The Ukraine Voices project supports Ukrainian journalists reporting on the Russian invasion of their country.
Years active: 2022-present
IWPR's Ukraine Voices programme is supported by the UK's Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office (FCDO). Views expressed in publications supported under Ukraine Voices are those of the author(s) and may not coincide with the official position of the UK government.
With thanks for early support from the Rockefeller Foundation.
Ukraine: Prosecuting the Crime of Genocide
“Russia's goal is the destruction of the national group of Ukrainians.”
Ukraine: Shot in the Back
Victims suffered at least 12 gunshot wounds and died at the scene.
Tuesday, 28 March ‘23
This week’s overview of key events and links to essential reading.
From Mariupol to Tallin via Russia: a Family’s Journey
A year ago, the Mykhailenkos endured shelling,interrogation and fear to escape Russian occupation.
Ukrainian Journalists Connect at IWPR Event
Workshop provides opportunity to network and share expertise away from the frontline.
Over the last year, the National Rehabilitation Centre has become Ukraine's prosthetics hub.
Does Ukraine Need a New Tribunal or a Stronger ICC?
Legal experts note that the task ahead is on a monumental scale, with the Hague-based body already in a sensitive position.
Ukraine: Covering My Own Kidnapping
A year after his detention, a Ukrainian journalist sees those who ordered his abuse face trial.
Ukraine: From Traffic Accidents to War Crimes
How regional police department had to pivot to deal with influx of with some 10,000 cases.