Human rights in Ukraine – 2004. Human rights organizations’ report.

/ Editors Y.Zakharov, I.Rapp, V.Yavorskiy / Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union. – Kharkiv: Folio, 2005. – 312 p. ISBN 966-03-3012-Х. The book examines the human rights situation in Ukraine in 2004, researched by various human rights non-governmental organizations and experts in the field. The book examines the situation with human rights and fundamental freedoms as of the end of 2004. The conclusions of the research contain recommendations for eliminating violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms and improving the overall situation. Book in PDF format

PREFACE

INTRODUCTION

I. HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE CONSTITUTION OF UKRAINE

II. THE RIGHT TO LIFE

III. THE RIGHT TO PROTECTION FROM TORTURE AND CRUEL TREATMENT

IV. THE RIGHT TO LIBERTY AND SECURITY

V. RIGHT TO A FAIR TRIAL

VI. RIGHT TO PRIVACY

VII. FREEDOM OF THOUGHT, CONSCIENCE, AND RELIGION

VIII. RIGHT TO ACCESS TO INFORMATION

IX. FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION

X. RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF PEACEFUL ASSEMBLIES

XI. FREEDOM OF ASSOCIATIONS

XII. THE RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT AND FREEDOM TO CHOOSE ONE’S PLACE OF RESIDENCE

XIII. PROBLEMS OF DISCRIMINATION AND INEQUALITY IN UKRAINE

XIV. HUMAN RIGHTS AND ELECTION OF THE PRESIDENT OF UKRAINE

XV. THE CATEGORISATION OF ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RIGHTS

XVI. RIGHT TO SAFE ENVIRONMENT

XVII. RIGHTS OF WOMEN

XVIII. THE RIGHTS OF PRISONERS

XIX. OBSERVANCE OF THE RIGHTS OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV OR AIDS

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