Assisting criminal justice and law enforcement institutions in Ukraine in investigating and prosecuting war crimes

The International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Section of the U. S. Embassy Kyiv is inviting non-for-profit organizations to submit proposals for programs aimed at providing critical support to Ukraine's law enforcement and criminal justice agencies in their pursuit of investigating, prosecuting

and adjudicating war crimes committed by Russian federation and bringing perpetrators of the grave atrocities to accountability.

This may include providing expert and mentoring assistance to prosecutors and investigators of Ukraine, offering specialized training modules to enhance their skills in handling complex cases, conducting activities aimed at advancing the rule of law and fair trial in the newly de-occupied territories and increasing society’s awareness about adjudication of the war criminals.

The initiative also seeks to foster international cooperation by facilitating partnerships with relevant agencies and organizations, encouraging the exchange of best practices and collaborative strategies in the pursuit of justice.

Additionally, the program also seeks assistance in documenting efforts, employing cutting-edge open-source intelligence (OSINT) techniques and IT solutions to gather and analyze information crucial for building strong legal cases.

Through these comprehensive activities, the program aims to fortify Ukraine's legal infrastructure, empowering its authorities to pursue accountability for war crimes and uphold the principles of international humanitarian law.

All programs should be drafted in close coordination with respective GOU stakeholders.
Agency: Department of State

Office: U.S. Mission to Ukraine

Estimated Funding: $6,500,000

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