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Campaign against Illegal Wood Cutting

Initiative: “Centre for Investigative Journalism”
Place: Mykolaiv, Mykolaiv Oblast
Year: 2017
Web: http://nikcenter.org/

The campaign led by investigative journalists and local ecological initiatives responds to a discovery of highly controversial wood cutting which takes place on the territory of the town of Mykolaiv with consent of local officials and politicians.

Right to Housing for Children Leaving Orphanages

Initiative: “Alliance for Protection of Children´s Rights”
Place: Odessa, Odessa Oblast
Year: 2017

The platform of social NGOs from the Odessa Oblast that work with children from local orphanages launched a campaign. It aims at full implementation of a programme which would guarantee housing to adolescents leaving the orphanage.

Establishment of Shelter for Victims of Domestic Violence

Initiative: “League of Social Workers of Ukraine”
Place: Kherson, Kherson Oblast
Year: 2017
Web: http://liga-kherson.blogspot.cz/
The campaign of the social organisation reflects the sad fact that despite the high number of domestic-violence victims in the Kherson Oblast and legislation currently in force, the local government bodies do not provide a shelter house where the victims could physically hide from the aggressor.

Transparent Financial Management of Municipal Enterprises

Initiative: “Open Access”
Place: Kremenchuk, Poltava Oblast
Year: 2017
Web: http://www.telegraf.in.ua/plots/open-access/
The campaign´s goal is to make the municipal enterprises publish their financial management in a form of open data which is a legal obligation in Ukraine.

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).