Together with the refugees – the ISHR Christmas campaign in Lithuania

2023-01-16T15:25:25+01:00

As a sign of solidarity with the many Ukrainian refugees in Lithuania, the Lithuanian ISHR section launched a large Christmas campaign in the Ignalina and Vilnius area. 100 particularly needy Ukrainian and Lithuanian families received Christmas packages with food, personal gifts and toys worth 50 euros. This Christmas in Lithuania, the horror on the other side of the border, in Ukraine, remains ever present. 71,000 people have fled here from

Together with the refugees – the ISHR Christmas campaign in Lithuania2023-01-16T15:25:25+01:00

IAC ISHR holds a meeting with students of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University

2022-12-07T10:15:13+01:00

Last week IAC ISHR organized a meeting in the education cluster with students of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University. After the greetings, we gave a description of the mission and principles of the ISHR. This allowed students to plunge in processes of our activities and to understand their important. These steps preceded the start of plan of tasks that are set for students. In our dialog we are assigned functions and

IAC ISHR holds a meeting with students of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University2022-12-07T10:15:13+01:00

November 10-14, 2022. IAC ISHR provides humanitarian aid in Kharkiv and Poltava regions

2022-12-23T11:03:29+01:00

Ukraine. IAC ISHR keeps helping people in need November 10 and 11, 2022. IAC IAHR team visited two primary health care centers in Vasishchevo health center No. 3 and Tsirkuny health center No. 5 (Kharkiv region). NCD kits were brought in, including medicines and medical equipment for the treatment of cardiovascular, chronic respiratory diseases, diabetes mellitus and hypertension. We were able to provide emergency kits to approximately 400 outpatients. In

November 10-14, 2022. IAC ISHR provides humanitarian aid in Kharkiv and Poltava regions2022-12-23T11:03:29+01:00

The situation with human rights in Moldova is under close control of the Swiss Confederation

2022-11-11T17:35:49+01:00

Moldova is a candidate for EU membership and must strictly follow the roadmap for reforming the entire spectrum of legislation and political and social institutions. Solidaritätsnetz International, as an international organization, is closely following the political crisis in Moldova in the context of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms of the individual and citizen. We are outraged by a number of gross violations of the prescriptions of European law

The situation with human rights in Moldova is under close control of the Swiss Confederation2022-11-11T17:35:49+01:00

October 30 – November 10, 2022. IAC ISHR provides humanitarian aid in Zaporizhzhia, Kharkiv and Poltava regions

2022-12-19T10:53:17+01:00

Ukraine. IAC ISHR keeps helping people in need On October 30, 2022, IAC ISHR visited the collective center for IDPs in Zaporizhzhia. 205 people were provided with individual hygiene kits. We are working to provide assistance as soon as possible to all people who contact us. IAC ISHR with love for people!   November 07, 2022, Kharkiv region, Ukraine. IAC ISHR delivered 10 inpatient NCD kits, including drugs and medical

October 30 – November 10, 2022. IAC ISHR provides humanitarian aid in Zaporizhzhia, Kharkiv and Poltava regions2022-12-19T10:53:17+01:00

“Izolyatsia” – torture cellars for Ukrainians and a symbol of “Russian World” in Donbass

2022-11-09T15:41:15+01:00

Where people disappear If you ask Russians what the purpose of Russia's "special operation" in Ukraine is, you will most likely hear that they have come to "defend Donbass". And if you ask them from whom exactly they are "defending Donbass" and whether they know what has actually been happening all these eight years in Donbass, you are unlikely to hear anything understandable enough. The first thing the Russian Federation did

“Izolyatsia” – torture cellars for Ukrainians and a symbol of “Russian World” in Donbass2022-11-09T15:41:15+01:00

IGFM: Holodomor – killing by starvation – must not happen again

2022-11-07T15:20:34+01:00

IGFM: Holodomor - killing by starvation - must not happen again For those who can: please, donate your "energy subsidy" to Ukraine Frankfurt am Main, 7 November 2022 - In view of the massive destruction of infrastructure caused by the Russian army's bombing raids, the International Society for Human Rights (IGFM) appeals to all those who are not in urgent need of the flat-rate energy subsidy distributed by the German

IGFM: Holodomor – killing by starvation – must not happen again2022-11-07T15:20:34+01:00

November 6, 2022. ISHR Latvia – Humanitarian help is sorely needed at 22% inflation

2022-12-19T10:57:06+01:00

In early Sunday morning on 6th November, 2022, ISHR Latvian Section received 106th Humanitarian aid transport from IGFM Wittlich working group. It came after a longer break and is much needed by people here. Less than 2 million inhabitants - highest inflation rate in Europe - 40,000 Ukrainian refugees Pandemic has left a great impact on peoples lives and welfare. Moreover, Russia’s war in Ukraine has forced to huge numbers

November 6, 2022. ISHR Latvia – Humanitarian help is sorely needed at 22% inflation2022-12-19T10:57:06+01:00

Ukrainians who went abroad because of the war should not return home this winter

2022-11-02T10:04:43+01:00

Ukrainians who fled abroad because of the war should not return home this winter, Ukrainian Minister for Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Iryna Vereshchuk said in a telethon. "You see: Russia has switched to terrorise civilians, it cannot fight the army, it is losing on the battlefield," RBC-Ukraine quoted her as saying. - I will ask you not to come back, we need to survive the winter. Unfortunately, the

Ukrainians who went abroad because of the war should not return home this winter2022-11-02T10:04:43+01:00

Berlin speaks of “practically exhausted” possibilities for accepting refugees

2022-10-25T17:24:49+02:00

Berlin has "practically run out" of ways to accept refugees. picture alliance/dpa Ruling Burgomaster Franziska Giffay said so, DW reported. "We urgently need more federal real estate to house people well," she said. Giffay also stressed the need for financial support to cover the enormous costs and for a fair distribution of refugees across federal lands. According to the burgomaster, about 340 thousand citizens of Ukraine received first

Berlin speaks of “practically exhausted” possibilities for accepting refugees2022-10-25T17:24:49+02:00
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