Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union is publishing materials, preparing the annual report of human rights organizations Human Rights in Ukraine 2017
The annual report includes a brief overview of the problems concerning the observance of human rights in Ukraine in the course of the armed conflict. The main issues mentioned in the report include the issues of IDPs and their involvement in state affairs, living conditions of the residents of certain areas of Luhansk and Donetsk oblasts, unsatisfactory progress of institutional reforms, etc.
Please follow this link to see the available sections of the report. The publication is being constantly updated.
This publication has been prepared and published within the framework of USAID Human Rights in Action Program implemented by the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union.
The opinions and interpretations in this publication do not necessarily reflect the opinions of USAID and the Government of the United States. The authors and UHHRU are solely responsible for the contents of this publication.
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