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.
Putin Warrant Marks a Milestone
There can be no sustainable peace without a definitive confirmation of right and wrong.
Crimean Tatars: a Life on the Move
A café on wheels in Uzhhorod encapsulates a story of deportation and resilience.
Prosecuting Sexual Violence in Ukraine
“Every mistake can be fatal for the human psyche.”
Ukraine: “You Can't Imagine the Horror”
Tens of thousands of civilians have been taken hostage by Russian forces, but investigations into these potential war crimes are progressing slowly.
Chechen Officer Held 500 Civilians “as Human Shields”
Hostages included people with severe chronic and mental illnesses.
Aggression Tribunal Given Fresh Impetus
High-level summit lays foundation for grouping to investigate Putin and senior Russian leaders.
Tuesday, 14 March ‘23
This week’s overview of key events and links to essential reading.
Ukraine: The Battle for Soledar’s Salt Mines
Russians took control of the symbolic town with commercial as well as strategic purposes in mind.
Ukraine's Path to Europe Depends on Trade
Kyiv will have to wait for significant breakthroughs in its journey to accession.