Euromaidan Press is proud to be working alongside with these organizations:



Krytyka Magazine  – a magazine providing in-depth analysis and substantial historical, political, and cultural context for the current situation in Ukraine working with a wide network of experts, journalists, and international faculty. Krytyka seeks to participate in the global debate around key issues concerning the world today, while also articulating Ukrainian emphases and perspectives and works on establishing high standards of cultural and political debate in Ukraine, especially with regard to freedom of speech and tolerance for differences of opinion. is a collaborative media project that promotes the new Ukraine as a meaningful travel destination. We highlight opportunities for engaging local travel: specialised events, tours, volunteering, work exchange, learning, and more.

maidanpresscenterMaidan Press Center – an information space, playground, workshop that sets its goal to facilitate communication between Ukraine’s civic society, media, and the authorities.


Information Analysis Center is an initiative of students, graduates and deans of International Relations Faculty of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (Ukraine) with the aim to distribute transparent, objective and comprehensive information, as well as conclusions drawn from the analysis of events in Ukraine and its surroundings.

informnapalmINFORMNAPALM is a volunteer initiative to inform both Ukrainian citizens and the foreign public about the crises in Ukraine consisting of journalists, political scientists, military experts, public figures, IT specialists, editors, and translators.


Voices of Ukraine – a volunteer project dedicated to delivering news about Ukraine in a variety of languages working to give a realistic picture of the ground reality of the Ukrainian political and cultural space.



Free Donbas is a project of the Donbas pen club featuring expert comments, verified news and eyewitness stories aimed at giving a true and unbiased picture of the war-torn Ukrainian Donbas.

NGOs and civic movements


Razom is a non-profit organization established to support the people of Ukraine in their continued quest for democracy, justice, and human rights.

Euromaidan SOesosS is a self-organized group of human rights and civil society activists, lawyers, journalists and other concerned citizens of different professions. Initially defending the rights of peaceful protesters on Maidan Square in Kyiv, the group now operates covering a broad range of human rights issues.

civicCivic sector of Euromaidan is a civic initiative that started on Euromaidan to support the demands of civic society and now has grown into a network of NGOs working to transform Ukrainian society. They release a weekly newsletter in English about the latest events in Ukraine.


Free Savchenko is the website of the #FreeSavchenko campaign started by Alex King, dedicated to highlighting her capture in Ukraine on June 17th 2014 and Russia’s subsequent kidnapping & illegal imprisonment of her.

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