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Human rights violations against key populations amid ongoing war in Ukraine

Key HIV-affected communities in Ukraine face widespread rights violations, prejudice, and discrimination due to their vulnerable population status.

Amid Russia’s full-scale invasion into Ukraine, starting from February 24, 2022, the situation with human rights violations against people who inject drugs (PWID), patients in OST programs, people living with HIV (PLHIV), people with TB, sex workers, men who have sex with men (MSM), and other most-at-risk groups has significantly deteriorated.

In addition to the barriers and constraints encountered by clients under the imposed martial law, the REAct system has recorded war crimes by the invading Russian military.

Read more about the key types of violators and violations, a detailed description of war crimes committed by the occupiers during the war, and barriers to receiving services and protecting the rights, which appeared for clients in connection with the full-scale war in Ukraine, in our the new booklet “Human rights violations against key populations amid ongoing war in Ukraine”.