Taking into account that our team works in zones that are risky for life and health of human rights activities, faces of members of the Truth Hounds’ field team were slightly changed.
Ukrainian Office Director, documentator of the field mission of the Truth Hounds. Info.email@example.com
The head of the field missions documentators of the Truth Hounds.
Communication specialist, documentator of the field mission of the Truth Hounds.
The analyst, documentator of the field mission of the Truth Hounds.
Researcher, psychologist, documentator of the field mission of the Truth Hounds.
Psychologist, documentator of the field mission of the Truth Hounds.
The researcher, documentator of the field mission of the Truth Hounds.
Truth Hounds’ International law specialist, documentator of the field mission of the Truth Hounds
Truth Hounds’ translator.
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The Truth Hounds Office Director in Georgia, field mission manager in IPHR-Truth Hounds in Ukraine for a long period of time. The qualified coach on human rights, advocacy coordinator of the Truth Hounds. For more than 8 years Svitlana has been coordinating the various projects in Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia.
International human rights specialist, international lawyer. Actively promotes human rights in his native South Caucasus region since 2001. From 2004 to 2006 he worked in the Georgian government on various positions, including the coordination of the prison system reform (2004 – 2005). Was engaged in documentation of human rights violations committed during the armed conflict between Russia and Georgia.
Natalia Novakova specializes in human rights issues in the post-Soviet region, including the freedom of religion in Russia, responsibility for war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine, political prisoners in Azerbaijan. Natalia is also a consultant in Eastern Europe and Central Asia on issues of minority rights and cooperates with the Norwegian Refugee Council as the coordinator of advocacy activities. Has a MPA degree from the Central European University (Budapest) and Master’s in Political Science in Taras Shevchenko (Україна).
Olexandra is an experienced human rights activist and co-founder of the Tbilisi City Shelter, safety coach in the organization Frontline defenders, adviser in the organization Center for Participation and Development, and advocacy specialist at the Ukrainian Helsinki Union on Human Rights.
Senior Advisor in the Norwegian Helsinki Committee. Has a Master’s degree in literature and is the author of several books, including “The Invisible War” about Chechnya.