The 2013 Annual Report on
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Amnesty International is calling on the Ukrainian authorities to immediately establish an independent agency to investigate police abuses following the commitment ...
Amnesty International is calling on Ukraine to immediately establish an independent agency to investigate police abuses ahead of Euro 2012.
Endemic abuse by Ukraine's police force needs to be strongly challenged during the EU-Ukraine summit on 19 December.
The EU should use an upcoming summit in Kyiv to pressure Ukraine to stop its epidemic of police criminality.
On 17 August lawyer Dmytro Karpenko was detained and tortured by police in Cherkasy, Ukraine, after demanding to see a client. When he complained about his treatment ...
Urgent Action EUR 50/016/2011
Ukraine must urgently reform its police force ahead of the UEFA Euro 2012 finals.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC STATEMENT Index: EUR 50/015/2011. 25 November 2011. Amnesty International clarifies position on Yuliya Tymoshenko. ...
Public Statement EUR 50/015/2011
A man who was seriously injured by a police officer has been accused of causing the injuries himself, and may face five years' imprisonment for "attacking a police ...
Urgent Action EUR 50/014/2011
In 2011, Ukraine celebrates its 20th year of independence from the Soviet Union. While successive governments have made progress in improving the country's human ...
Report EUR 50/010/2011
Human rights abuses are practised systematically by the police in Ukraine, despite increasing efforts to combat the problem and growing public outrage. Institutional ...
Report EUR 50/009/2011