- Human rights
- Humanitarian aid
- Reforms in Ukraine
- Mukhtar Ablyazov
- Alexandr Pavlov
- Alma Shalabayeva
- Bolat Atabayev
- Election monitoring
- Election observation
- Freedom of speech
- Igor Vinyavskiy
- Muratbek Ketebayev
- Nadiya Savchenko
- Nursultan Nazarbayev
- Oleg Sentsov
- Oppression of the opposition
- Rafis Kashapov
- Tatyana Paraskevich
- Ukrainian World
- Vadim Kuramshin
- Vladimir Kozlov
- Zaure Akpenbetova
- Zinaida Mukhortova
- Czech Republic
- European Union
- Great Britain
EU personal sanctions for the prosecution of Ukrainian citizens: one step closer
On 16 March, 2017, the European Parliament adopted a resolution regarding Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia and the situation in occupied Crimea. The resolution calls on the Russian government to immediately and unconditionally release all Ukrainian political prisoners.
Criminal prosecution of Ukrainian citizens for political reasons in Russia and occupied Crimea
Russian military aggression against Ukraine is accompanied by a large-scale oppression of Ukrainian citizens. More than 60 people have been subjected to criminal prosecution for political reasons. Of these, 45 persons are being held in detention.
About the need for urgent reaction of the European Union to the organised attack against attorneys and people who support political prisoners in occupied Crimea
Searches and arrests, enforced disappearances and beatings, censorship and bans on protests have become an everyday reality in Crimea. Currently, at least 39 people are being held in detention on trumped-up charges.
Developers of mobile application CVRP help schools in the Zone of Exclusion
In January 2017, the Polish company The Farm 51 which develops computer games and applications for VR technology, along with the ODF, sent the first consignment of humanitarian aid for schools that are still attended in the Zone of Exclusion surrounding the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
Developers of mobile application Chernobyl VR Project help schools in the Exclusion Zone
In January 2017, the Polish company The Farm 51 which develops computer games and applications for VR technology, along with the ODF, sent the first consignment of humanitarian aid for schools that are still attended in the Exclusion Zone surrounding the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
Bartosz Kramek for Puls Biznesu: For Ukraine, Poland is the gate to the EU
Low living standards, war, corruption - these and other factors prompt Ukrainians to leave their country. Those who decided to start a new life in Poland, increasingly frequently consider establishing a business here. Organisations, such as Open Europe Group, offers them support.
Нuman rights defenders urge Austria to prevent extradition of Nail Malyutin
We, the Russian and Polish human rights activists, hereby urge the Ministry of Justice of Austria to prevent the extradition of Nail Malyutin to Russia until the circumstances of his case are determined by the competent authorities of the Republic of Austria.