Ukrainian Law Enforcement Reform Digest. №3: September-October 2017

Ukrainian Law Enforcement Reform Digest. Issue 3: September-October 2017. – K.: Association UMDPL, CPLR, 2017. – 8 pages.

Responsible for the Issue: Serhii Bahlai
Editors: Oleksandr Banchuk, Maryna Tsapok, Eugene Krapyvin
Design, page layout: Ivan Yurchyk

Digest is dedicated to the process of reform of law enforcement authorities in Ukraine, first of all of police, prosecution authorities, State Bureau of Investigation and criminal justice legislation. It is published with the aim to better inform the society, expert community and international institutions on the state of reforming mentioned authorities and spheres of their activity.

Periodicity: 1 time/ 2months

This publication created with support of European Union. The content of publication does not translate official position of European Union.

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Ukrainian Law-Enforcement Reform Digest. №2: June-August 2017

Ukrainian Law-Enforcement Reform Digest. Issue 2: June-August 2017. – K.: Expert group “Police under control”, 2017. – 16 pages.

Responsible for the Issue: Serhii Bahlai
Editors: Maryna Tsapok, Eugene Krapyvin, Nicholas Pehlman
Design, page layout: Ivan Yurchyk

Digest is dedicated to the process of reform of law enforcement authorities in Ukraine, first of all of police, prosecution authorities, State Bureau of Investigation and criminal justice legislation. It is published with the aim to better inform the society, expert community and international institutions on the state of reforming mentioned authorities and spheres of their activity.

Periodicity: 1 time/ 2months (second issue covers a three-months period, next ones – two months).

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Freedom of Assembly in Post-Soviet states. Report on Belarus, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine – 2016-2017

Freedom of Assembly in Post-Soviet states. Report on Belarus, Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine – 2016-2017. By ed. Eugene Krapyvin, Serhii Bahlai – Kyiv, Expert group “Police under control”, 2017. – 60 p.

Authors:
Dzmitry Charnych (Belarus) – coordinator of legal programs, Belarusian Helsinki Committee, Human Rights Center “Viasna”;
Alexandru Postika (Moldova) – lawyer, head of monitoring on democratic processes program, Promo-LEX Association;
Alexey Kozlov (Russia) – expert of the Moscow Helsinki Group on freedom of assembly, PhD;
Serhii Bahlai (Ukraine) – analyst of the Expert group “Police under control”.

Annotation:
This report presents the main trends in the practical implementation of the right to freedom of peaceful assembly in recent years in four countries of the post-soviet states: Belarus, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine.

In recent years, protest movements have intensified in the post-soviet states – the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine (2013-2014); anti-corruption protests in Russia (2017) and Moldova (2015); unproportional activity of Law-Enforcement agencies in Belarus in preparation for the annual action «Freedom Day» (2017) – which raised new challenges for the government, whose duty is to ensure the right to peaceful assembly.

The material will benefit everyone who is interested in the issues of compliance with international human rights standards in sphere of peaceful gatherings and role of Law-Enforcement agencies on guarantee public order during them.

The report was prepared specifically for the annual Conference of the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Warsaw in 2017.

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Ukrainian Law-Enforcement Reform Digest. №1: March-May 2017

Бюлетень eng_final-1Ukrainian Law-Enforcement Reform Digest. Issue 1: March-May 2017. – K.: Expert group “Police under control”, 2017. – 12 pages.

Responsible for the Issue: Serhii Bahlai
Editor: Maryna Tsapok, Eugene Krapyvin
Design, page layout: Ivan Yurchyk

Digest is dedicated to the process of reform of law enforcement authorities in Ukraine, first of all of police, prosecution authorities, State Bureau of Investigation and criminal justice legislation. It is published with the aim to better inform the society, expert community and international institutions on the state of reforming mentioned authorities and spheres of their activity.

Periodicity: 1 time/ 2months (first issue includes a short review of reforms in general and a summary of a 3-months period).

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