26/09/2023 15:09 Author:Admin
Deliberate Killings, Attacks on Civilian Objects and High-Risk Structures - Summary of Violations of IHL by the Russian Military in the Summer of 2023
The Russian military continues to violate the norms of international humanitarian law (IHL) on the territory of Ukraine. In particular, during the period from 01 June 2023 to 31 August 2023, a number of violations of IHL norms were recorded, such as premeditated killings, extrajudicial executions and torture of combatants, sexual violence, deliberate attacks on civilians and civilian objects, threats to high-risk structures and facilities, looting of property, arbitrary detention of civilians. This is described in the latest Digest of human rights violations during the war in Ukraine, prepared by the "Eastern Ukrainian Center for Civic Initiatives".
22/06/2023 06:06 Author:Admin
The Russian Federation continues to regularly commit premeditated killings and attacks on the civilian population, looting of property, - new digest of EUCCI
Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, the Eastern Ukrainian Center for Civic Initiatives (EUCCI) has regularly recorded cases of premeditated killings, attacks on the civilian population, sexual violence, threats to high-risk structures and facilities, and looting of property.
24/02/2023 09:02 Author:
Ukrainian human rights activists have systematized war crimes of the Russian Federation
EUCCI experts summed up the results of the first year of the war. During 2022, the team of the Eastern Ukrainian Center for Civic Initiatives continued its work, which began in 2014, to collect evidence and document violations of international humanitarian law. In the course of this work, 12 types of war crimes committed by the Russian military on the territory of Ukraine were identified
30/12/2022 20:12 Author:
New Year's Eve in captivity
Can one celebrate during the war? This issue has divided Ukrainian society into two opposing camps. Some are convinced that any celebrations are inappropriate now. Others insist that even in the most difficult period, small reasons for joy will help one hold on and not fall into despair. We will not be involved in this debate, just share the memories of former prisoners who celebrated the new year in Russian captivity. Perhaps this text will be the answer to this question.
22/12/2022 13:12 Author:
9th month of war in the digest from EUCCI experts
Premeditated murders and tortures of civilians, sexual violence and deliberate attacks on the civilian population and civilian objects - this an incomplete list of crimes committed in November by the Russian military. This is stated in the digest from the experts of the EUCCI.
03/12/2022 11:12 Author:
A person with a disability in captivity. How to survive?
On 3 December, the International Day of people with disabilities is commemorated. We decided to dedicate today's text from the #mistsya_nesvobody chapter to this date. There is no official statistics on how many people with special needs are held captive in the "LDNR" ("Lugansk and Donetsk people’s republics"), yet we can say for sure that they are the most vulnerable category among prisoners. What can they and their relatives hope for? More on this later.