The Ukraine Voices project supports Ukrainian journalists reporting on the Russian invasion of their country.
Years active: 2022-present
IWPR’s Ukraine Voices programming has been supported by a number of valuable donors, including the UK's Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office (FCDO), the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Rockefeller Foundation.
Views expressed in publications supported under Ukraine Voices are those of the author(s).
Victim was beaten in an attempt to force him to collaborate with the occupation authorities.
Germany is at the forefront of prosecuting war crimes under the principle; the hope is that more countries will follow.
Seven villagers were taken to a graveyard where they were beaten and subjected to mock executions.
Innovative technology could be of huge benefit given unprecedented amount of data documenting alleged violations.
Current body of law cannot cope with the scope or scale of offences being committed.
Ukraine: One Year On
IWPR looks at the impact of the full-scale invasion on ordinary Ukrainians.
Since February 24, 2022 Ukraine has withstood bombing, siege and unbearable atrocities. Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has brought the worst destruction Europe has seen since WWII.
But the Russian missiles have not shattered Ukrainians’ resilience.