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Russian-Speaking Ukraine
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Founded March 1, 2008 (2008-03-01)
Type "NGO
Focus Protecting human rights and freedoms of Russian-speaking citizens & minority populations in Ukraine
Location
Area served
Ukraine
Key people
Vadym Kolesnichenko (chairman), Ruslan Bortnik
Website r-u.org.ua

The All-Ukrainian Non-government Organization “Human Rights Public Movement “Russian-speaking Ukraine” ("Russian: Всеукраинская общественная организация «Правозащитное общественное движение «Русскоязычная Украина») was founded on March 1, 2008 in "Severodonetsk, Luhansk region during the II All-Ukrainian congress of deputies of all-level councils, and was registered on August 10, 2009 by the Ministry of Justice ("Kiev).

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Statutory mission[edit]

Protection of the rights and freedoms of Russian-speaking citizens of "Ukraine and minority population through the preservation and further development of Russian "language and "culture, languages and cultures of national minorities; protection of the canonical "Orthodox Church, religions and beliefs of native population of Ukraine, as well as their cultural, information and social environment.

Supervisory Board[edit]

Vadym Kolesnichenko, The Chairman of Council [1]

Members:

Major activities[edit]

Recent projects[edit]

2010[edit]

Documentary Photography Project[edit]

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"Wrocław, Monument to Victims of Crimes Committed by Ukrainian Nationalists

On April 8 the NGO "Russian-speaking Ukraine" and the Polish Society for the Remembrance of the Victims of Crimes Committed by Ukrainian Nationalists launched an exhibition entitled ""The Volyn Massacre: Polish and Jewish victims of the "OUN-UPA" in Ukrainian House in "Kiev. It was premier exhibit in the Ukrainian travel tour. In April–October period of 2010 exhibition was displayed in Kiev, "Luhansk, "Zaporizhzhia, "Odesa, "Mykolaiv, "Sevastopol, "Yalta, "Kharkiv.[3]

World Without Nazism[edit]

On June 20–22 the Founding Convention of the International Human Rights Movement "World without Nazism" (of which the Russian-speaking Ukraine is one of several partners) took place in Kiev. More than 350 delegates came to this event, among them representatives of more than 150 non-governmental organizations from more than 20 countries, including parliamentarians from Russia, Ukraine, "Latvia, "Moldova, "Israel. A new international organization called World without Nazism was the result of couple of forums on the lessons of World War II. They have been held in Berlin (December, 2009) and "Riga (March, 2010).[4]

Major Publications in English[edit]

2007[edit]

Public Report on the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages implementation in Ukraine.[5] This analysis was prepared for information-gathering process designed to enable the "Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe to better evaluate the application of the "European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages in Ukraine and to adopt its own report.

2008[edit]

Additional information to the Public Report on the European Charter for regional or minority languages implementation in Ukraine.[6]

Public Report Concerning Observance of Regulations of Article 30 of the "European Social Charter (Reconsidered) in Ukraine.[7]

See also[edit]

Footnotes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Vadym Kolesnichenko Biography
  2. ^ Council Board
  3. ^ RsU (9 August 2010), Documentary photo exhibition Volyn Massacre: Polish and Jewish victims of the OUN-UPA from the Internet Archive.
  4. ^ World Congress of Russian Jewry (2011), International Human Rights Movement "World without nazism", Internet Archive.
  5. ^ Public Report on the European Charter for regional or minority languages implementation in Ukraine [1]
  6. ^ Additional information to the Public Report on the European Charter for regional or minority languages implementation in Ukraine [2]
  7. ^ Public Report Concerning Observance of Regulations of Article 30 of the European Social Charter (Reconsidered) in Ukraine [3]

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