IRF - Institute for Religious Freedom, Kyiv, Ukraine

Violations of International Humanitarian Law and International Crimes in Eastern Ukraine: Religious Persecution
Friday, 09 October 2015 11:41
This report presents compelling evidence of violations of international humanitarian law and international criminal law perpetrated by pro-Russian separatist and Russian forces in Eastern Ukraine since March 2014 with focus on the religious persecution.
Read more...
 
PACE Resolution 2076 (2015) Freedom of religion and living together in a democratic society
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 19:02
Churches and religious organisations are an integral part of civil society and must, with secular organisations, take part in the life of society. National authorities should take more account of religious communities’ potential to work for dialogue, mutual recognition and solidarity.
Read more...
 
PACE Recommendation 2080 (2015) Freedom of religion and living together in a democratic society
Wednesday, 30 September 2015 19:02
The Parliamentary Assembly consequently recommends that the Committee of Ministers set up a stable an officially recognised platform for dialogue between the Council of Europe and senior representatives of religions and non-denominational organisations.
Read more...
 
Pro-Russian militants released Pentecostal pastor Taras Sen from captivity in Luhansk region
Monday, 05 October 2015 18:02
Pentecostal pastor of Sverdlovsk city in Luhansk region, Taras Sen, was seized by militants of self-proclaimed “Luhansk Peoples’ Republic” (LNR) for four days.
Read more...
 
OSCE Mission recorded significant restrictions of religious freedom in Crimea
Tuesday, 22 September 2015 14:37
Ukrainians and Crimean Tatars, who openly support the territorial integrity of Ukraine and do not support the de facto authorities of the Crimea, are in the especially vulnerable situation.
Read more...
 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>

Page 1 of 42

Comments & Analysis

Violations of International Humanitarian Law and International Crimes in Eastern Ukraine: Religious Persecution
This report presents compelling evidence of violations of international humanitarian law and international criminal law perpetrated by pro-Russian separatist and Russian forces in Eastern Ukraine since March 2014 with focus on the religious persecution.
Read more...
 
Human rights activists published evidences of religious persecution in the occupied Donbas
A new report, “When God Becomes The Weapon”, provides a detailed, unsettling first-hand account of religiously motivated persecution in rebel-controlled areas in eastern Ukraine.
Read more...
 
Freedom of thought, conscience and religion in Ukraine — Human Rights Report 2014
Human rights organisations report about human rights in Ukraine during 2014.
Read more...
 

Monitoring

Situation with Religious Freedom in Crimea 2015 – OSCE Mission's Report
Report of the OSCE Human Rights Assessment Mission on Crimea
Read more...

International Documents

PACE Resolution 2076 (2015) Freedom of religion and living together in a democratic society
Churches and religious organisations are an integral part of civil society and must, with secular organisations, take part in the life of society. National authorities should take more account of religious communities’ potential to work for dialogue, mutual recognition and solidarity.
 
PACE Recommendation 2080 (2015) Freedom of religion and living together in a democratic society
The Parliamentary Assembly consequently recommends that the Committee of Ministers set up a stable an officially recognised platform for dialogue between the Council of Europe and senior representatives of religions and non-denominational organisations.
 

Maksym Vasin's Blog

'Religious' War in Donbas

Ideologists and producers of the Russian occupation of the Crimea and Eastern Ukraine have artificially built in religious hidden motives in the bloody picture of the events in Donbas. 


   

Follow Us

  приєднатися!    cлідкувати за новинами
  новини поштою.Newsletters   RSS-новини RSS-stream  

Contacts Us

Institute for Religious Freedom
Ukraine 01001, Kyiv-1,
P.O.Box V-471