and the on-going political interference with the media

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