Our stand: The crisis in Ukraine
Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, together with our international affiliates, strongly condemns Russia’s unprovoked invasion and bombardment of Ukraine, resulting in growing numbers of human casualties and a burgeoning humanitarian crisis. For the latest from our thought leaders and partners, as well as ways you can help, see below.
Sancia Dalley — Investing in war can never be socially responsible
Jeffrey M. Siminoff — Is it possible to ensure Workplace Dignity among journalists in a war zone?
Ukrainian children fighting cancer airlifted to treatment center in Greece through initiative of Ripple of Hope Laureate Vardinoyannis
U.S. sanctions must avoid harming the free flow of information in Russia
RFK Human Rights Italian affiliate hosts Ukrainian refugees at headquarters
As Ukrainians fight for freedom, democracy, former leaders of Georgia, Ukraine weigh in on crisis at STTP event
Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights condemns invasion and bombardment of Ukraine, urges action
Ways to directly help victims of the crisis in Ukraine
Click here for information on how to support humanitarian efforts to aid conflict-affected persons.Learn More
Ways to support human rights defenders and journalists in the context of the Ukraine crisis
Click here for information on NGOs and funds to support on-the-ground journalists in Ukraine.Learn More
Kerry Kennedy — Kerry Kennedy and Kateryna Yushchenko: An appeal to Ukrainian Americans: Speak truth to power
With "a different kind of warfare" on the rise, young people can prepare by embracing technology and education
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