IRF - Institute for Religious Freedom, Kyiv, Ukraine

Human rights activists published evidences of religious persecution in the occupied Donbas
Wednesday, 13 May 2015 12:44
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.
Russia's Restrictive Religion Laws Take Their Toll in Crimea
Thursday, 07 May 2015 19:47
There is no question that Russia bears the responsibility. It instituted discriminatory laws at home, and those spread to Crimea.
Ukrainian Churches are facing imminent ban in Crimea
Wednesday, 25 March 2015 22:37
As feared, the demand that religious communities re-register according to Russian legislation is being used as a weapon enabling an effective ban on Ukrainian churches and religious organizations functioning in Crimea. 
Delegation from Ukraine visited the National Prayer Breakfast with the U.S. President
Thursday, 12 February 2015 22:34
Washington, D.C. – The 63th National Prayer Breakfast, which was attended by about 3 thousand guests from around the world, including Ukraine, took place on February 6, 2015.
Washington focused on religious persecution in occupied territories of Ukraine
Monday, 09 February 2015 11:58
USA – On the eve of the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. there was held a roundtable discussion in the building of Congress on the topic of religious persecution in the occupied territories of Ukraine.
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Comments & Analysis

IRF Statement at OSCE Conference on Combating Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians

Speaking about the current persecution of Christians in Europe, we can again recall the consequences of the Russian aggression against Ukraine over the last 3 years. Also conflicts arise from implementing the concept of equal opportunities, in particular, from the ambiguous interpretation of the concepts of gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation.
Process of live dialogue: Institute for Religious Freedom marks 15 years

For 15 years, the Institute for Religious Freedom has performed an important mission of protecting freedom of conscience and religion in Ukraine and internationally.
Freedom of thought, conscience and religion in Ukraine — Human Rights Report 2015
Annual Report on Human Rights in Ukraine 2015. Section on freedom of thought, conscience and religion.


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

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. 


IRF Report

Report “Religious freedom at gunpoint"

Russian terror in the occupied territories of eastern Ukraine.

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