In 2022, the whole world united around Ukraine to support its fight against Russian aggression in the name of Peace.
However, the Russian war crimes are still taking place in Ukraine every day and the impunity of those crimes leads to even more crimes.
But you can stand with us to ensure Justice.
By supporting security guarantees for Ukraine.
By supporting accountability for war crimes.
These big things can be achieved with small steps.
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According to the Ukrainian National Information Bureau, between February 2022 - August 2023...
According to the National Information Bureau of Ukraine, some 20 thousand civilians went missing as a result of the Russian war in Ukraine.
Relatives and friends of over 1,000 civilians who were or are being forcibly held by Russia have reached out to the Center for Civil Liberties.
The Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine is investigating more than 3,000 crimes against children related to Russian aggression.
The beginning of the full-scale Russian aggression in Ukraine in February 2022 has clearly demonstrated that now we are living in a situation where the law doesn’t work.
Russian troops are daily breaking all international rules: they are destroying residential buildings, schools, churches, hospitals and museums. They are shooting at the evacuation corridors. They are torturing people in filtration camps. They forcibly take Ukrainian children to Russia. They ban Ukrainian language and culture. They are abducting, raping, robbing and killing on the occupied territories.see more