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The United Nations overwhelmingly isolated Russia on Thursday, marking one year since Moscow invaded Ukraine by calling for a "comprehensive, just and lasting peace" and again demanding Moscow withdraw its troops and stop fighting.
The UN General Assembly on Thursday called for ending the war in Ukraine and demanded Russia’s immediate withdrawal from the country, in line with the UN Charter.
SOS Children's Villages Russia issued a press release in response to an article in a recent German publication alleging that the organization was involved in the forcible removal of children from Ukraine.
Seit Kriegsbeginn verschleppt die russische Armee ukrainische Kinder - in Russland droht ihnen Umerziehung. Laut frontal-Recherchen sind SOS-Kinderdörfer möglicherweise verstrickt.
A report by Yale Humanitarian Research Lab’s Conflict Observatory identifies Maria Lvova-Belova is one of the most highly involved figures in Russia’s deportation and adoption of Ukraine’s children, as well as in the use of camps for ‘integrating’
Hundreds of Ukrainian kids are being transferred into Russia from the territories it has occupied in East Ukraine. The Kremlin says they're saving them; Kyiv claims genocide.
This report published by the Yale School of Public Health’s Humanitarian Research Lab (HRL) documents the relocation by Russia of at least 6,000 children from Ukraine to a network of re-education and adoption facilities in Russia-occupied Crimea and mainland Russia.
This study examines international adoptions by French people in more than twenty countries from 1979 to 2021. Researchers analyzed thousands of diplomatic files from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the subject and found reports of various illicit practices in the process of adopting children.
A shock report, produced by two historians and published on Monday February 6, questions the "systemic" nature of the irregularities which have persisted in twenty countries for more than thirty years.
The British Embassy in Kyiv is pleased to announce the opening of the Programme Fund under its Support to Civil Society programme in Ukraine.