Local Human Rights Index recommendations fulfilled in Cherkasy Oblast

Is there life after monitoring? 4 months have passed since monitoring within the Local Human Rights Index framework was performed in Bilozirska united territorial community of Cherkasy Oblast. The local community has undergone an impartial evaluation as regards the human rights situation and recommendations on ways to improve it.

Here are the “hot” results. At the end of February, a primary healthcare center was opened in Bilozirya, its premises were renovated and necessary equipment purchased. Opening ceremony footage

We are used to blaming the government. However, sometimes it is better to try and help first. What if it works?

Follow this link to see full texts of the reports as well as infographics concerning Local Human Rights Index monitoring.

Prepared by Andriy Halay and Taras Shcherbatiuk (UHHRU)

Monitoring of the National Human Rights Strategy and Local Human Rights Index implementation was supported within the following UHHRU projects: USAID-backed program “Human Rights in Action”, institutional capacity building project supported by the Swedish Embassy to Ukraine, and “Human Rights Above All” project sponsored by Canada’s Department of Global Affairs. Opinions and interpretations expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent the opinions of the above donor organizations and governments of mentioned states.

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