Relatives of Anton Savytskyi cry during his funeral service on August 13, 2022 in Bucha, Ukraine. Anton Savytskyi, 43, was killed in Bakhmut, Donetsk region, on August 7.
Relatives of Anton Savytskyi cry during his funeral service on August 13, 2022 in Bucha, Ukraine. Anton Savytskyi, 43, was killed in Bakhmut, Donetsk region, on August 7. © Alexey Furman/Getty Images

Ukraine Justice Report - Issue 6

6 September 2022

IWPR's Frontline Updates – unique insights from our network of local reporters and updates from our programmes.

IWPR’s weekly Ukraine Justice Report provides an overview of key events and links to essential reading from Ukrainian and international reports alongside dedicated IWPR reporting and analysis.

Destroyed Russian tank lays beside a road on May 25, 2022 in Irpin, Ukraine. The towns around the capital were heavily damaged following weeks of brutal war as Russia made its failed bid to take Kyiv.
Destroyed Russian tank lays beside a road on May 25, 2022 in Irpin, Ukraine. The towns around the capital were heavily damaged following weeks of brutal war as Russia made its failed bid to take Kyiv. © Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Building International Justice Together

Ukraine’s prosecutor general argues that “only working in synergy” will ensure accountability for Russian war crimes.

By Andriy Kostin, prosecutor general of Ukraine

European Court of Human Rights building, located in Strasbourg, France.
European Court of Human Rights building, located in Strasbourg, France. © CherryX/Wikimedia
COMMENT

Why the European Court of Human Rights Remains Key to Justice for Ukraine

Despite Russia’s consistent refusal to comply with ECtHR decisions, we cannot afford to abandon this means of accountability.
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More than twelve million people have fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion started, with hundreds of thousands of citizens forcibly sent to Russia from the east and south of the country.
More than twelve million people have fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion started, with hundreds of thousands of citizens forcibly sent to Russia from the east and south of the country. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Deported Ukrainians Seek Justice

Evidence is mounting that hundreds of thousands of citizens have been forcibly sent to Russia from the east and south of Ukraine.
UKRAINE JUSTICE BRIEFING

Tuesday, 6 September ‘22

This week’s overview of key events and links to essential reading.

•  Ukraine’s New ECtHR Commissioner
•  Prosecutor General Records Almost 32,000 War Crimes
•  Ukrainian Police Collect War Crimes Evidence
•  Crimes Against Children

Members of the Ukrainian military walk amid debris after a shopping centre and surrounding buildings were hit by a Russian missile strike on April 16, 2022 in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Members of the Ukrainian military walk amid debris after a shopping centre and surrounding buildings were hit by a Russian missile strike on April 16, 2022 in Kharkiv, Ukraine. © Chris McGrath/Getty Images
INTERVIEW

Ukraine’s Plan to Prosecute Collaborators

New legislation remains open to interpretation by law enforcement agencies and judges.

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