Category Archives: “Voices” in English

Evgeny Panov’s mother talks about her son’s health problems after visiting him in Russian prison

By the Crimean Human Rights Group (CHRG) 07.18.2018 Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine Vera Kotelyanets, who often comes to Crimea from Enerhodar, Zaporozhia oblast, tosupport her son at court hearings, managed to see him on July 10, 2018, … Continue reading

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Oleg Sentsov’s letter on day 40 of his hunger strike protest: “Being not afraid is so simple.”

By Oleg Sentsov, Ukrainian film maker and political prisoner, and others 06.23.2017 [June 23, 2018] Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine TV/film producer (TVINDIE Film Production) Yevgeny Gindilis posted the following on his Facebook page: “Friends, here is the … Continue reading

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Oleg Sentsov letter: “Everyone understands that I will not back down”

By Oleg Sentsov, shared by Tatiana Shchur, human rights activist 06.09.2017 [June 9, 2018] Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine Tatiana Shchur: EVERYONE UNDERSTANDS THAT I WILL NOT BACK DOWN A letter from Oleg Sentsov was received on June 7. Our … Continue reading

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Echoes of the “Russian World” – Kharkiv Two Years Later

By IT Sector Posted on 03.01.2016 Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine Two years ago marks the first storming of the Kharkiv Oblast [Regional] State Administration (HOGA). March 1, 2014 is a day remembered by many. It was then that the … Continue reading

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Nadiya Savchenko’s Book: “It’s a Strong Name, Hope” – Chapter 1, Part 2 (conclusion) #FreeSavchenko

Chapter 1: Iraq, Part 2 (conclusion) – from the soon to be published book by Nadiya Savchenko: “It’s A Strong Name, Hope.” [Nadiya means ‘hope’ in Ukrainian, so the title is a play on her own name]. Read part 1 here. … Continue reading

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