You pay taxes, make donations, charity contributions on medicine, culture, education and infrastructure development. Then you have the right to control the transparency of the use of specific funds.
On September 29 the commemoration event on the 75th anniversary of the mass executions in Babi Yar will be held in the Kherson regional youth center. The organizers Roma public activists invite all not indifferent citizenry to commemorate the victims of Nazism.
Now there is quite a lively debate on interaction between the population and the police as a factor of crime prevention in society. The National Police of Ukraine even presented the Community Policing project on improving the communication process between the police and educational institutions.
In Kherson the judge issued an unprecedented decision: allowed the police to inspect and seize documents in Kherson Regional Center for free secondary legal aid. This happened despite the fact that the lawyer Maryna Yeliseeva is working here, as evidenced by the data in the Unified Register of Advocates of Ukraine
172 volunteers from Kherson, Mykolaiv, Zaporizhzhya, Odesa, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Lviv regions and Kyiv adopted a resolution. They demand legislation improvement and creation of mechanism of realization of adopted laws, which regulate the activities of charity organizations and volunteers in Ukraine.
Kherson Community Law Center provides legal aid to IDPs from Crimea. Indeed, Kherson region borders Crimea peninsula and a lot of IDPs flee to Ukraine via Kherson. They all need specific kind of legal aid.
The Center of International public Roma organization “Ketane” provides free legal consultations to Roma. Such projects are very important for Roma community because this is often the last hope for socially vulnerable Roma.
Three guys from Kherson are now in the heat of the war in Donetsk region. They received proper training, learned how to attack the enemy and how to defend civilians. However, at the end of the training, a disappointment awaited for them. Indeed, the government did not have enough funds to provide them with basic protection: they received neither bulletproof vests nor helmets.
Kherson region hosts internally displaced persons from ATO (anti-terrorist operation) zone and from Crimea. More than 700 IDP are already in Kherson. 267 of them are minors. Local people are helping how they can.