On January 25th, in the Troyeshina district of Kyiv, a citizen of Pakistan was attacked by a group of three young men. One was wearing black mask. Не hit the victim on the head and after the man fell down started to kick him. Another person without a mask assisted him. A third one was standing [...]
The following description of an anti-Semitic march that took place in Kharkov (the second largest city in Ukraine) is a translation of an article originally posted in Russian. The original can be accessed here. During the 2012 Ukrainian parliamentary elections, the nationalistic party “Svoboda” (Freedom) organized a rally. It was announced to be a protest [...]
The anti-Semitic Ukrainian party Svoboda won 12.3 percent of the vote in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, making it clear that they will be well represented in Ukraine’s parliament. Several anti-Semitic attacks, such as the torching of synagogues, Jewish cultural centers and the desecration of Jewish cemeteries, have been linked to party members of Svoboda. In addition [...]
“Last month, the European Commission finally backed a proposal for new laws that intend to cut off EU funding for racist or xenophobic parties and their associated foundations. The proposal demands European political parties and foundations to register officially under EU law to get a new legal status that allows them to receive EU funding. [...]
Public authorities have once again shown interest in the problems of nationalism. President Dmitry Medvedev said that the fight against extremism and in particular the opposition to attempts to “play the ethnic card”
By Daniil Meshcheryakov, Executive Director of the Moscow Helsinki Group Politically active groups continued to advocate for a nationalist agenda within the broader protest movement.
LVIV, UKRAINE – Several young men have beaten up a student from Moroссo in a central city street. The attack happened suddenly. The victim and witness suggest that the attack was motivated by racial hatred. The police refused to accept the statement, because nobody in the nearest police station understood English. Policemen refused the translation of [...]
TERNOPIL, UKRAINE – Between November 15-20 more than eight international students have been attacked and beaten just from from the dormitory for students of Ternopil medical University. Police were notified. The students were from Sudan, Nigeria, Somalia, Cameroon, and Ghana.