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 March 6, Simon Papuashvili of the International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and Alexandre Prezanti of Global Diligence LLP filed their fourth communication...

Following the Euromaidan Revolution in 2013, Ukraine has undertaken widespread reforms in the areas of human rights and fundamental freedoms, and overall, civil society groups have enjoyed more freedom...

President Donald J. Trump The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, D.C. 20500 Dear President Trump, We, the undersigned organizations and individuals, join PEN America in urging you...

New Media Advocacy Project (NMAP) and the International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) invite applications for a 10-month mentorship program "Rights Reframed" designed to...

International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and Truth Hounds present their latest report – Attacks on Civilians and Civilian Infrastructure in Eastern Ukraine. The...