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Section: Research Organizations & Think Tanks about Ukraine

    Ukraine refuses to back European hate crimes law
    Nov17

    Ukraine refuses to back European hate crimes law

    Ukraine’s parliament today (17 November) refused to back a European hate crimes law because its references to sexual orientation and gender violated what many lawmakers said were basic Christian values. …read more Source:...

    Estonia Enjoys Most Internet Freedom, Uzbekistan Among Those With the Least
    Nov17

    Estonia Enjoys Most Internet Freedom, Uzbekistan Among Those With the Least

    Freedom House Internet freedom report shows that internet freedom continues to decline, while digital activism grows throughout the world. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Influential EU Trade Committee Greenlights Controversial Trade Deal With Uzbekistan
    Nov17

    Influential EU Trade Committee Greenlights Controversial Trade Deal With Uzbekistan

    Human right activists strongly oppose the draft legislation, seen as condoning the use of forced labor for harvesting cotton. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Mongolia, IMF Close to Agreeing Loan Deal
    Nov17

    Mongolia, IMF Close to Agreeing Loan Deal

    Government willing to accept external aid to rescue an export-driven economy that has been battered by low commodity prices and a backlog of old debt. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    U.S. Seeks ‘Humanitarian Parole’ for Uzbekistan Prisoner
    Nov17

    U.S. Seeks ‘Humanitarian Parole’ for Uzbekistan Prisoner

    Washington is appealing for amnesty for man whom rights groups call one of the Central Asian nation’s longest-serving political prisoners. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    From the Shores of Azov … to the Halls of Power?
    Nov17

    From the Shores of Azov … to the Halls of Power?

    A militarized corps that openly flaunts fascist symbols tries to transform itself into the leader of the ‘new right’ in Ukraine’s fractious political arena. …read more Source: Transitions Online...

    Appeal of the Experts, Researchers and Journalists Regarding Illegal Detention of Ukrainian Experts in Crimea
    Nov17

    Appeal of the Experts, Researchers and Journalists Regarding Illegal Detention of Ukrainian Experts in Crimea

    We call expert, research and journalistic communities, civil activists for professional solidarity and ask to support this appeal. …read more Source: Institute of World...

    UN Resolution on the Human Rights Situation in Crimea
    Nov17

    UN Resolution on the Human Rights Situation in Crimea

    The most hard-hitting UN statement yet on Russia’s occupation of Crimea and ongoing human rights abuse …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Russia dumps the International Criminal Court after report on Crimea. Liability for war crimes remains
    Nov17

    Russia dumps the International Criminal Court after report on Crimea. Liability for war crimes remains

    Despite numerous misleading headlines, Russia cannot dramatically leave the International Criminal Court since it has never joined in the first place. It could, however, have ratified the Rome Statute and now doesn’t want to, presumably because of such unkind words as ‘military conflict’ and ‘occupation’. …read more...

    Russia awards Ukrainian political prisoner $15 ’compensation’ for torture & wrongful imprisonment
    Nov17

    Russia awards Ukrainian political prisoner $15 ’compensation’ for torture & wrongful imprisonment

    Abducted from hospital, tortured and held in Russian detention for 10 months on totally fictitious ‘war crimes charges’, Serhiy Lytvynov has been awarded ‘compensation’ – about 15 US dollars worth …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

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