Communication with the Police

Let's talk about situations that can happen to anyone, particularly, to HIV-positive people — meeting the police. In this video, we together with Andrii Halai, the project coordinator of the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union, will figure out when and how police officers can turn to, detain and search a person. Are there special guarantees for HIV-positive people? And finally, how to protect the rights if they are violated by the police?

Find out in the video and take the test to learn more.

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FIGHTING WITH HIV

Oleh Dymaretskyi is a lawyer, a public and human rights activist. He is a director of the charitable organization «Volna» and has been working in HIV-service organizations for 17 years. In the interview, he will tell about real-life cases of human rights violations of HIV-positive people.

The project «Know your rights!» has been implemented within the project «Accelerating Ukraine’s Efforts to End HIV» (HealthLink) with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The content of the project is the responsibility of «100 percent life» and does not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the US Government.


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