Thousands of people from generation to generation live in this country without documents and nationality for over 20 years. They are absent in official databases and remain absolutely invisible to the state, deprived of all rights and often being on the verge of survival.
Heroes of video by Open Society Foundations – human rights activists, civic society activists, public figures – speak about crisis in Ukraine, the armed conflict that slows down our moving forward, the process of redefining by Ukrainians of their country and their common destiny, the need of reforming and counteraction to corruption, mistrust of citizens in legal system, the importance of freedom of speech and expression, our fight for independence and what it costs…
Ukraine celebrated the Human Rights Day, on December 10, through big actions, events, discussions live and online. Many human rights activists, experts, representatives of CSOs expressed their opinions on this holiday, congratulated colleagues on their social media pages.
To help ATO participants, members of their families and other military personnel solve legal problems, the Chuhuiv human rights group (hereinafter - ChHRG) provides free legal aid to them and support. Human rights activists do not only advise servicemen on the basis of the organization, but also make visits to the units.