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Report 2018

The Foundation continued its previous efforts to support Polish–Ukrainian dialogue. In the reporting year, the Foundation defended harassed social activists subjected to harassment and opposed abuses of power in their broader sense.

Activities continued within the international campaign #LetMyPeopleGo initiated by the Centre for Civil Liberties/Euromaidan SOS and supported by the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Group, Euromaidan Press, People in Need, Euromaidan Warsaw, and the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Through cooperation with the Italian Federation for Human Rights (FIDU) and Ukrainian NGOs, the mechanism for monitoring the situation in Kazakhstan was re-established after a several-year-long break in the participation of foreign human rights defenders.

During the year under review, the Foundation continued its activities in the international arena to defend the rule of law, in particular, the independence of the judiciary and judges, and the defence of civic activists harassed by the Polish authorities.