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  • UN Ukraine statement on attack on evacuees from Wuhan

    Kyiv, 21 February 2020 - The attack on the evacuated Ukrainian citizens last night in Novi Sanjary, Poltava oblast has no place in today’s Ukraine. These men and women have already undergone a traumatic period of protracted isolation and deserve to have dignity as they return to Ukraine safely.

  • Six years after killings in Ukraine, justice remains elusive

    Between January and February 2014, during Ukraine’s months-long Maidan protests, eighty-three protestors, thirteen law-enforcement officers, a journalist and one bystander were killed or died violently. Six years on, weaknesses in the justice system have prevented investigations and prosecution of perpetrators from progressing further.

  • EMPOWERING SURVIVORS OF TORTURE

    The use of torture and ill-treatment to intimidate, punish, humiliate or extract confessions is a systemic human rights problem in Ukraine, with the ongoing armed conflict that broke out in the east of the country in April 2014 further exacerbating it.  The conflict has so far taken more than 13,000 lives, including at least 3,349 civilians.  Since 2014, hundreds of men and women  have been detained, tortured, ill-treated or endured sexual violence,both in the territory controlled by the self-proclaimed ‘republics’ in the east and in the territory controlled by the Government. 

  • HUMANITARIAN ACTORS CALL FOR US$158 MILLION TO RESPOND TO THE HUMANITARIAN CRISIS IN EASTERN UKRAINE

     (Kyiv, 29 January 2020): The United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Ukraine, Ms. Osnat Lubrani today launched an appeal worth of US$158 million to provide humanitarian aid and protection to 2 million most vulnerable people in the conflict-affected areas of eastern Ukraine in 2020.

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