ISHR News2022-05-05T11:31:05+02:00


Here you will find the latest on human rights topics and events from the worldwide network of the International Society for Human Rights (ISHR), as well as the ‘ISHR Newsletter’. Photo: UN Photo/Marie Frenchon

Luydmyla Denisova: interview with the Ombudsman of Ukraine

Since the beginning of the war, the workload in the Office of the Ombudsman, headed by Lyudmyla Denisova, has multiplied. Ukrainian prisoners of war in Russia, annihilation, torture, forced deportation. All of this is documented as a war crime - for future courts.

ISHR Newsletter • April 2022

It has been long since ISHR news landed in your inboxes but so much has been happening in the world of human rights some of which we will capture in this ‘bumper edition.’

ISHR turns 40 this year

On April 8, 2022, the International Society for Human Rights (ISHR) turns 40 years old. It was initially founded by 13 people committed to the defense of human rights.

Alongside the German section who will be celebrating 50 years of existence.

Appeal to the Russian citizens

We are not your opponents, and certainly not your enemies! Nothing is more important to restoring peace than the truth! Nothing is fairer than ending this violent special operation immediately!


March 2022: ISHR Baltic State visit

Thomas Schirrmacher starts his first day of the Baltic States trip in Vilnius, Lithuania with a meeting with Jurgita Samoskiene and Olga Karach.


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