Together with our partners in Sakartvelo, we are launching our new project aimed at highlighting the role of human rights defenders as part of the process towards European integration for both Sakartvelo and Ukraine.Read more
The “Helping those who help” program continues, and on July 4 and 5, 2023, an online training was held: “The norm of life in prolonged stress”, for specialists who provide legal aid.
On July 1st and 2nd, 2023, Human Rights Vector held a training program in Kyiv for psychological professionals working with people affected by war in Ukraine: “PTSD and life in prolonged stress”.Read more
Human Rights Vector NGO invites you to participate in the latest training program of “Helping those who help” for specialists who provide legal assistance to victims of Russia’s war against Ukraine.Read more
Online training, “What Is ‘Normal’ In Extreme And Rapidly-Changing Conditions”, for specialists providing psychological and psychosocial assistance in the program “Helping those who help”
On June 2nd-3rd, 2023, we held an online training: “What Is ‘Normal’ In Extreme And Rapidly-Changing Conditions”. Our ultimate goal for the future is to better help other people who have experienced the traumatic events of the war.Read more
The long period of war, especially the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine, caused catastrophic consequences in many areas. One of them, which affects and will affect the recovery of the country, is the psychological and mental health of people.Read more
Directory of psychological and legal aid providers assisting survivors of the Russian Federation’s war against Ukraine
Human Rights Vector conducted a survey of initiatives that have been providing psychological and legal assistance to war victims during the Russian war against Ukraine. This publication presents the results of this survey and an overview of these initiatives.Read more
Since its inception, the NGO Human Rights Vector has been working to ensure the right to a fair trial in Ukraine’s judicial system. This includes the right to open hearings, establishment of dialogue between the judiciary and the community, as well as the development of court communications procedures. We are also working to increase the capacity of courts and media in covering legal proceedings related to the Russian aggression against Ukraine. Since the start of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, thousands of new crimes have been registered, which are being or will be processed in the courts. The number of crimes is only growing, as is the importance of communications.Read more
Providing Online Psychological and Legal Aid During the First Year of the FullScale Invasion of the Russian Federation to Ukraine. Brief Overview of the Needs and Challenges Faced by Psychological and Legal Aid Providers. Part 1/ Rybak V. — Kyiv: the Human Rights Vector NGO, 2023. — page 33.Read more
Reflections on the year; the conference "Psychological and legal assistance for war victims: A year of experience following the full-scale invasion by the Russian Federation into Ukraine and modern challenges"
In a year full of loss, every win, big or small, was incredibly important. Over the weekend of February 17th-18th, Human Rights Vector held a 2-day online conference on psychological and legal assistance for war victims, bringing together a group of NGOs from many countries to reflect on the past year working in the context of the full-scale russian invasion of Ukraine.Read more