News from Ukraine Bulletin 20 (14 November 2022)

A Digest of News from Ukrainian Sources – DOWNLOAD HERE AS A PDF

News from the territories occupied by Russia:

More bodies of civilians killed during Russian occupation found in Donetsk Oblast  (Ukrainska Pravda, November 13th)

How Russia is mobilizing Ukrainians in occupied territories (The Insider, 12 November)

Russians steal 15,000 paintings from Kherson Oblast  (Ukrainska Pravda, November 12th)

The painful traces of Russian propaganda remain in eastern Ukraine  (Open Democracy, November 11th)

Bodies of civilians killed by occupiers found in liberated Kherson Oblast  (Ukrainska Pravda, November 11th)

Russia wants to teach its schoolchildren how to throw grenades and operate drones (Ukrainska Pravda, November 11th)

Russians brutally tortured and sometimes killed Ukrainian civilians in village school in Kherson oblast  (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, November 11th)

Kherson journalist, imprisoned by the Russians, tells of killing, rape and torture of hostages  (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, November 11th)

Ukrainian kids from occupied Melitopol indoctrinated and enlisted in Russia’s ‘Youth Army’  (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, November 8th)

Russia’s use of ‘evacuated’ Kherson residents as human shields is a war crime   (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, November 7th)

Russians shoot civilians in Kherson region – police (Ukrainska Pravda, November 10th)

Destroyed houses and school: Russian forces raze small village in Kherson Oblast to ground (Ukrainska Pravda, November 10th)

Education in the occupied territories of Ukraine (February 24 – April 30, 2022)  (Cedos (Ukraine), May 2nd)

News from Ukraine – general:

Resistance and Solidarity. The Left Volunteer Movement in the Russo-Ukrainian War  (Commons (Ukraine), November 9th)

Russia destroys or damages over 1100 Ukrainian hospitals and plunders others  (Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, November 9th)

State agencies being misused to attack federation of trade unions in Ukraine  (Ukraine Solidarity Campaign, November 9th)

Ukrainian government threatens confiscation of trade union property (Open Democracy, November 8th)

A trip to Kryvyj Rih  (Solidarity Collectives, November 7th)

The regional organization of the KVPU continues to provide assistance to the residents of Kharkiv  (Confederation of Free Trade Unions of Ukraine, November 5th)

Analysis and comment:

Goodbye, “Russian Romance!”: an Interview with Kavita Krishnan. Part 1    (Posle, November 11th)

Down with Putin’s modern czarism! A response to Yanis Varoufakis  (Open Democracy, November 10th)

Why We Do Not Need to Debunk All Fake Hits From Russian PSYOPs  (Opora, November 7th)

“Art Has Taken On a Therapeutic Role”  (Posle, November 6th)

The American Left and Ukraine  (Posle, October 26th)

Social, temporary and crisis housing: What Ukraine had when it faced the full-scale war  (Cedos (Ukraine), October 13th)

Statement by Ukrainian Feminists in Solidarity with Iranian Women (Feminist Workshop, November)

A discussion on Labour Net – four linked items:

  1. ILWU Must Stand in Opposition to the U.S./NATO-Provoked War! (October 3rd)

2. The right to resist invasion  (November 1st)

3. Response to Greg Dropkin on Ukraine War  (November 9th)

4. Response to Jack Heyman on Ukraine  (November 9th)

Research of human rights abuses:

Almost every school in Mariupol was damaged. A KHPG investigation (Tribunal for Putin, November 10th)

Genocide and the acts defined by that crime: Some thoughts  (Tribunal for Putin, November 10th)

Victims of Russia’s war crimes should not remain silent, human rights defenders say  (Centre for Civil Liberties, November 9th)

Russia takes Ukrainian children prisoner in ‘first wave of deportation’  (Tribunal for Putin, November 8th)


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