Libereco – Partnership for Human Rights

We are an independent German-Swiss non-governmental organisation dedicated to the protection of human rights in Belarus and Ukraine.

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Donation projects for Ukraine: How Libereco has helped so far

The war in Ukraine is keeping us busy almost around the clock. We are experiencing unprecedented solidarity and support for our humanitarian aid. With numerous donations comes a lot of responsibility. Here we therefore continuously show which projects we have already been implemented with your help.

Laptop donation campaign for Ukrainian schools

Over six million people are currently living in Ukraine as internally displaced persons. This is a major challenge, especially for children: Many children can only attend school online, as the schools in western Ukraine cannot accommodate all the internally displaced schoolchildren. Libereco therefore launches a laptop donation campaign in Switzerland and Germany.

Congratulate political prisoners on their birthday!

Political prisoners in Belarus unfortunately have to spend their birthday in prison. We therefore call to write a postcard to all political prisoners who celebrate their birthday in October or November.

Members of Parliament from Germany and the Netherlands adopt political prisoners Stanislau Filimonau, Illia Turkou und Siarhei Hardziyevich

As part of Libereco’s solidarity campaign #WeStandBYyou, Stephanie Aeffner (German Bundestag, Alliance 90/The Greens), Andreas Mehltretter (German Bundestag, Social Democratic Party) and Thijs Reuten (European Parliament, Labour Party) have taken on a godparenthood for political prisoners in Belarus.

Members of Parliament from Poland and Germany adopt political prisoners Danila Hancharou, Artsiom Parkhamovich and Andrei Paheryla

As part of Libereco’s solidarity campaign #WeStandBYyou, the two deputies for the social democratic party Lewica Razem in the Polish Sejm Daria Gosek-Popiołek and Paulina Matysiak as well as Helge Limburg, member of the German Bundestag (Alliance 90/The Greens), have taken on a godparenthood for political prisoners in Belarus.

Online Discussion on September 8: How narratives of the Kremlin shape German-language Media

“People’s republics”? “Separatists”? “Ukraine war”? Many terms and phrases are part of the fixed vocabulary in reporting on Ukraine – and not just since February 24. But it is complicated: What supposedly sounds neutral and unambiguous does often roots from Russian propaganda, as a panel discussion (in German) co-organized by Libereco on September 8 will show.


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