Annual report KHISR 2022

The year 2022 has become extremely difficult for everyone. A full-scale war forced millions of Ukrainians to change their lives, fight every day for survival and help the army resist the Russian invaders. Some members of our organization joined the Armed Forces of Ukraine, some moved to safer regions and helped from there, some stayed… Читати далі

The Analysis of the System of Justice for Minors in Conflict with the Law in Ukraine Practical Aspects

This publication results from the research conducted in June-October 2021 by Kharkiv Institute for Social Research as part of the Council of Europe Project “Combating violence against children in Ukraine, Phase II”. The report provides information on how the rights of children in conflict with the law are observed, on whether prevention programmes are available… Читати далі

The Rights of Persons with Disabilities who are Institutionalised in Wartime: Research Findings

This report contains the results of research carried out on the operation of inpatient facilities for persons with disabilities in Ukraine during the war. The international and national regulatory framework for persons with disabilities, including legislation adopted since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, is considered separately. This report has been produced with the financial support… Читати далі

Children and war: March-May 2023

The second year of Ukrainian-Russian war continues to cause many losses for Ukraine — the Russian army regularly shells the civilian population and civilian infrastructure. As of May 31, 2023, 483 children have already died, 989 have received injuries of varying degrees of severity. More than 2,900 cases of crimes against Ukrainian children by the… Читати далі

Children in Ukraine: almost a year of the war

For almost a year, we have been documenting the war crimes of the Russian army in Ukraine. Most of them are directed against the civilians. The occupiers are shelling residential areas, shopping centers, places where humanitarian aid is distributed, hospitals, schools and playgrounds. They kill and terrorize the residents of the temporarily occupied territories, create… Читати далі

Children and the war in Ukraine 24.11.-24.12.2022

The cold season slowed down the liberation of Ukrainian territories. At the same time, it brought a load on the heating and energy systems in the conditions of constant shelling of Ukraine’s critical infrastructure. The population is forced to adapt to long-hour shutdowns of light, water and heating, which is extremely difficult for families with… Читати далі

Children and the war in Ukraine 24.10.-24.11.2022

The ninth month of the war was marked by the liberation of a large number of settlements in the Kherson region — the city of Kherson in particular. The de-occupied territories need a lot of attention for now – the restoration of communal services, the delivery of humanitarian aid, the organization of medical and social… Читати далі

UKRAINE’S POSTWAR FUTURE: report according to the surevey results

The given report is highlighting results of the research devoted to postwar rennovation and rebuilding of Ukraine. The report also considers many aspects of the transitional justice, peacebuilding process and reintegration of de-occupied territories. The research and publication were made possible due to  financial support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Czech Republic. Download… Читати далі

Children and the war in Ukraine 24.09.-24.10.2022

243 days of Russia’s war against Ukraine. The inability of the Russian troops to fight and hold the temporarily occupied territories leads to even greater terror of the civilian population. The enemy is destroying our civilian and critical infrastructure. Attacks by Russian cruise missiles and Iranian strike drones have already destroyed 40% of the country’s… Читати далі

Children and the war in Ukraine 24.07.-24.08.2022

Half a year of war showed that Russia committed all possible war crimes on the territory of Ukraine. Most of the shelling and bombing falls on residential buildings, hospitals, schools and other civilian infrastructure. Terrorist attacks take place in places with the largest concentration of people – shopping centers, transport stops, high-rise buildings. Communal services… Читати далі



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