Confronting Violence in Ukraine
Freedom House seeks to improve Ukraine’s response to hate-motivated violence and ultimately to decrease its incidence.
United to Confront Hate-Motivated Violence in Ukraine
Freedom House seeks to improve Ukraine’s response to hate-motivated violence and ultimately to decrease its incidence. Freedom House and its partners work to unite a wide array of communities targeted with hate-motivated violence and convene a broad coalition of civil society groups to monitor, document, and analyze violent incidents and dynamics in Ukraine. By connecting broad and inclusive networks with high-quality documentation and analysis, FH and partners are establishing an authoritative record of hate-motivated violence and its perpetrators for use by policymakers, the public, and the media. Freedom House and partners also support the systematic engagement of civil society and government stakeholders to identify, develop, and adopt concrete policies to address hate-motivated violence.
Public Reports and Analysis
Freedom House, in partnership with independent experts, operates Reportingradicalism.org, a platform providing high-quality reporting and analysis on the groups and individuals connected to hate-motivated violence and hateful ideologies in Ukraine.
In addition, Freedom House and partners publish an annual report and a quarterly Hate Monitor detailing the results of our monitoring and documentation of hate-motivated violence. Its methodology is viewable here.
- October-December 2022 (English, Ukrainian)
- July-September 2022 (English, Ukrainian)
- April–June 2022 (English, Ukrainian)
- January–March 2022 (English, Ukrainian)
- Annual Report 2021 (English, Ukrainian)
- October–December 2021 (English, Ukrainian)
- July–September 2021 (English, Ukrainian)
- 2020 Annual Report (English, Ukrainian)
- April–June 2021 (English, Ukrainian)
- January 2021–March 2021 (English, Ukrainian)
- October 2020–December 2020 (English, Ukrainian)
- July–September 2020 (English, Ukrainian)
Civic Oversight in Ukraine
Freedom House supports Ukrainian civil society in providing effective public oversight of the activities of the Ukrainian government law-enforcement and security services.
Ukraine: Human Rights in Pandemic
During the height of the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus, Freedom House is working to document and address human rights abuses connected to government responses to the pandemic. (Completed: July 2021)
Ukraine: Expanding Allies for LGBT+ Rights
From 2016-2021, Freedom House worked to improve respect for the human rights of LGBT+ people in Ukraine by strengthening and growing broad-based civil society and allies’ engagement. (Completed: October 2021)