Ukrainian takes Polish border guards to court
The Ukrainian Consul in Krakow considers that Irina Fris case could help Ukrainians in future to uphold their rights in disputes with the border guard service
Humiliating treatment of Ukrainians on German-Polish border to be investigated
Dozens of workers have been deported and subjected to humiliating searches due to discrepancies in legislation within the Schengen zone
The right to education and of freedom of movement violated in Crimean villages
The Crimean Prosecutor is demanding that the government of the autonomous republic take urgent measures to safeguard the rights of residents of the Crimea to education, medical care and freedom of movement.
Yushchenko prohibits obstruction of traffic to let corteges carrying high-ranking state officials pass
The Decree is apparently aimed at ensuring the constitutional right to freedom of movement, introducing European standards on cortege security as well as at making substantial savings from the state budget on serving state officials.
How hard is it to be disabled in Ukraine?
As so often, a cheering account of what civic organizations are doing to help people with disabilities, and depressing details of how the authorities are failing such people
Where do disabled children study?
Faltering steps in Ukraine towards recognizing and meeting the needs of all members of sociiety
On discrimination in Ukraine
One more opinion on the situation with discrimination in Ukraine.