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OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine

The OSCE Project Co-ordinator supports Ukraine’s reforms and helps the country meet crisis-related challenges. Its projects actively contribute to major transformations, critical for the stable and democratic future of the country. The Co-ordinator's approach is multi-dimensional and covers a wide array of activities, such as constitutional reform, legal and criminal justice reform; human rights and legal education; dialogue as a tool to deal with crises and implement reforms; psychological and social rehabilitation of crisis-affected people; the fight against cybercrime and human trafficking; mine action and democratic control of the security sector; environmental protection; border security; media freedom; elections; good governance; and gender equality.
“Goodstock” Civic Alliance, a social bakery in Vinnytsia: video
The NGO works with women helping them build-up their self-esteem, appreciate their role and understand their value for their families, communities and society.
Ukraine’s Electronic Register of Voters: Video
The electronic version of the State Voter Register was established in 2009 with the assistance of the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine. This video describes the impact of this help at the systemic level and for hundreds of thousands of individuals.
OSCE helps Ukraine’s judiciary to enhance protection of human rights through better training
OSCE journalism school in Ukraine helps to break down myths and stereotypes
First group of cyber police cadets celebrate graduation in front of the Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs in July 2016. The OSCE Project Co-ordinator helped to develop curriculum and provided training equipment to enable launch of Ukraine’s cyberpolice.  (OSCE/Volodymyr Gontar)
To serve and to protect: The OSCE trains the next generation of Ukraine’s cyber police
The OSCE Project Co-ordinator is helping Ukraine to respond to and confront this security challenge by training and equipping the next generation of cyber police officers.
Anti-domestic violence awareness raising project of the OSCE Project Co-ordinator and EdEra online education platform (in Ukrainian).
Web-based platform developed by OSCE to help Ukraine improve election administration
The course, developed by Project Co-ordinator, is a useful tool for human rights defenders, legal practitioners and general public to get a deeper understanding of the European Convention of Human Rights and functions of the Strasbourg-based Court.
The course aims at equipping educators with everything they need to effectively explain to young people the risks of becoming a victim of traffickers and the safety measures, as well as to assist to the victims of this crime.
Also available in Ukrainian