The new 67th issue of the human rights bulletin of ADC Memorial has been released. In the issue: anti-Roma outbursts in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus; the situation in Crimea; the indigenous peoples of Russia; fights for the adoption of an anti-discrimination law in Armenia; gender discrimination; etc.
On One Hectare Olga ABRAMENKO
OSCE ODIHR session discussed anti-Roma outbursts in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus
- Protection of the rights of victims of the anti-Roma pogrom in Ust-Abakan Valery ZAITSEV
- Police raids against Romani people in Belarus Pavel SAPELKO
- The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child concerns about the situation of Roma children in Belarus
- The Loshchynivka tragedy – a strategic case to overcome discrimination in Ukraine Andriy LESHCHENKO
If the Children Aren’t Ours, the Problem’s not Ours?
Hostages of the Kremlin Eugenia ANDREYUK
ADC Memorial submitted information regarding the situation in Crimea to Committee on Elimination of Racial Discrimination
Kuznetsk Basin: Indigenous Peoples Threatened with Extinction. Report regarding the situation with Shor people and other indigenous peoples of Russia (CERD)
The Barents Observer takes Russian censors to court with support from ADC Memorial
The European regional forum on education, language and Human Rights of minorities was held in Brussels
Side event of FIDH and ADC Memorial on gender discrimination at the OSCE ODIHR meeting
UN HRC has published recommendations for Tajikistan and compiled list of questions on gender equality and SOGI to Uzbek authorities
Armenian civil society fights for the adoption of an anti-discrimination law Hasmik PETROSYAN67_eng