With the support of the Permanent Delegation of Norway to the OSCE, the year 2017 has started with the project of documentation of indiscriminate attacks in Donetsk and Luhansk regions. The aim of the project is to document the evidence of international crimes in order to fight the impunity.
In June 2017, Truth Hounds launched the project “Children of War” with the support of the Local Cooperation Foundation of the Embassy of Finland. The aim of the project is to advocate the addressing of problems of children living in war conditions.
Also this year, the Truth Hounds’ team reached an agreement with the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) to implement the project on Monitoring and Documentation on human rights violations in Ukraine .
Since 2016, the Truth Hounds’ team is implementing the Tbilisi Shelter city project with the support of Protect Defenders EU and the Embassy of the Netherlands in Georgia. In addition, the team conducts monitoring of protests in the country and keeps the track of the consequences of war for the population.