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DOCU ACTS 3.0 MENTORING PROGRAM IS OVER. WHAT'S NEXT?
In November, DOCU/CLUB Network launched the DOCU ACTS 3.0 program.
HOW A SCHOOL FILM CLUB IN ZAPORIZHZHIA ENGAGES...
How can we protect the nature of our homeland and rehabilitate the environment after the liberation of the Zaporizhzhia region from the occupiers? What...
NEW FRIENDS, EXPERIENCES, AND INSPIRATION AT THE RETREAT...
On March 28-31, Kyiv hosted the DOCU/CLUB Network's School for Film Club Moderators . The Network team organized this Retreat School as part of its DOCU...
TRAINING FOR MODERATORS OF DOCUMENTARY FILM CLUBS FROM...
“No matter how much you get used to meeting via Zoom, it's always better in Uzhhorod,” a participant of the workshop for moderators of human...
DOCUMENTARY FILMS SHIFT THE PROSECUTORS’ FOCUS TOWARDS...
The Training Center for Prosecutors of Ukraine uses human rights documentaries to promote a victim-centered approach. Reprinted from...
CONFLICT-RELATED SEXUAL VIOLENCE: HOW TO HELP THE...
Statute of limitations does not apply to conflict-related sexual violence. These crimes can be investigated 5 or 10 years later, when the victim is...
“The Maidan has taught us to believe in victory”:...
The team of the DOCU/CLUB Documentary Film Club Network and the National Museum of the Revolution of Dignity invited the audience to watch and discuss the...
HOW THE FILM CLUB BY NATALIYA ZHEBRYK FROM DNIPRO...
For many years, Nataliya Zhebryk from Dnipro has been involved in human rights education work among young people and adults in her hometown. In 2014...
DOCUMENTARY FILMS FOR PROBATION CLIENTS: IS UKRAINIAN...
Supervised probation is being introduced in Ukraine as the main type of criminal punishment and an alternative to deprivation and restriction of personal...
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