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All the materials marked with tag: language law
10 JulyPolitics
The language bill, passed by the Ukrainian parliament in the end of April, has had many important aspects left out. Many of those were important features that would allow this legislation to enable effective Ukrainisation of the public sphere in Ukraine
10 January, 2018Society
Why Ukraine cannot yield to the pressure from its neighbors and how it can protect the state language
20 May, 2014Politics
If Ukraine’s top officials are unable to adequately assess the fatal outcome of their efforts in compromise seeking with Russia for Ukraine, they have no right to head the country. If they do realize the danger of the linguistic concession they are about to make, they should be treated as actors in the Russian cultural and language expansion in Ukraine who intentionally undermine its constitutional order and national statehood
17 October, 2013Society
College students in Odesa campaign against Ukrainophobia in local high schools
13 September, 2012
In the minds of Ukraine’s leadership and entire political class sits a deep conviction that eastern and southern Ukraine does not understand or accept Ukrainian and that the language irks and outrages everyone there, meaning it is better to not even speak it in those regions.
31 August, 2012Politics
Recent developments signal that the Kolesnichenko-Kivalov language law is aimed at the renewed Russification of all Ukrainians regardless of their ethnic backgrounds
30 August, 2012Culture
Dagmar Ostrzhanska, director of the Czech Centre in Kyiv tells The Ukrainian Week of Czech-Ukrainian cultural relations, the Ukrainian art underground and the language inactivity of our compatriots.
28 August, 2012Politics
On Solving the Language Issue
23 August, 2012
Over the past twenty years, everyone has begun to get used to thinking that they could all be identical citizens of this country. That peaceful co-existence of different languages was possible. We have waited a long time for the civilized times to come. Now, the difference once again has a chance to grow visible.
3 August, 2012Politics
After signing the language bill Mr. Lytvyn will now turn into a politician who is completely under the control of the government which will drop him at the first opportunity.
23 July, 2012
Contemporary Ukrainians reject the imperial civilisation that is identified by the Russian language
21 July, 2012Politics
The position of the Verkhovna Rada’s Speaker on the language law, regardless of his motivation, will determine his political future and his place in Ukrainian history
20 July, 2012Politics
During the protests in front of Ukrainian House the government has once more used the scenario of the soft, yet consistent narrowing of citizens’ rights to protest. The criminal cases are a perfect tool for pinpoint strikes against the most proactive protest participants.
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ATO soldiers from more than 20 regions have also arrived in Kyiv on the procession
day before yesterday, ,
The only barrier to a long usurpation of power by the one-party propresident majority will be fragmentation of his faction in parliament amidst the lack of serious competition and temptations of power
day before yesterday, Oleksandr Kramar,
The organization offered Trump to see first-hand the consequences of the Russian actions by visiting Ukraine in the coming months
22 August, ,
During the 2nd Ukrainian Defense Hackathon The Ukrainian Week talked to the Head of Spectrum and C3 Infrastructure Branch at NATO Headquarters C3 Staff on the results of the competition, the details of the main projects of the Alliance for Ukraine and prospects of cooperation with the Ukrainian security and defense sector.
22 August, Yuriy Lapayev,
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