Svidok is Ukraine’s largest living museum of people’s experiences of Russia’s full scale barbaric invasion. In partnership with Ukraine’s Ministry of Culture, Prosecutor’s Office, the ICC, and all 25 regional administrations, Svidok offers a safe place to record everything from the everyday life-hacks that help people dry their hair during a blackout, to the most traumatic war crimes under Russian occupation.
We are giving Ukrainians a voice, and a priceless resource to help hold Russia accountable for its actions. Long after the social media disappear, Svidok will enable future generations to understand the horrors of war, and help to ensure it never happens again.
Donations support the cybersecure infrastructure of svidok.org, our all-Ukrainian moderation and communications staff, and our work with war crimes investigators from the ICC, Ukrainian Prosecutor’s Office, and other organisations.
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Economists for Ukraine is partnered with the AI for Good Foundation, US-based 501(c)3, 81-1631000. Your contributions will be fully tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
If you live in the war affected areas please visit our Svidok(witness) – war journal.