Mission to Kyiv, Moscow and Simferopol
12/09/2014 Strasbourg“Cases of serious human rights violations, including killings, enforced disappearances, severe physical ill-treatment and arbitrary detention in Crimea since March 2014 have to be addressed"...
Letter to the Prime Minister
17/07/2014 Strasbourg“I am deeply concerned about the situation of internally displaced people in Ukraine. Many of the IDPs, who include women, children, and persons with disabilities, are traumatised by the...
Visit to Ukraine
20/06/2014 Strasbourg“I strongly encourage the Ukrainian authorities to pursue reforms in the areas of law enforcement, the public prosecutor’s office and the judicial system. Ensuring effective investigations into...
Report on Ukraine
Ukraine: Fight against impunity and judicial reforms are necessary to improve human rights protection
04/03/2014 Strasbourg"The dramatic events that have been unfolding in Ukraine since November 2013 brought to the fore a number of long-standing, core human rights challenges that the Government has to address, in...
17/01/2014 Strasbourg"Yesterday, several legislative amendments were adopted by the Ukrainian Parliament. The process took place with unusual haste; the amendments were tabled on 14 January and rushed through...
Freedom of assembly
02/12/2013 Strasbourg"I have been following with great concern the recent events in Ukraine. Freedom of assembly is a fundamental human right and as such must be always upheld by the authorities. Several cases of...
Report on Ukraine
23/02/2012 Strasbourg"Systemic deficiencies in the functioning of the Ukrainian judicial system seriously hinder the enjoyment of human rights. The authorities should take resolute steps to better address these...
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