Time flies inexorably forward and throws new challenges at us. And we have to rise up to meet them.
Fundraising to support independent journalists and media in Belarus who have suffered from repression. We pay scholarships and grants, support editorial staff. Journalism is not a crime!
Hi. My name is Sasha Zvereva. For a year now, I've been a part of a very cool project with dozens of volunteers working on it.
One of the largest and most important channels of Belarus' protest needs your support!
Since August, our lawyers and attorneys have been helping illegally dismissed workers, giving them legal advice and accompanying them through the courts. The levy is needed financial aid so that we can continue to do this
ByProsvet helps cover the administrative and financial costs of the largest samizdat newspapers.
The Belarussian revolution has a woman's face in many ways
Support the work of the team of Maya Krajina Belarus, Moustache Lukashenko and Elekhtarat Telegram Channel Network in creating YouTube content!
For 5 months already Zubr team and Malanka Media (news service from the creators of online monitoring system of election process 2020) together with us are following the events in Belarus, trying to cover all important news, events and opinions of public figures in fast form of live broadcasts.
Medics are special heroes. In Belarus, they fight COVID-19 without state support and actively oppose arbitrariness and violence. We support their rights, an independent union, the laid-off and their families.
Belarusian expats from Seattle and the UK support workers of Naftan who joined the national strike in Belarus.
The Belarusians of California united to support grass-roots courtyard initiatives. Together we defend rights and freedom, legality and independence.
For their protest against beatings, murders and lawlessness, the athletes paid with careers that they had built all their lives. It is our duty to support them.
Support the families of the dismissed and convicted employees of the Belarussian Metallurgical Plant
Support the families of dismissed and politically imprisoned employees of the Belarusian Metallurgical Plant (BMZ).
“Freedom cards” is a project of Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s office of volunteers on creation of cards with drawings from political prisoners’ letters. Collected funds will go to the support of the “Letters in grid” initiative.
Purchase and registration of the protest car.
Purchase of hygiene products.
Food, hygiene products, household items, dishes, toys, vitamins, clothing.
The story of a family living under Lukashenko's dictatorship, which began with the events at Nemiga.
Belarusians in Portland united in support of the BelAZ workers, who are fighting for democracy and justice in the country and have faced reprisals for their demands.