Euromaidan SOS

Euromaidan SOS emerged from the initiative of young human rights defenders and activists who joined on November 30 after beating students on Euromaidan

Euromaidan SOS emerged from the initiative of young human rights defenders and activists who joined on November 30 after beating students on euromaidan

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About the project

Today they monitor war crimes, engage an international advocacy and struggle for the release for Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia. 

Today they monitor war crimes, engage an international advocacy and struggle for the release for Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia. 

The next day after the students on Euromaidan were beaten up, the activists of the Centre for Civil Liberties opened a hotline for the victims and the volunteer lawyers thus providing the protesters with legal services and defence with court. 

 

Today they monitor war crimes, engage an international advocacy and struggle for the release of Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia.

 

A FILM BY:

Sergiy Lysenko, director

Oleksandr Kryshtalovych, cinematography

Dmytro Palylyk, cinematography

Roman Bondarchuk, archival shooting

Sergiy Lysenko, archival shooting

Mykyta Moiseev, composer

Anton Baibakov, composer

Borys Peter, sound director

Roman Bondarchuk, producer, manager of the project

 

Pivden NGO and Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival

 

The film production is supported by the Embassy of Sweden in Ukraine

Today they monitor war crimes, engage an international advocacy and struggle for the release for Ukrainian political prisoners in Russia.

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