Find out who we are

Center for Civil
Liberties

The Center for Civil Liberties (CCL) was established in 2007 to promote human rights values

our

Mission

The establishment of human rights, democracy, and solidarity in Ukraine and the OSCE region for the affirmation of human dignity.

our

Vision

CCL is one of the leading actors in Ukraine, influencing the formation of public opinion and public policy, supporting the development of civic activism, and actively participating in international networks and solidarity actions to promote human rights in the OSCE region.

our

Values

  • Respect for human dignity
  • Freedom and human rights
  • Impartiality
  • Democracy
  • The rule of law
  • Non-discrimination
  • Solidarity
team

Team

Oleksandra
Matviychuk

head of the board

Oleksandra
Romantsova

executive director

Maryna
Lilichenko

Lawyer, Project coordinator

Kateryna
Pomazanna

Project coordinator

Anna
Popova

Project coordinator

Maxim
Stasiuk

Project coordinator

Alona
Step

Assistant to the head of the boards

Liubov
Goncharova

Accountant

Tetiana
Kozachok

Financial manager

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Team
volunteers

Become a volunteer

Volunteers of the CCL help us create an environment
for the growth of a new generation of human rights
defenders. We are joined by all those who want to change
the country, spread human rights principles,
control the authorities and protect others.

Our history

Learn about the establishment and major events in the history of the Center for Civil Liberties.

Documents of the Centre

Statutory documents

Statute of the
Centre for
Civil Liberties

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Regulation

“On the National Human Rights Award”

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Anti-discrimination
Policy

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Harassment
Prevention
Policy

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Code
of Ethics

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Audit Regulations

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CCL reports

Annual reports

Detailed and visual information about the activities of the Center for Civil Liberties for the year.

aid to the center

Donors

coalitions

The Center for Civil Liberties
is part of coalitions