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HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS IN THE LNR/DNR

Justice for peace in Donbas

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DESTRUCTIONS IN DONBAS

Justice for peace in Donbas

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PLACES OF ILLEGAL DETENTION

Justice for peace in Donbas

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GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE IN THE CONFLICT ZONE OF EASTERN UKRAINE

Justice for Peace in Donbas

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INVOLVEMENT OF CHILDREN IN ARMED FORMATIONS DURING THE MILITARY CONFLICT IN DONBAS

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SOCIAL RIGHTS IN DONBAS

Justice for peace in Donbas East SOS

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MISSING PERSONS

Justice for peace in Donbas East SOS

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FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT

Justice for peace in Donbas East SOS

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HEALTH CARE FACILITIES IN THE ATO ZONE

Justice for peace in Donbas

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Хозяева дискурса: американо-израильский терроризм

Шамир И. Хозяева дискурса: американо-израильский терроризм (zip-file)

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История политических репрессий и сопротивление несвободе в СССР

История политических репрессий и сопротивление несвободе в СССР (zip-file)

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Surviving Hell

Surviving Hell: Testimonies of Victims on Places of Illegal Detention in Donbas. Monitoring Report

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Российская Федерация: отказ в справедливости (англ.)

This report focuses on specific and serious violations of international human rights and humanitarian law by Russian law enforcement and security forces. Throughout the Russian Federation, the torture or ill-treatment of women, men and children in custody is virtually routine. Conditions in the country’s disease-ridden and overcrowded pre-trial detention centres are generally so appalling that they amount to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment. In the context of the conflict in Chechnya, there have been widespread and credible reports of attacks against civilians, rape and other forms of torture, “disappearances” and extrajudicial executions by Russian forces.  

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Can Holodomor 1932–1933 in Ukraine and Kuban be classified as genocide?

This opinion is intended to demonstrate that Holodomor 1932–1933 in Ukraine and Kuban has elements of a crime against humanity and of genocide.

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Ukrainian penitentiary legislation in the light of the standards of the un and council of Europe anti-torture committees

We offer the Reader an analysis of compliance of Ukrainian legislation governing the order of detention in custody, serving of punishments connected with deprivation of liberty, with the international standards enshrined in the UN Convention against Torture and expressed in the conclusions and recommendations of the UN Committee against Torture, as well as numerous reports of the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture (the CPT) after the visits to Ukraine.

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Sixth Periodic Report of Ukraine on Implementation of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

In 2013, the UN Committee against Torture (hereinafter — the Committee) should have considered the Sixth Periodic Report of Ukraine on implementation of the provisions of the UN Convention against Torture. We recall that the previous Fifth Periodic Report of Ukraine was considered by the Committee in May 2007 and the periodic reports are provided once in four years.

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Torture and ill-treatment of children in Ukraine

This publication presents the results of research and analysis conducted by the Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group (KHPG) in 2012 in the framework of the project “Protecting children from torture and ill-treatment in Ukraine” supported by the Democracy Grant Program of the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine

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Human rights in Ukraine – 2007. Human rights organizations report

Kharkiv: Prava Ludyny, 2007. – 256 р. This book considers the human rights situation in Ukraine during 2007, it is based on studies by various non-governmental human rights organizations and specialists in this area. Each unit concentrates on identifying and analysing violations of specific rights in this period, as well as discussing any positive moves which were made in protecting the given rights. Current legislation which encourages infringements of rights and freedoms is also analyzed, together with draft laws which could change the situation. The conclusions of the research contain recommendations for eliminating the violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms and improving the overall situation.

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Freedom of peaceful assemblies and freedom of associations in Ukraine

This is a special issue N67 of the informative-analytic bulletin "Prava ludyny". It contains materials devoted to freedom of peaceful assemblies and freedom of associations in Ukraine as well as some aspect of development of civil society and human rights protection in Ukraine. Freedom of peaceful assan bUes and freedom of associations in Ukraine / Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group; Designed by A. Ageev. -Kharkiv: Folio, 2002. - 152p.

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FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IN UKRAINE -2002

The Agency of author's and related rights of Ukraine introduced the system of monitoring TV and radio programs. It is expected that these measures will prevent the use of non-licensed products. According to Sergey Bondarenko, the manager of the agency of author's rights, technical facilities of the monitoring system permit simultaneous recording of several electronic mass media. The records will be kept for three years. Explaining the necessity of this measures, Bondarenko told that the agency guard the rights of five thousand Ukrainian authors. However, only four radio stations and four TV companies agreed to pay royalties to the authors, whose production they use. The monitoring is introduced for the time being only in Kyiv. In future it is planned to include oblast centers, and to record all mass media in the capital around the clock. Valentin Chebotariov, the head of the State Committee in charge of intellectual property, is sure that it will be possible to use the monitoring data as evidence in court. The National Council in charge of TV and radio broadcasting will have to react fast after finding the violations.

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Freedom of expression in Ukraine – 2003

This is a special issue No.74 of the informative-analytic bulletin «Prava ludyny». It contains materials on informational conflicts in Ukraine in 2003. Freedom of expression in Ukraine - 2003 / Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group; Illustration by O. Gerchuk. - Kharkiv: Folio, 2004. - 312 p.

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Human rights in Ukraine – 2005. Human rights organizations report

This book considers the human rights situation in Ukraine during 2005 and is based on studies by various non-governmental human rights organizations and specialists in this area. The first part gives a general assessment of state policy with regard to human rights in 2005, while in the second part each unit concentrates on identifying and analysing violations of specific rights in 2005, as well as discussing any positive moves which were made in protecting the given rights. Current legislation which encour­ages infringements of rights and freedoms is also analyzed, together with draft laws which could change the situation. The conclusions of the research contain recommendations for eliminating the violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms and improving the overall situation. Human Rights in Ukraine — 2005. Report by Human Rights Organizations. / Editors H68 Y.Zakharov, I.Rapp, V.Yavorsky / Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union, Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group — Kharkiv: Prava Ludyny, 2006. — 328 p.

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Against torture. Review of messages on torture and cruel treatment in Ukraine (June 2001 – December 2002)

Against torture. Review of messages on torture and cruel treatment in Ukraine (June 2001 – December 2002) / Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group; Designed by B. Zakharov. – Kharkiv: Folio, 2004. –112 p. This is a special issue No 76 of the informative-analytic bulletin «Prava Ludyny» («Human Rights»). It contains review of many information sources on torture and cruel treatment in Ukraine for the period June 2001 – December 2002.

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The Presidential elections – 2004 in Ukraine. A Human Rights perspective

This book is devoted to the 2004 Presidential Elections in Ukraine. The texts are original articles, reports, public statements and personal appeals, all written in direct response to the events unfolding in the months preceding the elections and during the «Orange Revolution». They provide insight and analysis into the human rights issues which came to the fore and prompted an unprecedented affirmation by millions of Ukrainians of their fundamental rights, including the right to choose their own leaders. The Presidential elections - 2004 in Ukraine. A Human Rights perspective / Compiler Y.Y. Zakharov; Designer B.Y. Zakharov, - Khar-kiv: Folio, 2005. - 140 p.


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