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Beyond the Battlefield: The War in Ukraine and its Protracted Impact on Human and Labor Rights. Detailed Analysis of Crimes Against Humanity in the Context of Human Capital Management (2014-2023)


The aim of the article was to describe the key historical events in Ukraine, during the period 2014-2023, which are involved in crimes against humanity (crimes against humanity) and national security as a result of military actions of Russia. In addition, for convenience, the historical analysis is divided before and after the full-scale invasion (2022-2023). The scientific task was to present a historical and critical point of view on the crimes against humanity that have been committed in Ukraine within the framework of the events of the last nine years. At the same time, the methodology of the research passed through the use of the method of historical analysis and hermeneutics. As a result of the study, the historical determinants reflecting the state of crimes against humanity and national security of Ukraine were identified, with special emphasis on the events in the east of the country and the Crimean Peninsula. It is concluded that in such conditions the system of human resource management in Ukraine suffers greatly. It is established that mass migration, loss of human resources, civilian casualties and destruction of infrastructure took place during the last nine years of the war.


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