Anksčiau, prieš prasidedant karui, mes ginėme moterų teises bei kovojome su smurtu nukreiptu prieš moteris ir vaikus Ukrainoje. Dabar, prasidėjus karui, mes teikiame tikslinę pagalbą moterims iš pažeidžiamiausių socialinių grupių, įskaitant moteris su mažais vaikais, daugiavaikės moteris, vyresnio amžiaus moteris, moteris su negalia bei LBGTQ bendruomenės atstoves.
Before the war, we worked to protect women's rights and fight violence against women and children in Ukraine. Now, in the context of war, we provide targeted assistance to women from vulnerable groups, including women with young children, women with multiple children, elderly women, women with disabilities, and LGBTQ women.
“Паспалiтае Рушэньне” is an independent organization that consists of Belarusian volunteers as well as foreign representatives who strive for the liberation of Belarus and Ukraine from Russian occupation and the Lukashenko regime, the establishment of democracy, the restoration of the rule of law, the preservation of independence, territorial integrity, national and cultural revival of the nation and the state.
The team of the project, which created the courses of the Belarusian language “Mova Dzetkam” — needs support for further development. Funds are needed to develop methodological materials and hold classes.
March 8 is a celebration of equal rights and opportunities. You can thank women and give them a gift of any amount of money proposed.
Providing offline security for KPD activists in Belarus — servers, organizing relocation and shelter, anonymous SIM cards and smartphones, and other expenses for the first stages of action. The next stage is the launch of a new project.
“Through Our Eyes” is a one-person YouTube podcast about “controversial” events created by a team of volunteers. Our goal is to make real stories accessible to a wide audience.
We raise money for the existence of a house in Warsaw for former political prisoners. The house has been in existence for almost one year, and during that time it has helped rehabilitate dozens of people. Originally the “House of Creators” was a residence for Belarusian artists who had lost their jobs and opportunities for realization.