"We were very different. Political idealism – that is simple: when engaged in politics, behave as befits a decent person. Thats all."
Orphans risk remaining permanently without care as the result of a new Resolution from the Cabinet of Ministers.
“I want people to know that there was such a category as children of the repressed. Everybody knows about repression with regard to poets, artists and prominent people. We need to remind them about the ordinary teachers, simple people and about their children who lost everything, for human memory is short
Each year from 700-800 people die in penal institutions. No more than 40 of these people commit suicide. These are just a few of the disturbing facts made public in a report prepared by “Donetsk Memorial”
The Chief Editor and two journalists of the municipal newspaper “Ratusz” have begun a hunger strike in the Mayors office. A recent move over the same conflict was to branch out into other languages so as to draw attention to the newspapers plight
The Institute of National Remembrance wants the Russians “to declassify the KGB archives from the time of the Second World War, in particular as regards the activities of the OUN – UPA, as well as the pseudo-Bandera-supporting groups of the NKVD”
In 1950 Ms Brozova-Polednova was the only one of the prosecutors in the trial who called for the death penalty for Milada Horakova and three co-defendants, on trumped up charges
This address written for Amnesty International in Italy to mark the first anniversary of Anna Politkovskayas death, like Annas own voice, cries out to be heard
The words nineteen thirty seven for many, especially older people, are indelibly linked with the Terror. In the following interview Yevhen Zakharov speaks of its legacy, as well as some problems in Ukraine at the present time
Experts from the International Womens Human Rights Centre “La Strada – Ukraine” and the Ministry of Education and Science believe that Ukraine needs an institution providing measures of temporary care for the children of Ukrainian nationals working abroad
On Sunday 7 October meetings in memory of the journalist and human rights defender murdered a year ago were held in Russia and in many other countries
03.10.07 | Yevhen Zakharov
While the elections were democratic and fair, the author points to shortcomings resulting from flaws in the electoral law, partly caused by the wish of legislators after 2004 to avoid vote-rigging