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22 February 2018

Community based mental health support services: do not exist in Ukraine

Recently Ukraine first appeared on the European map, which outlines the location of community based mental health support services within the framework of the study of the situation with psychiatric care in Europe. Ukraine is shown on the map with an explanation: “These services do not exist”.

23 October 2017

On the Healthcare Reform

The adoption of the above laws is also important in regard to the long-lasting efforts of the Foundation and its program “Public Health” aimed to support initiatives and projects whose output was taken into account during the preparation of these draft laws. At the same time, the adopted law is based on meticulous expert work assisted by the Foundation following the initiative of George Soros.

17 October 2017

Experts from All Over Eurasia Come Together to Ivano-Frankivsk to Discuss Best Practices in Palliative Care

On October 17–18, the international conference “Palliative Care Practices in the Eurasian Region. Experience Exchange” is hosted in Ivano-Frankivsk. The event is attended by representatives of the World Health Organization, Healthcare Ministry of Ukraine, Europe and Central Asia department of “Human Rights Watch”, Open Society Foundation as well as experts in palliative care from 9 countries.

11 April 2016

The “right to utmost truth disease” contradicts open society

The investigation, performed by journalists of the “Slidstvo.Info” program of the Hromadske.TV in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP) has disclosed an obvious fact of the existence of an off-shore company whose beneficiary is the President of Ukraine. This fact should receive its just appraisal.

17 September 2015

Irma Vitovska presents a charity art project “Oscar and the Lady in Pink”

For the first time in Ukraine actress Irma Vitovska, the band “Ocean Elzy”, stage director Rostyslav Derzhypilsky, artist Andriy Yarmolenko, choreographer Olga Semyoshkina unite their efforts to work on charity theater project “OscarandtheLadyinPink” based on the novel by a world famous classic of the contemporary world literature Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt.

01 December 2014

The struggle for palliative care as a human right in Ukraine

Continuing the series on legal aspects of palliative care, Kseniya Shapoval, International Palliative Care Initiative Coordinator, Public Health Program of the International Renaissance Foundation, Ukraine, writes about the advocacy involved in dealing with palliative care as a human right in Ukraine.

06 November 2014

Ensuring access to medical care

Lawyers and representatives of HIV/AIDS organizations gathered to identify key messages pertaining to the right to medical care for people that require constant care and access to medication.

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