Protests

Ukrainian Maidans are 25 Years Old

Aug 29th, 2015 | By

Some wonder when the next Maidan will occur in Ukraine. I hope there will be no need for this extreme protest technology as our country is set on a solid path of transit to democracy. However, every new Ukrainian government should know for sure – the Ukrainian people will stand up again, if we see fundamental violations of democracy.


R.I.P. Daniel Dydyk, 15, of #Kharkiv #Ukraine — victim of Russian terror

Feb 23rd, 2015 | By

Daniel Dydyk, who suffered brain injuries during the February 22 terrorist bombing of a peaceful march in Kharkiv, Ukraine, died on February 23. His recent photo appears above. Daniyl (also known as Danya) was 15 years old. “He studied at a school for gifted children. He was fond of judo and he was a football fan,” said…


R.I.P. Igor Tolmachev — physicist, Euromaidan activist, killed by Russia-backed terrorists

Feb 22nd, 2015 | By

IGOR TOLMACHEV (Игорь Толмачев) was a physicist. He was one of the coordinators of Kharkiv Euromaidan a year ago, when Ukrainians stood their ground in defense of democracy and rule of law, protested against government corruption and demanded closer integration of Ukraine with the European Union. Russia-backed terrorists killed Igor Tolmachev today. He died as…


“Killed by Russian invaders”: Worldwide action. February 07-08. Join to stop the war!

Feb 6th, 2015 | By

Friends! Organizer of similar action in Kiev Eugene Chebotarev and not indifferent people of Kiev appeal to all Ukrainian abroad. We urge the Ukrainian diasporas and all over the world this weekend – 7 and 8 February – carry out the installation of crosses with the names of those killed in eastern Ukraine in front of the russian embassy’s and consulates all around the world.


The Role of Moral Default in Political Nation Forming Process in Ukraine (end of 2013 – beginning of 2014 years)

Nov 9th, 2014 | By

The article deals with political and ethical aspects of revolutionary events of the years 2013-2014 in Ukraine from the perspective of defining the role of moral default in political nation forming process started in the country. The author puts the main emphasis at the necessity and urgency of saving the moral social capital of Revolution, which is going to become the source of the future moral “recovering” of society, human rights protection and democratic development.


Russian Anti-war Movement officially formed in Moscow

Sep 20th, 2014 | By

RUSSIAN ANTI-WAR MOVEMENT News from the Founding Meeting In Russia, a historic event occurred on September 18, 2014. After a series of preparatory discussions, a large group of activists officially formed the Russian Anti-war Movement. It was not certain until the last minute where exactly the founding meeting could take place, as talks about gaining…


Russian Anti-war Movement Assists Conscientious Objectors

Sep 8th, 2014 | By

The Organizing Committee of the Russian Anti-war Movement issued an appeal to mothers and wives of all soldiers of the Russian Federation. You can read the statement in Russian at http://goo.gl/FmDdeS or below. You can also join the Movement’s Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/682332398502639/ . If you can read the Russian document, you will see that members of the Organizing Committee raise…


Protest – London 21 July 2014, Whitehall – Stop Russian Terrorism

Jul 22nd, 2014 | By

Passers by and members of the public were reminded that the murderous Russian terrorists financed and supported by President Putin were responsible for the MH17 tragedy and that it was his missile that was shot down an innocent civilian plane.


Protesters disrupt LSO Gergiev concert on Trafalgar Square

May 12th, 2014 | By

Waving Ukrainian flags and holding a huge banner ‘Gergiev Supports War in Ukraine’, they booed Gergiev as he walked on stage to conduct Prokofiev with the London Symphony Orchestra. They then pointed at Gergiev and chanted “Shame on you”.


Ukrainians keep Downing Street vigil going non-stop for over two months

May 7th, 2014 | By

Stepan Shakhano, spokesperson for Euromaidan London says: “We’re determined to stand here for our family and friends, for those dying on the streets of Ukraine. David Cameron can’t ignore us if we’re here night and day. The UK Government must fulfill its obligations to Ukraine and stop the Russian advance. We demand much tougher, Iran-style sanctions on Russia and guarantees of support to protect the integrity of Ukraine’s borders”