Ukrainian government loosened the quarantine for religious organizations
Ukrainian Council of Churches agreed on cooperation with the Prime Minister
Civil society activists were trained to document religious prosecution in Donbas and Crimea
wednesday 11 december 2019
The workshop "How to document religious prosecutions in the occupied territories of Ukraine" involved religious figures, lawyers and human rights activists.
Civil society developed an action plan for releasing the remaining Kremlin’s captives
monday 18 november 2019
Religious and public figures discussed their further joint efforts to release Ukrainian citizens taken prisoner of war or captive as a result of Russian aggression and to rehabilitate them to civilian life.
Civil society takes joint efforts to release hostages from Russia and the occupied Crimea and Donbas
thursday 25 july 2019
Religious and public figures, human rights activists and relatives of hostages and political prisoners agreed to cooperate under the Religious Freedom Roundtable in Ukraine.
Russia is responsible for religious oppression in the occupied Crimea and Donbas
tuesday 14 may 2019
Practices of abduction, torture and extrajudicial executions of clerics and individual believers of most confessions, except the Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate, are widespread.
The first Religious Freedom Roundtable was held in Ukraine
tuesday 16 april 2019
Ukrainian religious leaders and human rights activists agreed to cooperate for promoting religious freedom in the format of a roundtable.
New procedure for registration of religious organizations was introduced in Ukraine