The aggression against Ukraine by the Russian Federation has fundamentally changed the situation in Europe and the world, particularly in military, political, economic and humanitarian terms, and with severe social implications.
The war is an attack not only on the sovereignty of Ukraine and the freedom of its people, but also on international law and a rules-based world order guided by peace, democracy, human rights and dignity.
The Peace Watch briefing note focuses on the reactions by and actions brought before human rights law institutions at international (the UN, including e.g. the ILO) and European (the Council of Europe and the European Union) level in response to the invasion by the Russian Federation in Ukraine.
Read the full briefing note here: https://eurocop.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/PEACE-WATCH-International-European-Human-Rights-Law_v2-1-April-2022-1.pdf