General Purposes Project funded by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Duration: January 1, 2017 – December 31, 2018
Brief outline: The main objective is to strengthen and develop the human rights network and favourable environment for human rights activities in Ukraine. The main beneficiaries are both individuals and groups whose rights and liberties have been violated, especially members of such vulnerable groups as prisoners, ethnic/religious and other minorities, women, minors, senior citizens, people with disabilities, conscripts, etc. Special attention is given to survivors of torture and conflict-affected population in eastern Ukraine, as well as victims of human rights abuses in the occupied Crimea.
In the framework of the project, UHHRU operates in the following areas of human rights protection:
· Ongoing monitoring of human rights observance in Ukraine and analytical work;
· Human rights advocacy and informing public about human rights abuses;
· Human rights education and awareness raising;
· Legal consultation for persons in cases of human rights and freedoms violations;
· Strategic human rights litigation;
· Strengthening capacity of UHHRU’s network.
For additional information about the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation programs please visit https://www.mott.org/
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