PLUS 1 (funded by the Ministry for Veterans Affairs of Ukraine and the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory). The project exposition was created to depict a new socio-cultural image of Ukrainians in search of their own identity. It is part of a comprehensive multimedia advocacy campaign in which the stories of Ukrainian servicemen, participants in the Russo-Ukrainian war, are told through the art of portrait photography and author’s artistic texts. The campaign aims to work systematically with a policy of honoring memory, but also punishing those guilty of war crimes.
NATIONAL EUROPEAN CITIZEN AGENDA (funded by European Endowment for Democracy). The project aims were to consolidate Ukrainian civil society, business, and media for Ukraine’s European course of reforms. The main idea was to create bottom up decentralized network with emphasis on regions, local communities and movements.