Invisible Voters campaign
We invite you to join the INVISIBLE VOTERS campaign that will take place on 19 March 2018 at 10:30 near the Verkhovna Rada committees (18/2 Hrushevskoho St.) in support of the draft law 6240 regarding voting rights of internally displaced persons and other mobile citizens within the state, which people’s deputies have been putting off for a year now.
The Invisible Voters campaign is the final stage of the “#12 Days is Enough” flash mob, which tells about people that have been forced to leave their homes as a result of Russia’s armed aggression. These people are now building their livelihood and lives in other places, influencing the life of local communities. They are educators, entrepreneurs, soldiers, ATO veterans, journalists, volunteers, public activists, human rights defenders, deputies, religious figures – representatives of various professions and groups of citizens who are nevertheless unable to fully exercise their right to vote during local elections and in single-member constituencies during parliamentary elections.
We call on all sympathetic citizens and organizations to support our initiative!
The campaign has already been joined by:
Civil Network OPORA, Donbas SOS, Crimea SOS, Vostok SOS, UHHRU, Right to Protection, charitable foundation in support of the Donbas Battalion and Human Rights Information Center
The initiative is taking place within the framework of the project “Strengthening Legislative and Election Processes by Enhancing Public Participation and Providing Technical Assistance”, which is being implemented by the International Foundation for Election Systems (IFES) with the support of the Government of the United Kingdom. This is part of ongoing joint efforts aimed at strengthening democratic progress in Ukraine, supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Department of Global Affairs of Canada and Government of the United Kingdom.
If you find an error on our site, please select the incorrect text and press ctrl-enter.