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The overview of the current social and humanitarian situation, within the territory of the Donetsk People`s Republic as a result of hostilities between 17 and 23 November 2018

The free will of the people is an integral part and a foundation of democracy. This is enshrined in international documents, such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948), the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (1966) and a number of other documents. Thus, Article 21 (3) of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights...

Updates on victims of the conflict

Human Rights Ombudsman in the Donetsk People’s Republic has been reported that between 9 and 15 November 2018, 5 persons, including 4 DPR servicemen and 1 civilian woman, sustained injuries of various severities in the territory of the Republic as a result of armed aggression by the Ukrainian side. No casualties reported among civilians and...

Updates on victims of the conflict

It has been reported to Human Rights Ombudsman in the Donetsk People’s Republic that between 2 and 8 November 2018, 2 DPR servicemen sustained injuries of various severities in the territory of the Republic as a result of armed aggression by the Ukrainian side. One DPR serviceman was killed during the reporting period. Since the beginning of the...

Statement from Daria Morozova on use of prohibited means and methods of warfare by Armed Forces of Ukraine

In violation of the international humanitarian law that prohibits attacks on civilian objects and indiscriminate attacks during military operations, on November 7, the Armed Forces of Ukraine carried out an air attack against residential buildings in the village of Staromikhaylovka using an unmanned aerial vehicle, which has been documented. This...

Updates on people affected by conflict

Between 26 October and 1 November 2018, two DPR servicemen were killed as a result of armed aggression by Ukraine, no civilian casualties reported. Since the beginning of the armed conflict, 4715 people, including 614 women and 81 children, lost their lives.

International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists

The International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists is annually marked on November 2 in order to focus global attention on an alarming situation that limits the ability of journalists to carry out their work and undermines the right of society to receive reliable information.  This memorable date was established in 2013 by a...

The overview of the current social and humanitarian situation, within the territory of the Donetsk People`s Republic as a result of hostilities between 27 October and 2 November 2018

  The fight against dissent that began in Ukraine immediately after the coup d’état of 2014 has become an official policy of the state. Politically motivated persecution, as well as that on national, linguistic and religious grounds, numerous violations of human rights and freedoms, have become common practice throughout the country....