- Human rights
- Humanitarian aid
- Reforms in Ukraine
- Mukhtar Ablyazov
- Alexandr Pavlov
- Alma Shalabayeva
- Bolat Atabayev
- Election monitoring
- Freedom of speech
- Muratbek Ketebayev
- Nadiya Savchenko
- Nursultan Nazarbayev
- Oleg Sentsov
- Parliamentary elections
- Rafis Kashapov
- Tatyana Paraskevich
- Ukrainian World
- Vadim Kuramshin
- Vladimir Kozlov
- Zaure Akpenbetova
- Zinaida Mukhortova
- Czech Republic
- European Union
- Great Britain
Bartosz Kramek for Puls Biznesu: For Ukraine, Poland is the gate to the EU
Low living standards, war, corruption - these and other factors prompt Ukrainians to leave their country. Those who decided to start a new life in Poland, increasingly frequently consider establishing a business here. Organisations, such as Open Europe Group, offers them support.
Anna Koj for Cronache di Napoli about human rights violations in Crimea and Russia, and about Open Dialog's work on Ukraine
In a recent interview conducted by Domenico Letizia for Cronache di Napoli, an Italian newspaper, Anna Koj, head of the Open Dialog's EU Office, spoke about the Foundation's work in promoting democracy and the rule of law in the post-Soviet states.
Gazeta Wyborcza about the closing of the “Ukrainian World”: “What about the help to Ukrainians?”
“The Ukrainian World, situated at the corner of the Świętokrzyska Street and Nowy Świat in Warsaw, closed its doors after two and a half years of activity. The centre was helping Ukrainians and promoting the Ukrainian culture”, writes Gazeta Wyborcza.
Anna Koj speaks to Il Garantista about the situation in Ukraine and the dialogue between the West and Russia
In an interview for D. Letizia from an Italian newspaper Il Garantista, A. Koj spoke about the active role of the ODF in promoting greater respect for human rights. She also mentioned the need for a stronger response of the West, the role of Putin's propaganda and its influence on Italian media.
"This place is teeming with Ukrainian life’. Newsweek on immigrants and volunteers at ‘Ukrainian World’
- Sometimes they come with a bundle containing all their belongings, sometimes they arrive in good cars, with cash – that’s how Mateusz Kramek from the Open Dialog Foundation describes newcomers addressing ‘Ukrainian World’, in an interview with a Newsweek journalist.
Do Rzeczy weekly on the use of Interpol by authoritarian regimes
The efforts of the Open Dialog Foundation which, in its activities, opposes the use of Interpol by authoritarian countries, standing up in the defence of political refugees and pleading for a reform of Interpol, have not gone unnoticed by Do Rzeczy.