Media&Communication since 1996
We work in three areas of activity: media development, strategic communications, information security. The three pillars of our organization – innovation, professionalism, and efficiency. Serving the Ukrainian society has been our enduring priority since 1996.
Conducted a large-scale communication campaign on wartime civil safety which reached 8 million Ukrainians
With the help of AR technology, we are reminding the world about Ukrainian prisoners held illegally in Russian captivity.
We developed and implemented a comprehensive communication campaign that popularized the Ukrainian language among national minority communities in Chernivtsi and Zakarpattya Oblasts.
During the first six months of the full-scale war, we helped Ukrainian journalists adapt to new realities of work and life.
Explaining Ukraine is an English-language podcast that has been monthly explaining Ukraine's politics, society, and culture since 2017.
We conducted a large-scale communications campaign to increase public awareness and support for the privatization reform.
We created the international art project. It brought the non-traditional and creative tools of street art to the defense of the informational space.
We created an English-language online platform about Ukraine for international audiences where we tell the world the truth about the war in Ukraine 24/7.
We developed an advocacy campaign aimed at members of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. This has contributed to the adoption of a comprehensive anti-tobacco law.
Strengthened the ability of young women to resist stereotypes and discrimination, involved them in decision-making processes at the local level.
We developed a brand identity for a communication campaign that breaks stereotypes about the East of Ukraine and contributes to its economic recovery.
We've helped create more than 180 materials in the field of Solution Journalism. 194 journalists've taken part in our trainings and webinars. Our online forum has received almost 40,000 views on Facebook.
30 videos were created on a variety of topics: from human rights protection and equality to environmental initiatives and innovations. Each hero demonstrates how it is to promote European values in his community and Ukraine in general.
Organized a training program to strengthen the capacity of public sector leaders. Thanks to system training, networking, coaching, and mentoring, they have mastered new tools of object management, learned to communicate effectively with their audience, and cooperate with each other.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of Internews Ukraine, we look back at our brightest initiatives, productions, and achievements.
The mobile storytelling project aims at breaking established stereotypes and negative perceptions about Ukraine abroad.
We have organized a summer school for beginner journalists, received 350 applications from the participants. We conducted 29 webinars lasting 65 hours.
An online media course to help editorial offices to adapt to new working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Its driving idea is to see in the crisis new opportunities for journalists. Webinar recordings and video lessons got more than 80000 views on Facebook and YouTube.
A report on Ukrainian regional media in English. The document provides an overview of more than 400 regional media outlets in all 24 oblasts of Ukraine, as well as the temporarily-occupied territories.
The book of essays by Ukrainian intellectuals was published in English and Ukrainian. Among authors: Yuri Andrukovych, Irena Karpa, Yaroslav Hrytsak, Larysa Denysenko, Haska Shyyan, Andrij Bondar. The presentation of the book in 9 European cities brought it directly to interested readers.
A book that analyzes key narratives of Russian historical propaganda about Ukraine and gives a response to them. Available in Ukrainian and English. A successful large-scale online campaign to debunk the Kremlin's fakes about the past.
In an entertaining way, Ukrainians were taught to recognize fakes and not to be manipulated by the Kremlin. More than 2300 guests visited an interactive VR-installation in 7 cities of Ukraine. 114 pieces about the project were published in media outlets, including 17 TV spots.
Through artistic approaches we have deepened mutual understanding between Ukrainians from peaceful territories and internally displaced persons. Three installations were organized in Kyiv, Lviv and Odessa (976 visitors). 121 materials on the installation and problems of IDPs were published in media.
The Strategy of Communication of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement was developed and used as a basis for government policy. In cooperation with regional media, the nature of the EU Association agreement was explained to the public.
The first practical manual was published about the experience of a country that is going through a lengthy information attack. Recommendations were prepared for fighting Russian propaganda. The book was presented in the Council of Europe (in Strasbourg) as well as to EU institutions and experts (in Brussels).
Extraordinary deeds by ordinary Ukrainians were communicated to society. More than 100 items of content formed a new agenda for media – with new values and milestones. The Neighbors project was launched, telling multimedia stories about everyday life of people from Ukraine, Georgia, and Moldova.
The first and only web resource in Ukraine on internet freedom has been launched, the signing of the Declaration of Free Internet in Ukraine has been initiated, and proposals for laws that would repress internet freedom have been opposed.
Ukraine’s first Digital Security School for journalists and civil society activists, DSS380, was opened. Apart from training, DSS380 experts conduct digital audits of organizations.
The documentary “The Limits of Waiting” became a winner at the 8th International Film Festival in Madrid. The film keeps the spotlight on the problem of prisoners and missing persons in Donbas and Crimea. The Verkhovna Rada adopted the Law of Ukraine on Legal Status of Missing Individuals.
A School of Journalism was organized for ATO veterans, and a collection of their fiction stories was published. The veterans had the opportunity to speak, and society – to hear about the war without filters. The book was presented in Salon du livre in Paris.
With the help of characters from a popular cartoon, we explain the nature of health care and energy reforms to Ukrainians. The campaign reached 6 out of 10 citizens in the entire country and facilitated increased support for reforms in the society.