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The Right to Know: Three ways to improve Ukrainians’ access to information

Access to information or ATI is an essential driver of sustainable development and is one of the key principles underpinning the UN’s Declaration of Human Rights. In 2019, Ukraine along with another…  


Call for proposals “Fighting Impunity for Grave Human Rights Violations and Other International Crimes Committed in the Armed Conflict”

Support to the activities of the civil society organizations in monitoring and documenting mass violations of human rights and other international crimes  


Human Rights Media Festival brings together journalism students from across Ukraine to teach them human rights

Human rights values should be a backbone of journalism education. The second Human Rights Media Festival brought together journalism students from all over Ukraine to teach them how to raise human…  


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…  



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…  



Call for Proposals "Supporting human rights actors to promote and defend human rights in Ukraine"

The overall aim of the present call for proposals is supporting and strengthening the key human rights stakeholders and actors in order to promote and defend human rights in Ukraine.  


UNDP and the Government of Denmark continue promoting human rights in Ukraine: things to know about the new project

Kyiv, 6 March 2019 – The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Ukraine with the support of the Government of Denmark has launched a new project – “Human Rights for Ukraine” (HR4U) – to…  

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