EU supports formation of cinema clubs network in Ukraine

In order to give access to good movies to as many people as possible, in 2017, the Arthouse Traffic company established the “Kinoklub” project. A grant from the EU programme “Culture Bridges” helped to create a website with a catalogue where anyone can get a film for a non-commercial screening for free. Read more

EU provides grants for development of unique Tustan Reserve in Carpathians

In 1971, architect and archaeologist Mykhailo Rozhko discovered a Kyivan Rus-time fortress — Tustan, near the Boykos village of Urych in Lviv region. After the death of Mykhailo, his son Vasyl founded a reserve and headed the museum of the fortress. Read his story about the history of Tustan and how 11 artists from Ukraine, Belarus, Poland and Russia in the summer of 2018 created 12 interesting art objects there using a grant from the EU Creative Europe programme. Read more

The EU helps to protect electoral rights of Ukrainians

Ukraine has the framework exercising parliamentary control over the observance of human rights, which is the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights. An “ombudsman” in accordance with the European terminology. They cooperate with him on the issues of observing the rights of persons at places of confinement, discrimination, protection of the rights of children, women, etc. However, the ombudsman does not have a structure that would deal with the electoral rights of citizens for now. Read more