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25.05.2011

Denis Solopov, Khimki Forest defender still in danger of extradition to Russia

Denis Solopov is a mandate refugee and must not be extradited. Whatever prompted the Ukrainian authorities to reach a different conclusion, the UNHCR studied the material and is certain that there were grounds to grant him status which precludes extradition | detail

Visits 913
08.04.2011

Amendments to migration legislation: Punish and ban, or resolve the problems?

The No Borders Project warns that the amendments to migration legislation adopted on 5 April 2011 pose the threat of greater abuse and human rights violations, while giving some hope for positive development of one important constitutional concept | detail

Visits 1531
07.04.2011

Parliament introduces new rules for foreign nationals and stateless persons

The changes increase the number of grounds allowing deportation as well as fines for exceeding time limits for registration. Specialists consider that the amendments do not meet international standards. | detail

Visits 1295
18.03.2011

Afghan citizens beaten in detention at Ukraine airport

Amnesty International has condemned the mistreatment of eight Afghan citizens awaiting deportation from Ukraine, who are being beaten by border guards and denied adequate food, water and medical treatment | detail

Visits 724
16.03.2011

AI: URGENT ACTION: IMMINENT RISK OF DEPORTATION

Eleven Afghan citizens are at imminent risk of deportation from Ukraine to Afghanistan, without any opportunity to challenge their deportation, including on asylum or other international protection grounds (PLEASE SEND APPEALS!) | detail

Visits 741
11.03.2011

Refugees cannot be extradited – release Sopolov!

The “No Borders” Project of the Social Action Centre has issued a statement over the arrest of refugee Denis Sopolov pending extradition to the Russian Federation despite having been recognized by the UNHCR as a mandate refugee | detail

Visits 944
16.12.2010

Ukraine: Migrants and Asylum Seekers Tortured, Mistreated

Migrants and asylum seekers, including children, risk abusive treatment and arbitrary detention at the hands of Ukrainian border guards and police, Human Rights Watch said in a report released on 16 December 2010 | detail

Visits 952
11.11.2010

Zhytomyr journalists announce boycott of the Regional MIA Public Relations Department

Following accusations against journalists from the Zhytomyr newspaper “20 minutes” presentt at the arrest of Igor Koktysh and others, the newspaper’s team has declared a boycott of the police public relations department and call on colleagues to join them in this | detail

Visits 1287
11.11.2010

HRW: Unlawful Seizure of Organization’s Files Imperils Asylum Seekers

The Ukrainian authorities should immediately return materials and equipment seized from the prominent human rights activist Dmytro Groisman and the organization he leads, and allow the group to resume its lawful human rights activities, Human Rights Watch has stated | detail

Visits 1069
10.11.2010

Ukraine: Allegations of ill-treatment of Amnesty International members must be investigated

Amnesty International is concerned that six people including Amnesty International activists and former prisoners of conscience were held for three days in incommunicado detention in Ukraine | detail

Visits 1506
10.11.2010

Zhytomyr journalists present during arrest of Ihor Koktysh summoned to the police

The journalists were present during the arrest on 3 November by members of a drugs squad of six people, including Belarusian opposition figures, among them Igor Koktysh | detail

Visits 1538
04.11.2010

Belarusian dissident Igor Koktysh once again arrested in Zhytomyr

Belarusian youth activist and rock musician, Igor Koktysh, who spent two and a half years in custody in Crimea because the Belarusian authorities were demanding his extradition, has again been arrested, this time with his wife and three friends | detail

Visits 1538
29.07.2010

Strasbourg: extradition to Uzbekistan equivalent to handing over to be tortured

In yet another case - Karimov v. Russia – that the Ukrainian authorities should note, the European Court of Human Rights has found that the applicant’s extradition to Uzbekistan would be a violation of the prohibition against torture. | detail

Visits 886
10.07.2010

Kyiv Regional Police boast of “successes” in breach of the Constitution

Upbeat reports about police search operations demonstrate contempt for Ukraine’s Constitution and human rights. TUkraine’s authorities are obliged to protect the rights of asylum seekers, and not violate the principle of the presumption of innocence | detail

Visits 1105
08.07.2010

Uzbekistani asylum-seekers at risk of extradition from Ukraine and Kazakhstan

Amnesty International is concerned that Ukraine and Kazakhstan may be stepping up their efforts to forcibly return asylum-seekers to Uzbekistan | detail

Visits 1133
08.07.2010

Ukrainian Refugee Council concerned over detention of asylum seekers from Uzbekistan

The detention of three people sought by the Uzbekistan authorities in the space of three weeks leads them to fear that other Uzbek asylum seekers are also in danger | detail

Visits 1034
02.07.2010

Have the Ukrainian authorities decided to hand asylum seekers over en masse to their Uzbek “colleagues”?

Over the last two weeks two asylum seekers from Uzbekistan have been detained by the enforcement bodies. They are being held in custody to begin the procedure for handing them over to those from whom they once managed to flee | detail

Visits 997
23.06.2010

Will Ukraine protect the rights of asylum seeker Umid Khamroyev ?

The Ukrainian authorities have detained an asylum seeker who has not exhausted all possible stages of appeal and who would almost certainly face torture if extradited | detail

Visits 897
27.04.2010

Court confirms that asylum seekers may work

The detention and prosecution of asylum seekers for working without special permits, standard both for the police and for Ukrainian courts should be stopped if the ruling from the Sviatoshynsky District Court in Kyiv is heeded | detail

Visits 655
23.03.2010

Readmission not as terrible as the media painted it

The Readmission Agreement between Ukraine and the EU regarding nationals of a third country or stateless persons is already in force. However those working to defend the rights of refugees and asylum seekers say that only an isolated few have been readmitted | detail

Visits 1069
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