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An Entrepreneur is Raising Funds to Build a Mini-park with English Lessons in Luhansk Oblast

A family mini leisure park, with a sports ground and cinema and which will also offer English lessons could open in the town of Sievierodonetsk in Luhansk Oblast. Local entrepreneur Anastasiia…  



Dutch-funded project to enhance law and order in eastern Ukraine kicks off

A new United Nations Recovery and Peacebuilding Programme project funded by the Netherlands to improve community security, access to justice and policing is to tackle a raft of issues arising from the…  


New data challenges traditional notions of ‘rich’ and ‘poor’

The traditional concept of poverty is outdated, according to a new report released today by UNDP and the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative. New data demonstrate more clearly than ever…  


U-Inn 2.0: RELOAD Camp to boost youth social innovations for restarting local democracy in Ukraine

Eighty young people from all regions of Ukraine learned about integrity and inclusiveness challenges in Ukraine and brainstormed local solutions to local issues at the U-Inn 2.0: RELOAD Camp. It is a…  


An updated version of the Your Rights mobile application has been launched for internally displaced persons and people who have suffered from sexual and gender-based violence and human trafficking

The presentation of an updated version of the Your Rights mobile application – a universal legal guide for people affected by the conflict in eastern Ukraine, as well as people who have suffered from…  


Rubizhne to become the first city in Ukraine to pilot “Safe City and Safe Public Spaces” methodology

The city of Rubizhne in Luhansk Oblast is to become the first city in Ukraine to pilot the methodology of a UN Women Global initiative called “Safe City and Safe Public Spaces.”  


What do civil servants know and think about human rights: UNDP in Ukraine together with the National Agency of Ukraine for the Civil Service present the results of a study

Civil servants value the same rights and freedoms as all Ukrainians, and are ready to use more legal mechanisms to stand up for their own rights. But the willingness of some of them to justify…  



The institutional capacity on addressing gender-based and domestic violence in Luhansk Region

The study was conducted from 3 September to 30 November 2018 within the framework of the UNDP Project “Rule of Law and Community Justice for Conflict-Affected Areas in Ukraine”.  

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