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Truth Hounds receive 2023 Sakharov Freedom Award


We are grateful to the Norwegian Helsinki Committee (NHC) for honouring Truth Hounds with the Andrei Sakharov Freedom Award

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Attacks on civilians in Motyzhyn, Kopyliv, and Severynivka, Ukraine, – report


The new report by International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR), Truth Hounds, and Global Diligence LLP sets out evidence of war crimes committed by the Russian armed forces in three localities on the western outskirts of Kyiv between 27 February and early April 2022 — Motyzhyn, Kopyliv and Severynivka.

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Annual Report. 2022


Once we decided to follow this path - to hunt for the truth, and chase the perpetrators. And now, on a regular basis, we conduct field missions, gather evidence, investigate, do OSINT, and do a lot of other different work, following our aim to establish justice for those who suffered from war crimes.

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On the use of anti-personnel mines


Landmines of indiscriminate nature have always posed a particular threat to civilians during armed conflicts. Realizing this, civilized societies more than three decades ago started a global movement to abandon their use.

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War Crimes: an Investigative Methodology for NGOs


This reference book is intended to help representatives of NGOs documenting war crimes respond to armed conflict. In addition, it will help organisations interested in promoting the investigation of war crimes committed in Ukraine while working in foreign jurisdictions, based on the principle of universal jurisdiction.

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Evil adapts really fast, we are not even short on their heels


Closing remarks by Roman Avramenko, Executive Director of Truth Hounds, at the side event "Strengthening International Justice. Challenges and opportunities in the case of Ukraine". 08 December 2022, The Hague

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Armoury, Prison, Graveyard: Mariupol Regional Intensive Care Hospital under Russian occupation


Truth Hounds, International Partnership for Human Rights (IPHR) and Global Diligence LLP. presents the report “Armoury, Prison, Graveyard: Mariupol Regional Intensive Care Hospital under Russian occupation”. Mariupol is a strategic port city in south-eastern Ukraine, with a pre-war population of around 400 000. Mariupol was under Russian siege from 2 March to mid-May 2022, when...

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RDP: Repeatedly Displaced Person. Interview with Mariia Zivert


This year, for many human rights defenders, activists and simply indifferent people from the region ofEastern Europe and Central Asia, the war in Ukraine became the central focus of work and experiences.ARTIФ was no exception: in 2022, we supported a record number of projects from Ukrainian humanrights defenders and creative specialists. One of them was...

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Who’s next in the dead line? Finding responsible for killing people queueing for a bread in Chernigiv


The Russian troops brought civilians and civil infrastructure of the city of Chernihiv under artillery fire on March 16, 2022 at approximately 9 am (10 am according to the official investigators).

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