Reports Far-rights and state policy Political economy of far-right movements Far-rights and culture International ties of far-rights History


Ukraine – OHCHR: Reports on the human rights situation in Ukraine

Information Centre for Human Rights ZMINA:

The situation of human rights defenders and civic activists in Ukraine in 2019

Activism 2020: monitoring report on persecution of activists and human rights defenders in Ukraine

LGBT Human Rights NASH MIR Center: Community online. LGBT situation in Ukraine in 2020

Euro-Asian Jewish Congress: Xenophobia monitoring

United Jewish Community of Ukraine: Anti-Semitism Report in Ukraine

Counter Extremism: Violent Right-Wing Extremism and Terrorism – Transnational Connectivity, Definitions, Incidents, Structures and Countermeasures. 2020

Investigative practice in Ukraine for crimes committed on the grounds of intolerance. 2021

Far-rights and state policy

Volodymyr Ishchenko: Nationalist Radicalization Trends in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine

Bellingcat: Ukraine’s Ministry of Veterans Affairs Embraced the Far Right – With Consequences to the U.S.

Oleksiy Kuzmenko: The Azov Regiment has not depoliticized

Political economy of far-right

Denys Gorbach: Entrepreneurs of political violence: the varied interests and strategies of the far-right in Ukraine

Ivan Gomza, Johann Zajaczkowski: Black Sun Rising: Political Opportunity Structure Perceptions and Institutionalization of the Azov Movement in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine

Lelik Krakowsky: «Revanche»: opposition nationalists pledge their cooperation with the authorities (part 1)

Lelik Krakowsky: “Revanche”: who was behind the emergence of “Tradition and Order” (part 2)

Far-rights and culture

Bellingcat: Ukrainian Far-Right Extremists Receive State Funds to Teach “Patriotism”

Michael Colborne: Dispatches From Asgardsrei: Ukraine’s Annual Neo-Nazi Music Festival

Michael Colborne: Ukraine’s Far Right Is Boosting A Pro-Putin Fascist

Bellingcat: Calls To “Fight” LGBT People By Ukrainian Cleric Emblematic Of Church’s Proximity To Far Right

The Center for Countering Digital Hate: Hatebook. Facebook’s neo-Nazi shopfronts funding far-right extremism

International ties of far-rights

Bellingcat: The “Hardcore” Russian Neo-Nazi Group That Calls Ukraine Home

Adrien Nonjon: Olena Semenyaka, The “First Lady” of Ukrainian Nationalism

Miroslav Mareš, Martin Laryš, Jan Holzer: Militant Right-Wing Extremism in Putin’s Russia: Legacies, Forms and Threats

Bellingcat: Ukrainian Far-Right Fighters, White Supremacists Trained by Major European Security Firm

Bellingcat: “Defend the White Race”: American Extremists Being Co-Opted by Ukraine’s Far-Right

Bellingcat: Why is a Leading Estonian Think Tank Working Alongside Ukraine’s Far Right?

Kacper Rekawek: Career Break or a New Career? Extremist Foreign Fighters in Ukraine

Time: Like, Share, Recruit: How a White-Supremacist Militia Uses Facebook to Radicalize and Train New Members

illiberalism: Far-Right Group Made Its Home in Ukraine’s Major Western Military Training Hub

illiberalism: Unexpected Friendships: Cooperation of Ukrainian Ultra-Nationalists with Russian and Pro-Kremlin Actors

Zaborona: Fight for the white race. How the Russian neo-Nazi Denis Nikitin promotes his ideas in Ukraine, and why the Azov Regiment


Serhiy Kudelia: When numbers are not enough: The strategic use of violence in Ukraine’s 2014 revolution 

Bellingcat: Yes, It’s (Still) OK To Call Ukraine’s C14 “Neo-Nazi” 

Oles Petik, Denys Gorbach: The rise of Azov

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