Foundation’s activity: Our core goals are protecting human rights, democracy and the rule of law in the Post-Soviet region. Particular attention is paid to the biggest countries of the region: Kazakhstan, Russia and Ukraine. Take a look at what has already been done.

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Open Dialogue Foundation

Rond-point Schuman 6/5, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
[email protected]

Entreprise number / Tax ID: BE0707619354

Share capital: 170 000 PLN


Contact for media

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How can you help?

Since Russian President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, ODF has been one of the leading NGOs supporting refugees arriving in Poland and the only one to provide Ukraine’s defenders with essential defence and military equipment such as bulletproof vests and helmets. You can follow the progress of our humanitarian assistance at: zrzutka.pl/pomocukrainie

Since its founding in 2009, ODF defends human rights, democracy and the rule of law, focusing on the post-Soviets. We expose ourselves to many authoritarian and hybrid regimes, which conduct propaganda and disinformation campaigns targeting us and our work. Do you wish to form your own opinion? These are some of the statistics on our foundation:

180+
reports

has been written and passed to EU institutions, the UN, the Council of Europe, the OSCE and others

280+
opinions

helped with taking into account specific cases of malpractices and holding those responsible to account

140+
meetings

were held on international forum to support Moldavia in their path to democracy

42+
tons

of humanitarian aid has been send to Ukraine

100+ political prisoners

has been released as a result of our work in Kazakhstan

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Open Dialogue Foundation

Rond-point Schuman 6/5, 1040 Brussels, Belgium
[email protected]

Entreprise number / Tax ID: BE0707619354

Share capital: 170 000 PLN


Contact for media

[email protected]


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Since 2017 we focus on monitoring the compliance with citizen rights and the rule of law principles in Poland. We publicise cases of abuse of power on the international level, as well as efficiently seek for harder treatment for a more and more authoritarian Law and Justice government.