Similar articles

Мер Мелітополя: на російському блокпосту у Василівці – черга з тисячі автівокЗ плакатом проти орвеллівської держави – дайджест російських протестівRussia invites Steven Seagal, while blocking the Red Cross from visiting Olenivka prison after killing of 53 Ukrainian prisoners of war“He lay on the sidewalk, naming towns and cities in Ukraine”. A digest of anti-war activities in Russia, 23-29 JulyAmnesty International’s 4 August statement. A response by the “Tribunal for Putin” initiativeUkraine: No peace talks possible if Russia continues with fake referendums to annex Ukrainian territory «В сусідньому будинку загинула сім’я» – мешканка Сєвєродонецька«Була людина і раз – розриває людину» – маріупольська випускниця, що пройшла крізь пеклоNew Russian shelling of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant raises real spectre of nuclear disaster Director of Amnesty International in Ukraine resigns in protest calling controversial Amnesty press release "a tool of Russian propaganda’ Заява Amnesty International – позиція ініціативи «Трибунал для Путіна»Russia strips three Crimean Tatar lawyers of their licence to prevent them defending political prisonersRetired Ukrainian naval commander abducted, tortured and taken to Russian-occupied Crimea ‘for trial’Sentence passed over savage killing of Ukrainian human rights lawyer Iryna Nozdrovska Russia killed Inna’s husband, destroyed her home and give awards to the killers for ‘liberating’ Mariupol«Лежав, промовляючи назви українських міст» – дайджест російських протестівInvaders stage fake referendum so they can accuse Ukraine of ‘invading Russia’ Chief Kremlin propagandist calls Russia’s killing of elderly civilians – Hero of Ukraine Oleksiy Vadatursky and his wife - "denazification in action"The application practice of Article 391 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine proves that this Article should be canceledRussian horrific castration of Ukrainian POW was about terror and preventing own soldiers from surrendering

30 July: Presentation of “Human Rights in Ukraine – 2007”.


Ukrainian human rights organizations’ annual report will be presented on Wednesday 30 July and discussed during a roundtable organized by the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union.

Discussion will focus on the human rights situation in the country during 2007, as well as recommendations on improving the situation. The positions of human rights groups and of representatives of the authorities will be presented on 8 of the most burning human rights issues at the present time. There will also be discussion of possible mechanisms for achieving systematic State policy on human rights and fundamental freedoms.

Those attending will include members of human rights organizations, scholars and specialists, representatives of the authorities and of international organizations.

The event is being run with the support of the Human Rights Committee of the National Commission for the Strengthening of Democracy and the Rule of Law, and the participation of the Ministry of Justice.

Please join us on Wednesday from 13.00 to 18.00 at the Ministry of Justice (Kyiv, 10 Rylsky Lane, second floor, meeting room).

We are unfortunately unable to provide synchronic interpreting, but do hope you will be able to attend.


 Share this