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20 people approach Ombudsman Office on issues of temporary accommodation

eng переселенцы (2) Since the beginning of hostilities in Donbass, DPR Ombudsman Office regularly provides citizens with humanitarian relief and psychological assistance, as well as facilitates employment and temporary accommodation for citizens who suffered as a result of the armed conflict and had to leave their homes. During the period of work...

Greeting from Daria Morozova on the occasion of Russia Day

IMG_0446-300x232 Dear citizens of the Russian Federation! On behalf of the Human Rights Ombudsman Office in the Donetsk People’s Republic, I congratulate you on the Russia Day! This Day symbolizes national unity and the common responsibility of the Russian people for the present and the future of the country, a...

Updates on wounds to civilians due to hostilities

eng пострадавшие (2) The Ukrainian forces continue to violate ceasefire, constantly increasing the intensity of shelling that leads to more victims among peaceful population and servicemen. Between 1 and 7 June 2018 6 people sustained mine-blast traumas and wounds as a result of armed provocations of Ukrainian forces. Of them, there are...

79 people receive advice from Ombudsman Office last week

eng обращения According to the legislation in force, every person has the right to approach any state or non-state organization, to any authority on any relevant problem they face. In the period of work between 2 and 8 June 2018, 3 persons visited the Ombudsman in person, 48 persons received counselling...

The overview of the current social and humanitarian situation, within the territory of the Donetsk People`s Republic as a result of hostilities between 2 and 8 June 2018

  The United Nations Organization, adopting the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights, has defined freedom from torture as absolute, not subject to any restrictions under any circumstances. Thus, Article 5 of the Declaration reads: “No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment...
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