Cafe Kyiv 2024. The Future of Ukraine in Europe

2024-02-07T08:39:23+01:00

The Ukrainian freedom movements have emphatically declared that Ukraine's future lies in Europe. In line with this vision, the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung is set to host another edition of "Cafe Kyiv" on 19 February 2024, themed "The Future of Ukraine in Europe". Building on the success of last year's event, this edition will blend art, history, film screenings, along with culinary and creative elements. Our commitment remains unchanged: We continue to stand

Cafe Kyiv 2024. The Future of Ukraine in Europe2024-02-07T08:39:23+01:00

Stanislav Asseyev lived through the hell of a Russian torture prison in Donetsk

2024-02-02T11:37:45+01:00

Stanislav Asseyev was able to report from the areas occupied by separatists and Russian secret service forces in eastern Ukraine for two years. Ein erschütterndes Protokoll des Ausgeliefertseins und der Demütigung: Stanislaw Assejew. In 2017, he was abducted, imprisoned and tortured. He wrote a harrowing report about this time. His articles from the Donbass were cult. Stanislav Asseyev's writing was concise and clear, his tone young and fresh,

Stanislav Asseyev lived through the hell of a Russian torture prison in Donetsk2024-02-02T11:37:45+01:00

OHCHR: Report on the Human Rights Situation in Ukraine (1 August – 30 November 2023)

2023-12-19T11:21:58+01:00

OHCHR: Report on the Human Rights Situation in Ukraine (1 August – 30 November 2023) This thirty-seventh report by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) on the human rights situation in Ukraine covers the period from 1 August to 30 November 2023. From 1 August to 30 November, OHCHR documented 2440 civilian casualties (576 killed and 1864 injured), with the majority (86 per cent) occurring in

OHCHR: Report on the Human Rights Situation in Ukraine (1 August – 30 November 2023)2023-12-19T11:21:58+01:00

MEMORIAL and „Voices of War“ at the Frankfurt Book Fair

2023-10-19T15:50:00+02:00

Ukraine: making the „unimaginable tangible“ through „Voices of War“ - in the spirit of IGFM The project of the Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group „Voices of War“ has been close to IGFM's heart from the very beginning. IGFM has always been an organisation that gives a voice to victims and witnesses of human rights violations. This has been the "spirit" of IGFM for more than half a century. That is

MEMORIAL and „Voices of War“ at the Frankfurt Book Fair2023-10-19T15:50:00+02:00

OHCHR: Report on the Human Rights Situation in Ukraine (1 February – 31 July 2023)

2023-10-05T13:18:17+02:00

OHCHR: Report on the Human Rights Situation in Ukraine (1 February – 31 July 2023) This thirty-sixth report by the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) on the human rights situation in Ukraine covers the period from 1 February 2023 to 31 July 2023. Between 1 February and 31 July 2023, OHCHR recorded 4,621 civilian casualties, with 1,028 persons killed and 3,593 injured (1,883 men, 1,294 women, 139

OHCHR: Report on the Human Rights Situation in Ukraine (1 February – 31 July 2023)2023-10-05T13:18:17+02:00

EU extends temporary protection for Ukrainian refugees in the EU until March 2025

2023-09-29T10:16:43+02:00

Important news for Ukrainians abroad: EU extends temporary protection for Ukrainian refugees in the European Union until March 2025   Temporary protection status entitles Ukrainians to reside in the EU, get a job there and receive health insurance. Also, those Ukrainians who decide to leave the EU and go to their home country will retain their rights in Europe if they decide to return again. "To provide certainty for the

EU extends temporary protection for Ukrainian refugees in the EU until March 20252023-09-29T10:16:43+02:00

Lithuania denies political asylum to Belarusian activist Olga Karach

2023-08-18T17:21:19+02:00

Lithuania refused to grant political asylum to the head of the Belarusian Centre for Civil Initiatives "Our House," Olga Karach.   This was reported by "Meduza" with reference to Karach herself. According to her, the Lithuanian authorities consider her a "threat to national security". They explained their decision by the fact that she had interviewed the founder of the LDPR, Vladimir Zhirinovsky, who died last spring, as well as participated

Lithuania denies political asylum to Belarusian activist Olga Karach2023-08-18T17:21:19+02:00

Why Ukrainian migration has become beneficial for EU countries

2023-08-18T17:14:21+02:00

The flow of Ukrainian refugees into Europe at the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion revealed the EU's capacity to take in large numbers of refugees and also showed the benefits of a humane approach to migrants. Ukrainians standing in line at passport control after arriving in the evening train from Ukraine to Przemysl railway station Image by picture alliance / NurPhoto | Artur Widak© At the same time,

Why Ukrainian migration has become beneficial for EU countries2023-08-18T17:14:21+02:00

In which EU countries the number of Ukrainian refugees is growing

2023-08-14T12:15:30+02:00

There are more than 4 million refugees from Ukraine who have been granted temporary protection status in EU countries. The number of fugitives from war increased by almost 46,000 in June. The largest increase in arrivals was observed in Germany, the Czech Republic and Ireland, Eurostat reported. As of 30 June, 4 million 70 thousand refugees from Ukraine had temporary protection status in EU countries. The largest number of people

In which EU countries the number of Ukrainian refugees is growing2023-08-14T12:15:30+02:00

The International Peace Bureau(IPB) Has Announced its Intention to Nominate Three Remarkable Organizations with a Focus on the Right to Conscientious Objection for the 2024 Nobel Peace Prize

2023-08-08T16:02:14+02:00

The International Peace Bureau(IPB) Has Announced its Intention to Nominate Three Remarkable Organizations with a Focus on the Right to Conscientious Objection for the 2024 Nobel Peace Prize Berlin, Germany – The International Peace Bureau (IPB) has announced our intention to nominate three exceptional organizations for the 2024 Nobel Peace Prize: the Russian Movement of Conscientious Objectors, the Ukrainian Pacifist Movement, and the Belarusian organization “Our House”. The decision to

The International Peace Bureau(IPB) Has Announced its Intention to Nominate Three Remarkable Organizations with a Focus on the Right to Conscientious Objection for the 2024 Nobel Peace Prize2023-08-08T16:02:14+02:00
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