November 16 – The International Day for Tolerance

The main quality that should be developed by the current and future populations in order to ensure the realization of these conditions is the tolerance to otherness, to other traditions, beliefs and ideas expanding our cultural horizon.


Research: One in ten Ukrainians considers it normal to beat woman | November 6, 2018

Every second Ukrainian considers that spanking is no violence.

IMI: Freedom of speech violated 201 times in Ukraine in 2018 | November 6, 2018

Since the beginning of the year, IMI documented 80 incidents of preventing legal professional activity of journalists.

Trump is to prohibit illegal migrants to submit asylum applications | November 6, 2018

The US President Donald Trump is going to sign an order the next week, according to which foreigners, who are trying to claim asylum in the USA, will be forced to enter the country only at the official border entry points.

Czech Republic is to follow Austria, Hungary and USA by withdrawing from UN migration compact | November 6, 2018

The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Andrej Babiš is to offer the coalition partners to withdraw from the global migration compact and not to sign it.

Poland is concerned with Ukrainian manpower reduction | November 6, 2018

More than a million Ukrainians are currently working in Poland.

France approves new asylum law | August 8, 2018

France’s parliament passed the law on asylum and immigration despite opposition of several political forces.

Germany and Spain sign migrant return agreement | August 8, 2018

A spokesperson for the German Interior Ministry informed on Wednesday about the agreement with Spain on the return of some migrants arriving in Germany.

Poll: Migrant issue is minor for Germans | August 8, 2018

In Germany, the issue of asylum and refugee policy is one of the least important for the citizens.

1.51 million IDPs from Crimea and Donbas documented in Ukraine | August 7, 2018

1,427,000 IDPs have been registered in Ukraine as of February 12.

EU is to allocate additional €3 million for Spain to solve migration problems | August 7, 2018

The European Commission has allocated additional €3 million in emergency assistance for Spain to overcome the migration pressure.