THE MAIN GOALS OF NGO "INFORMATION SECURITY":
- Development of independent and pluralistic media in Ukraine;
- Improving the standards of journalists activities;
- Improving the legal framework that regulates relations in media;
- Development of new media;
- Settlement of effective interaction between media, civil society organizations and authorities;
- Support for the European integration process;
- Development of democracy and the foundations of civil society.
NGO "Information Security" works at the Ukrainian market since 2015.
NGO LINES OF ACTIVITY:
- Collection and analysis of information on European integration of socio-political events in the world, Europe and Ukraine;
- Dissemination of information in Ukraine and in the world with the assistance of experts, media, civil servants;
- Attracting an international attention to the socio-political problems in Ukraine and the exchange of experiences on relevant issues with representatives of NGO throughout the world;
- Creation of mechanisms for cooperation with Ukrainian and international organizations towards the exchange and dissemination of information;
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Project "Invisible Battalion" – our joint project with Ukrainian Women's Fund. It was launched by us in 2015, and then from the calendar and TV individual programs of Channel 5 in 2016, has already expanded to the documentary "Invisible Battalion" in 2017.
From the outset, the goal of the project was to reduce gender discrimination - to inform the public about the role of women in modern society, in particular in resolving military conflicts on a par with men, to promote the integration of women into armed forces. Photos and quotes from women interviews formed the basis of “Invisible Battalion” calendar. It was the calendar with photos of women-soldiers and their quotes that showed the Ukrainians “invisible battalion”, made it visible and drew attention to women-soldiers and to the problem of gender inequality. As a result, 3000 copies of such calendars were printed and distributed to officials in the ATO area and representatives of the Ukrainian and foreign media. Now this project has expanded to the documentary “The Invisible Battalion”, and as a result, MOU, after our joint campaign, changed the rules for registration of women to the military specialties and opened near 100 positions for them
There is growing suspicion that broadcaster is part of Vladimir Putin’s propaganda wars
Sputnik, established by a news agency that is owned by the Russian government, opened its UK bureau near Bute House in Edinburgh two years ago.
Russians who live in Scotland and engage in “information warfare” to destabilise Britain should face having their assets seized, according to a leading MSP.
A platform has been created at American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine (ACC) to protect the legal neoliargic mediа-business.
The Chamber’s brand new Working Group on Media & Communications held its kick-off meeting with focus on priorities for 2019 and action plan. Thank you to all participants for their active discussion and engagement. Looking forward to tangible results.
The British Cabinet refused to use the term "fake news" and decided to replace it with the word "disinformation"
This is stated in the government's response to the report of the Parliament on the threat of "fake news".
Presentation of the Methodology of monitoring physical attacks on journalists and media workers (Index of Physical Security of Journalists of Ukraine) 25.04.2018
On the 25th of April, at the Round Table, the Methodology of monitoring physical attacks on journalists and media workers (Index of Physical Security of Journalists of Ukraine) was presented.
Monitoring is carried out by the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine (a member of the International and European Journalists' Federation) in partnership with Ukrainian nongovernmental organizations NGO "Information Security", Academy of the Ukrainian Press, Institute of regional press development, NGO "Human Rights Platform" that implement projects aimed at protecting freedom of speech.
“How Many More People must die” memorial opened on 10 February 2018 by non-governmental organizations to mark the anniversary of Kramatorsk shelling.
On 10.02.2018, non-governmental organizations, operating in Eastern Ukraine, unveiled “How many More People must die” memorial upon the anniversary of Kramatorsk shelling.
Memorial opening is dedicated to fallen residents of Eastern Ukraine because of war, started by Russian Federation in 2014.
Press announcement about the unveiling of the "How many more people must to die?" Memorial in Kramatorsk
On 10.02.2018 non-governmental organizations operating in Eastern Ukraine will unveil the "How many more people must to die?" Memorial in Kramatorsk.
On this day on February 10, 2015, the airport and residential districts of Kramatorsk were shelled by rockets. As a result of the war that was started in Eastern Ukraine by the Russian Federation in 2014, according to the UN, the number of deaths exceeded 10,000.
KYIV -- Dressed in a black sweater and equally nondescript turtleneck, with wisps of raven hair corkscrewing from under a black baseball cap, the lanky Ukrainian introduces himself in accented English as "Sean."
KIEV, Ukraine — The industrial zone outside the town of Avdeevka in eastern Ukraine was for years a half-abandoned concrete wasteland. Today, it serves as a strategic outpost on the front line of a simmering war between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian separatists, which flared up again this summer with a vengeance.
Dear Mr. Poroshenko,
The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) is concerned about the safety of journalists in your country and we strongly urge you as president to make sure that your government and all its institutions react to threats and violence against journalists.
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