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Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association (GYLA) is a Tbilisi-based voluntary professional union of lawyers that seeks to safeguard the rule of law and human rights protections. GYLA provides free legal consultations and represents individuals before the…
Memorial was EHRAC’s first partner organisation. It is one of the leading human rights NGOs in Russia. It was established in 1991 and has 58 branches across the country. EHRAC has worked with lawyers in their…
PINK Armenia is a community based LGBTIQ+ organisation based in Yerevan. It was established to serve and support the needs of Armenia’s LGBTIQ+ community, to promote human rights protections for LGBTIQ+ people, and advocate for…
The Human Rights Education and Monitoring Center (EMC) is a Tbilisi-based organisation working on human rights causes and aiming to support the creation of a free and equal society based on solidarity. To enact social…
The Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union (UHHRU), founded in 2004, is the largest association of human rights organisations in Ukraine, which brings together 29 human rights NGOs with the purpose of protecting human rights. UHHRU…
The Ukrainian Legal Advisory Group (ULAG) is a team of analysts and lawyers. ULAG monitors both the national and international political and legal landscape, analyses how these landscapes affect the state of play in Ukraine…
Union Sapari was founded in 2001 as a centre for the rehabilitation of victims of domestic violence. The following year, Sapari opened the first shelter for victims, providing medical and psychological assistance. Sapari’s activities also…
Women’s Initiatives Supporting Group (WISG) is a feminist organisation which works on women’s issues. WISG was founded by 8 women from different professions in 2000. The main goal of the organisation is to support the…