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25.05.2011

Kharkiv authorities: Heal yourselves!

The Kharkiv authorities have closed the only clinic in the village settlement of Borhy which had inpatient facilities. There is one GP for 5,400 people and a 4-6 hour journey by public transport to the nearest hospital | detail

Visits 666
24.05.2011

Yulia Tymoshenko detained

The Leader of the opposition BYuT Party, former Presidential candidate and Prime Minister, Yulia Tymoshenko has been detained in Kyiv. This was on the basis of a court order from the Pechersky District Court in Kyiv “in order to carry out investigation activities”. | detail

Visits 1684
27.04.2011

Lviv courts inundated by Chernobyl victims’ civil suits

Victims of the Chernobyl Disaster have become much more active at standing up for their rights in court. However they have to wait years for enforcement of the court rulings | detail

Visits 1415
26.04.2011

Chornobyl: A Troubled Health Legacy

Twenty five years ago, on 26 April 1986, the powerful explosion that tore through Chornobyl’s nuclear power plant spewed radioactive material across large swathes of Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia. | detail

Visits 1479
26.04.2011

Leaders accused of neglecting Chernobyl legacy

Ex-Soviet governments are failing to protect their people from the deadly legacy of the Chernobyl disaster, former cleanup workers and environmental groups charged Monday on the eve of ceremonies commemorating the 25th anniversary of the world’s worst nuclear accident | detail

Visits 1082
21.04.2011

Real improvement n Ukraine’s Drug Police or another Show?

The newly created State Drug Control Service may, in breach of present legislation, receive powers reserved for law enforcement bodies which will render meaningless any positive changes in State drug policy | detail

Visits 1451
19.04.2011

What medical care do Ukrainians have from their taxes?

Ukraine retains the old Soviet system with funding calculated per patient bed. How many patients are taken per year, what kind of quality of health care they receive is not the issue | detail

Visits 890
15.04.2011

When the criminal investigation is tantamount to torture

Holding 70-year-old Anatoly Temchenko who is in very poor health in a SIZO [pre-trial detention centre] cannot be described as anything less than torture, human rights activist, Andriy Didenko says | detail

Visits 2155
08.04.2011

Each crime which goes unpunished is a sentence against soceity itself

Victoria Shcherbyna lost her baby and will never walk again after an accident caused by a public official who was speeding. He got off without serving a prison sentence and has never paid any compensation, while she is forced to exist on a pittance | detail

Visits 803
09.02.2011

HRW: On Police Harassment of Drug Dependence Patients, Providers, and Organizations

Human Rights Watch has written to President Yanukovych expressing its concern over ongoing harassment by state prosecutors and law enforcement targeting substance abuse treatment patients, care providers, and HIV organizations | detail

Visits 723
01.02.2011

Police infringement of the right to privacy of replacement therapy patients

The instruction sent out by the Ministry of Internal Affairs on obtaining information about people receiving replacement therapy is in serious breach of the Ukrainian Constitution and legislation | detail

Visits 1102
28.01.2011

AI Urgent Action: Trade union activist still facing examination

Andrei Bondarenko has no record of mental illness and has undergone three voluntary psychiatric examinations to assess his mental health, the most recent of which was in October 2010 | detail

Visits 695
26.01.2011

TORO: Ukrainian enforcement bodies are undermining democracy

TORO, Transparency International’s National Contact in Ukraine, has strongly condemned the approach of the law enforcement bodies in their “planned” inspection of the All-Ukrainian Network of PLWH | detail

Visits 992
21.01.2011

Appeal against State interference in anti-AIDS/HIV programmes

The International HIV/AIDS Alliance in Ukraine and the All-Ukrainian Network of People Living with HIV have issued an open appeal to the President over measures which are disrupting efforts to fight the HIV/AIDS epidemic, violating patients’ rights and seriously undermining the country’s reputation in the world | detail

Visits 1355
13.09.2010

The Death in a Psychiatric Home they couldn’t hush up

43-year-old patient of the Novosavytsky Psychiatric Home, Yury Vovchenko, died during the night of 11 August, . He was buried, on the instructions of the orderlies, before morning, but the body was then exhumed | detail

Visits 1251
27.08.2010

Violations of Human Rights in Ukraine’s psychiatric homes

According to Tetyana Yablonska from the Ukrainian-American Human Rights Bureau, the Ukrainian psychiatric system remains punitive as in Soviet times. People continue being injected with prohibited medication. There are also people who could cope outside special institutions | detail

Visits 1019
10.08.2010

Medical treatment of parliamentarians 120 times more than spent on treating tuberculosis patients

The entire allocation under “Measures for overcoming the tuberculosis and AIDS epidemics” comes to around 150 thousand UAH. That is, 19 million spent on treatment of VIP patients is 127 annual budgets for treating tuberculosis | detail

Visits 876
06.07.2010

Cabinet of Ministers evicts HIV/AIDS Clinic

Human rights groups believe that this is at the wish of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate [UOC MP] which controls Pecherska Lavra, and are planning a “lie-down” protest outside the Cabinet of Ministers | detail

Visits 1100
25.06.2010

Another old criminal case resurrected against human rights activist

The Head of the Crimean branch of YUZER – the Ukrainian Organization for the Disabled and Users of Psychiatric Care, Andrei Fedosov, has been detained by police officers in the Vinnytsa region | detail

Visits 956
25.05.2010

Rights violations in Crimean psychiatric institutions

Human Rights Watch has addressed a letter to the Prosecutor General expressing concern over threats to A. Fedosov, a disability activist apparently connected with his efforts to highlight the conditions in Crimean psychiatric institutions | detail

Visits 1118
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