Who we support

Shelter for Stray Animals

Fund for Animal Protection – HOPE
Location: Sukhum/i, Abkhazia
Year: 2016-2017
The campaign strives to stop the current practice of shooting stray animals (mostly dogs and cats), a practice financed by local governments in cities and villages

Early Marriages

Initiative Group: „The Youth for Social Rights“
Location: Tbilisi, Georgia
Year: 2016-2017
Similar to the campaign of Gal/i organization, it also focuses on the topic of early marriages, this time in selected regions of Georgia (Samtskhe-Javakheti, Imereti, Kakheti and Tbilisi).

Transparency for More Opportunities

Organization: Association Merkuri
Location: Zugdidi, Georgia
Year: 2016-2017
This is a campaign for improved access of vulnerable groups of citizens to information concerning social security services and their benefits.

Transparent Blinds

Organization: Open Borders
Location: Akhalkalaki, Georgia
Year: 2016-2017
The organization Open Borders leads a campaign for more transparent local government in the town of Akhalkalaki in South Georgia.

Your Representative

Initiative group Svidomist (Consciousness)
Web: http://deputat.tira.com.ua/
Location: Belgorod-Dnestrovskiy, Odessa province
Year: 2016
The long-term goal of the initiative group is an increased interest of the citizens of the little Southeast Ukrainian town of Belgorod-Dnestrovskiy in local politics.

Open and Accessible Budget in Belozerka

Initiative: Molodežnyj centr regionalnogo razvitija
Web: http://bilozerka.info/
Location: Belozerka, Kherson Oblast (Regional Development Youth Center)
Year 2016
In the time of systemic adopting anticorruption measures, efforts at making the process of handling public finances more transparent have an irreplaceable role to play in all of Ukraine.

Open Access – for the right to information on the activities of Kremenchuk local government and for publicly accessible property reports by the directors of city-owned companies

Initiative group Deklarator
Location: Kremenchuk, Poltava Oblast
Year: 2016
The campaign requires that the city of Kremenchuk publishes, in accordance with the law, materials to be discussed at the next assembly meeting twenty days prior to the meeting so that the citizens have a possibility to introduce suggestions and objections to the motions that will be voted on.