With an epidemic raging, who in their right mind would reduce the number of hospital beds, personnel and facilities for fighting the disease? Calling on all who care about their health, football and Euro-2012 to help us force the Kharkiv authorities to come to their senses
In Lviv a second book has been presented containing 130 true stories from children whose parents are working abroad and gives a poignant insight into the depth of the problem of the exodus of Ukrainians abroad in search of work
The ruling on 20 March effectively reiterated the finding of the first ruling which had stated that the search was warranted and therefore legal, however that the failure to allow the lawyer to be present had been unlawful.
20.03.09 | Halya Coynash
True freedom brings with it responsibility. Without this words remain a cheap commodity offered for a song by those wishing to use us for their own ends
While it would be premature to draw too many conclusions from the early elections to a council blocked through political conflict for some time, the victory of a nationalist party which has until now had marginal support should not pass unnoticed
Human Rights Aide to the Head of the MIA for the Cherkasy region, Volodomyr Batchaev speaks about cooperation between the police and the public, about law enforcement officers “sins” and about prejudice in society towards the Roma
Ukraines laws do not help children to resolve their problems via the courts. Quite the contrary: the courts simply multiply these problems, deeply traumatizing children who are already in a difficult situation
The Chief Editor of “Telekritika” Natalya Ligachova says that the conflict between the Dnipropetrovsk television channel and the authorities is an exception since it is rare for the local authorities to let control over electronic media out of their hands
On the 56th anniversary of Joseph Stalins death, another show trial is beginning in Moscow against Khodorkovsky and Lebedev, and the torment of former YUKOS lawyer Svetlana Bakhmina with her newly-born daughter continuing
10 officers of the Chernihiv Regional Department for Fighting Organized Crime [UBOZ] are facing criminal proceedings over the death of a detainee
A project being run by the Roma Womens Fund “Chirikili” with the support of the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is aimed at changing the attitude of the State and society to Roma people.