Our projects

The Human Rights Clinic project was launched on February 1, 2020. Since the founding project has been officially implemented and supported by European Endowment for Democracy (EED) and The Embassy of Canada to Ukraine.

The Clinic provides qualified individual client-tailored legal and psychological support for LGBTIQ+, people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIV), human rights activists, journalists, medical workers whose rights were violated during the COVID-19 pandemic, victims of the domestic violence.

In addition, the Clinic supports freedom of information, independent media resources, and civic society organizations through providing legal protection services.

The Project activities are implemented by highly qualified specialists. The Specialists of the Clinic support capacity building of students and trainees of the Law Faculties of the leading educational institutions, ensuring sustainable foundation of the young professionals driven by the democratic values and human rights.

The national information campaign #ЛікуйДобром is carried out to improve the psychological state of Ukrainian society, concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences.

The key goal of the project is to reduce stigma and discrimination against people who have experienced long-lasting problems after COVID-19 coronavirus infection.

The project is created with the support of the Black Sea Regional Cooperation Trust (BST) and the Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine.

The campaign has already reached over one million people.

The Healthy Communication project is an online course on proper communication between doctor and patient, the purpose of which is to educate healthcare professionals and medical students on basic communication skills with their patients and their families.

The course became available for the public in June 2021 on the Prometheus platform

More than 2’000 people have been actively participating in the course so far, with 300 out of the participants already obtaining the certificates upon the course completion.

The “Шо за FAQ” program is a media project which focuses on the sexual education and the promotion of safe behavioural patterns among young people over the age of 18.

Each issue of the program raises such important topics as protection against sexually transmitted diseases, risk reduction in the practice of chemical sex, as well as other “burning” but important and relevant issues for our time.

The “неКекс” is the first of its kind sex education program containing mini video episodes in order to increase teenagers awareness all around Ukraine.

A large number of middle and high school students, college students and young adults talk about sex, though there are still many people unaware of the proper way to have sex. And one may find it being extremely difficult to ask someone about it: peers have numerous misconceptions, and parents blush from such topics. Therefore, our team takes these questions over!