Attention! In case of an air alert, visitors of the event can use the shelter located in the basement of the Ukrainian House ( Ukraine Crisis Media Center Ukrainian House, 1st floor. 2 Khreshchatyk street, Kyiv 01001 )
At the Press Conference we will discuss:
● What is the idea of the analytical research “Gender Dimension of War” and where will the research be posted??
● how to take into account the gender component of the impact of war on people?
● gender-sensitive services and approaches in working with people affected by war;
● how to ensure justice by protecting survivors of sexual violence?
● If reparations is only about money (payments) for survivors? What can be done to help victims feel that justice has been restored?
All accredited media representatives will be able to participate offline or online. You can become accredited by following the link: https://forms.gle/wwNJaxjkMGmW4RzT8
Details about the research
During the first year of the russia’s war against Ukraine, the Analytical Center JurFem collected information on various violations of the rights of civilians. Later, a group of experts analyzed these violations through a gender lens and tried to find ways to protect the rights of war victims. The analytical research “Gender Dimensions of War” contains 10 expert articles that reveal gender aspects in various areas in which war crimes and violations by the russian federation were recorded: deportations, destruction of infrastructure, sexual violence, as well as opportunities to restore justice for the survivors.
Based on the findings of the research, the experts proposed recommendations regarding the identification and investigation of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and the crime of genocide committed by the russian federation in Ukraine. The proposed recommendations will form the basis of the further work of both public organizations and authorities, including law enforcement agencies.
Information partner: Radio Kultura.
The event was made possible by the support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under Justice for All Activity. The results of the conference constitute the conclusions and opinions of the research team and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Agency for International
Development or the United States Government.
Languages: Ukrainian, English