Informujemy, że Państwa dane osobowe są przetwarzane przez Fundację Instytut na Rzecz Kultury Prawnej Ordo Iuris z siedzibą w Warszawie przy ul. Górnośląskiej 20/6, kod pocztowy 00-484 (administrator danych) w celu informowania o realizacji działań statutowych, w tym do informowania o organizowanych akcjach społecznych. Podanie danych jest dobrowolne. Informujemy, że przysługuje Państwu prawo dostępu do treści swoich danych i możliwości ich poprawiania.
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Did Russia commit genocide? Summary of the activities of the War Crimes Archive

· The War Crimes Archive is a project aimed at collecting and verifying reports of war crimes committed on the territory of Ukraine by Russia from February 24, 2022.

· The materials collected by the Archive indicate that the army of the Russian Federation is committing numerous war crimes on the territory of Ukraine.

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Life protection


Ordo Iuris monitors compliance with the law in Polish hospitals

· The Ordo Iuris Institute sent requests to several hundred hospitals for access to public information on the number of abortions performed in a situation of pregnancy resulting from a criminal act.

· Media reports suggest that due to the war in Ukraine, the number of abortions performed on the basis of this premise may have increased in Poland.

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Let's judge Putin! Ordo Iuris gathers evidence of Russian crimes

· The Ordo Iuris Institute, in cooperation with the Collegium Intermarium University, launched a programme of gathering evidence of Russian war crimes.

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Civil liberties


Stop war crimes. The appeal for international investigations

· In Ukraine, the war caused by Russian aggression continues.

· As a result of military actions, war crimes are committed against civilians.

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Family and marriage


Scandalous order of the ECtHR: Russia must introduce civil unions, in spite of the opposition of most Russians and it does not stem from the Convention

● Three same-sex couples sued Russia before the European Court of Human Rights, demanding almost EUR 80,000 in compensation for ‘harm and expenses’ incurred as a result of their inability to marry.

● The ECtHR ruled that Russia had violated their right to respect for private and family life, but refused to award the amount requested.

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Family and marriage


Denis Lisov sends a thank you letter to Poland. The family returns to Russia

Denis Lisov, a Russian national who fled from Sweden to Poland, returns to Russia with his children.

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