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Help us continue to fight human rights abuses. Please give now to support our work. The authorities charged the woman, Daria Mastikasheva, with treason, and a court in Dnipro has ordered her pretrial detention pending investigation. Mastikasheva, 29, a Ukrainian citizen living in Moscow, was visiting her mother and her year-old son in the town of Kamenskoye, in the Dnipropetrovsk region in eastern Ukraine. On August 15, , the security services abducted her and held her incommunicado for two days.
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Ukrainian Women Make Strides toward Political Engagement, but Barriers Remain
Ukraine: Woman Detained, Held Incommunicado, Tortured | Human Rights Watch
But the country is far from achieving gender equality, both in daily life and in the political arena. In part, some entrenched stereotypes and administrative obstacles prevent Ukrainians from achieving equality between men and women. Societal perceptions of women in politics are positive; however, the results of the local elections demonstrate differences in trust in women politicians between urban and rural areas. An outstanding question is how to reframe Ukrainian society and the political system in a way that would advance gender equality in Ukraine writ large. Gender Inequality in Domestic Affairs First, a bit of background.
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Ukraine commits to promote women rights in its armed forces
In , we aim at connecting country-specific issues to the 20th anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution on Women, Peace and Security in Organizing two workshops for German, Georgian and Ukrainian young professionals in Tbilisi May and Kyiv June as well as a research-oriented conference in Berlin September , we want to increase awareness of the Women, Peace and Security agenda and analyze best practices. Tens of thousands of people from Eastern European countries have been suffering from violent conflict since the end of the Cold War. The suffering of women and men during and after conflicts is different : women are more often deprived of access to housing, health and social services, and their access to labor markets is often more limited. Which special challenges do internally displaced women face?
Since , the number of women in the Ukrainian military has drastically increased. International actors should do the same: Germany needs to support the promotion of women to higher ranks as well as gender-sensitive programs for demobilization and reintegration. While UN Resolution on women, peace, and security urges countries to increase the participation of women in the military through a top-down approach, in Ukraine, this process has emerged in the reversed direction — a grassroots initiative brought legal changes. The fact that many Ukrainian women have joined the military has been influenced considerably by the armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine. Women began to increase their voluntary participation both in official military forces and in volunteer battalions to fight against the invasion of Russian troops in