My house – someone’s fortress: The right of property under conditions of the armed conflict in the East of Ukraine
The publication provides a comprehensive analysis of property rights protection in the current situation of armed conflict in the east of Ukraine. It explains the international legal understanding of the essence of the right to peaceful enjoyment of property and its legal nature; analyzes the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights and the formation of European standards for property rights protection in the situation of armed conflict. Also it considers peculiarities of property rights protection amid armed conflict in the East of Ukraine.
The report can be founf here.
My house – someone’s fortress: the right to property under conditions of the armed conflict in the East of Ukraine / О. А. Bida, А. B. Blaga, О. А. Martynenko, М. G. Statkevych; ex. Chief Editor А.P. Bushchenko / Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union. – Kyiv, 2016.
The report contains information obtained during field monitoring missions conducted under support of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in the framework of the “Human Rights in Action” Project implemented by the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union.
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