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The Untitled Gallery is a Tbilisi-based art space that aims to improve the social environment in the South Caucasus through its art scene. Together with the support of civil society activists, the Untitled is hosting numerous exhibitions and other educational and cultural activities. We’ve spoken to a co-founder of the Untitled Gallery, Giorgi Rodionov, to
Human rights activists say that public awareness of the dangers of public activism in Ukraine has increased significantly in 2019, following the death of Kateryna Gandziuk. A poll conducted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Fund in November 2019 found that 84% of Ukrainians consider attacks on civic activists a serious problem, while 77% consider
On January 27, a round table “Protecting the Rights of Public Activists: Current Issues and Possible Solutions” was held in Kyiv. During the event, they presented an analytical report “The situation of human rights defenders and civic activists in Ukraine in 2019”. Human rights activists are convinced that the potential of the Verkhovna Rada committees
Seeing the COVID-19 pandemic, TruthHounds is changing its activity schedule until April 3, 2020. In particular, we carry forward our field missions and public events. We know that in difficult crisis situations it is important to act carefully and coherently.
This time we hold for civilians from the frontline villages. Together with our colleagues from Geneva Call NGO, we held our first meeting in Zaitseve village, where we spoke about the rules of war and the rights of civilians during the armed conflict. We are glad that not only local activists but also CIMIC representatives
Now it’s official: the training course on International Criminal Law will be hosted by Український католицький університет UCuniversity this academic year. Our colleague Дмитро Коваль (Dmytro Koval) is among the authors of the course. The International Criminal Law course will provide law students with knowledge to navigate in peculiarities of prosecuting war crimes in connection