We Support Ukraine

"We Support Ukraine"

“A Global Call for Democracy”

Since before the Winter Olympic Games 2014 in Russia, we have been organizing activities to support democracy in Ukraine. We knew at that time that the chances are not high for a change in Ukraine. Yet the miracle happened and a new government took over and promised real democracy for the Ukrainian people. Only eight years later, during the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in China, the Russian army surrounded Ukraine. Once the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in China were concluded, the Russian President ordered the Army to invade Ukraine and by doing so, started:

A Global Call for Democracy

The brave leaders and citizens of Ukraine are fighting an impossible war to keep their democratic country alive. Unfortunately, most of them will probably not survive this.

The “Global Call for Democracy”, which has started in February 24th, 2022 will take years and maybe decades, nonetheless there is no other alternative. During the next weeks and months, we will issue additional *dozens of global activities to support democracy - we invite you all to follow and join.

(Kiev; 2013)

President Putin
Our Kids are Your Kids
Your Kids are Our Kids
It's Not Too Late
To Stop this Madness
and Talk Peace

“I am a Ukrainian”
(Kiev, Maidan Square; January 22nd, 2014)
"We Support Ukraine"
(Berlin; March 26th, 2014)
(Berlin 2013) Bill Browder - “Time for European Magnitsky Law”
(Berlin 2013) Mikhail Kasyanov & Bill Browder talk to Mark Donfried
(Berlin 2013) Mikhail Kasyanov (Former Prime Minister of Russia) - "Time for European Magnitsky Law"
(Berlin 2012) Mikhail Kasyanov (Former Prime Minister of Russia) talks to Mark Donfried
(Berlin 2012) Mikhail Kasyanov (Former Prime Minister of Russia) - "Russia and Europe: Together or Apart?"
(Berlin 2013) Kristiina Ojuland (Member of the EU Parliament) - "Time for European Magnitsky Law"
(Brussels 2012) Kristiina Ojuland (Former Foreign Minister of Estonia) - "Crisis, Conflict, and Culture in the EU-Russia Relations"
(Strasbourg 2014) Kristiina Ojuland (Member of the EU Parliament) - "Human Rights in Russia - the EU Must Take a Stand"