On September 2 activists launched the website on which Ukrainians will be able to verify income and assets of officials and report on what they are hiding.
On October 13 in Kharkiv the Chairman of Chuhuiv human rights group, the Deputy of the Chuhuiv City Council, lawyer Roman Likhachev was beaten. The victim explained the attack with the anti-corruption activities, told about the police inaction and threats against his life. Human rights activists responded to the incident.
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.
Best practices of the use of state open data in combination with digital technologies and activity of citizens were discussed on August 26 at the First Regional Open Data Forum in Kherson.
Chernihiv local recruitment office together with public activists has launched a hot line for victims of corruption during mobilization.