Two years after Euromaidan: repression of public protest returns
During the period from April to August 2015 some positive trends regarding the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly were reversed, and now the total number of instances of repression of protests is higher than during the term of Viktor Yanukovych. This is according to the results of monitoring of protests, repressions and concessions conducted […]
Ones get “carrots,” others – “sticks”: freedom of peaceful assembly, protests and repressions in 2014
On February 17, 2015, at a press conference in the UNIAN information agency at 11:30 the Center for Social and Labor Research, in partnership with the Center for Society Research and the Respublika Institute and as a part of the All Ukrainian initiative “For a Peaceful Protest,” held a press-conference on the topic: “The freedom […]
Protests a year after Maidan: less social issues, more violence
Results of monitoring of protests, repressions and concessions by the Center for Social and Labor Research in August-October 2014 On November 25th at a press conference in the ‘Ukrinform’ information agency the Center for Social and Labor Research, presented the results of the systematic monitoring of protests, repressions and concessions on the changes in protest […]
Repressions and violence: in Donbass and all over Ukraine
The report presents the systematic research of protests, repressions and concessions of protesters in Ukraine in August and September 2014, focusing on violence against civilians in Donbass and repressions of the protests across Ukraine.
Is the new Maidan about to happen?
On September 11th at a press conference in the UNIAN information agency, sociologists from the Center for Social and Labor Research presented the results of monitoring of protests, repressions and concessions that took place in Ukraine during August 2014. The monitoring is supported by the International ‘Renaissance’ Foundation and the National Endowment for Democracy. Summary: August […]