Ukraine

Photo credit: IPHR field mission team in Ukraine

IPHR is currently working to support Ukrainian human rights organizations to ensure accountability for violations perpetrated during the Maidan protests, as well as the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine. As part of this, it has trained, equipped and dispatched field monitors to investigate and document alleged war crimes for submission to the International Criminal Court. IPHR and its partners have also documented and highlighted violations of the rights of religious minorities and other vulnerable groups in the context of the conflict in eastern Ukraine, as well as Russia’s occupation of Crimea.

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On 16 September 2020, the Southern Military Regional court in the city of Rostov-on-Don rendered its judgment on the case of the ‘second Bakhchisaray...

International Partnership for human Rights (IPHR) joined the call of the Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC) on the Members of the Verkhovna...

The International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR), together with civil society organisations and researchers from across the Former Soviet Union (FSU), are conducting a region-wide...

Svitlana Valko, is a human rights defender, a field monitor, director of the Truth Hounds Georgia Office, and a human rights coach - in...

Today International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR)  filed two Rule 9.2 communications to the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe: one in...