The hidden front of Ukrainian educators during the war
Teachers are behind tens of thousands of stories, most of them are women. They have to solve issues around children’s safety on their own and remain the only link with Ukrainian education for many schoolchildren scattered around the world... Learn more
Statement on Ukraine by Sima Bahous, UN Under-Secretary-General and UN Women Executive Director 
We pay tribute to the exceptional dignity, resilience, leadership and courage of Ukrainian women and girls who continue to pay an enormous price for this severe violation of international human rights... Learn more
Creating safe spaces for women in Ukraine
Since the launch of the russian federation full-scale invasion on 24 February, 2022, over 2,000 women have been confirmed dead in attacks that have wrecked... Learn more
Anastasia Perepylytsia: “I am happy that my experience has become an asset for other people in need.”

In 2014, she had a stable job in finance and lived a normal life together with her husband and two children in Donetsk...

In the words of Lyubov Maksymovych: “Life goes on, even in a temporary home”
Lyubov Maksymovych: “Life goes on, even in a temporary home”

We’re focused on combating discrimination and violence in the family, combating human trafficking, advocating for the implementation of gender policies and promoting women’s meaningful participation..

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Anna Zavertaylo: “I had to come to terms with the idea that I could lose everything…”

In the first days following Ukraine’s full-scale invasion by Russia in February 2022, everyone was impressed by the unity of Ukrainian men and women. Many companies have resumed commercial activities and continue to volunteer support.