UCCRO Statement on the threats posed by the Istanbul Convention, and the inexpediency of its ratification
The Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations is concerned about the ideological bias and certain provisions of the Istanbul Convention, which convince us that it is inappropriate to ratify this particular international document.
Participants of the field meeting of the Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations in Ostroh, Rivne Region, adopted a Resolution on the Family Policy of Ukraine.
We see an increasingly clearer juxtaposition of traditional family and European values, which is nothing more than a cynical substitution of concepts and a planned attack on the European choice of the Ukrainian people.
The Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations stated that the St. Nicholas Cathedral in Kyiv should be handed over to the Catholic community for permanent free use.
Ukrainian Council of Churches calls to adopt a bill that will release innocent convicted Ukrainian citizens from unjust captivity.
Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations appeals to all those in whose power and competence to cease fire and shelling in eastern Ukraine.
Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations has issued a special appeal regarding the prevention of the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and the necessary actions during quarantine in Ukraine.
The Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations (UCCRO) urges the President of Ukraine and MPs to amend the draft law No. 0931, so that the fanatical fight against discrimination should not lead to the suppression of citizens' constitutional rights to freedom of conscience and freedom of expression.
Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations condemns the desecration of the monument to the Jewish writer Sholem Aleichem in Kyiv.
Ukrainian Council of Churches appeals to all religious leaders in the world to condemn the attempts to justify crimes with feelings of religious superiority.
Ukrainian religious leaders condemn any acts of violence on the grounds of religious hatred or other motives, in whatever place and under whatever slogans they are committed.