Russian tanks shelled Trostianets City Hospital in Sumy Region in March of 2022 during the occupation of […]
29 May 2023
On May 24, 2023, Tihran Ohannisian and Mykyta Khanhanov, both born in 2006, in the temporarily occupied city of Berdiansk, Zaporizhzhia region, were charged by the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation with accusations of allegedly planning sabotage on the railway. The indictment was preceded by several months of bullying, detention, and torture.
25 May 2023
“Hi mom, dad! I am kept in captivity, in a prisoner-of-war camp. Conditions are normal: we have […]
23 May 2023
The Delegations of Ukraine, the United States, and the EU to the OSCE, together with the Media […]
22 May 2023
The Media Initiative for Human Rights (MIHR) is a media team that changes foreign and domestic policy for Ukraine’s integration into the free world.
Journalists Maria Tomak and Olha Reshetylova launched the organization in September 2016. At first, the main activity of MIHR was journalistic investigations of human rights violations followed by legal support of cases. Currently, MIHR combines monitoring and recording human rights violations in connection with the armed aggression of the Russian Federation, coverage and investigation of separate episodes, analysis of collected data, and advocacy activities.
For the team, it is crucial not only to talk about the problems of human rights violations in the occupation and the war zone but, above all, to influence their solution and encourage an appropriate response to them both at the national and international levels.
2 May 2023
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