Human Rights Center ZMINA

 

The Human Rights Centre ZMINA is engaged in informational, educational, monitoring, analytical and advocacy activities in the field of human rights. In particular, the organisation works in the field of protection of freedom of speech, assembly and associations, freedom of movement, combating discrimination, preventing torture and ill-treatment, combating impunity, protecting human rights defenders and civic activists in Ukraine, including in the occupied Crimea.

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