Razom Think works to incorporate perspectives from Ukraine into the academic agenda of western nations through collaboration with universities, think tanks, non-profits, and Ukrainian leaders.
Legal analyses of the issues relevant to Ukraine with recommendations to the governments of Ukraine, Russia and the international community. Razom has produced two reports up to date: “Crisis In Ukraine: Its Legal Dimensions” and “Human Rights on Occupied Territory: Case of Crimea”.
U.S. Policy on Ukraine Report
The U.S. Policy on Ukraine: Challenges and Opportunities report aims to provide readers with a detailed, nuanced view of U.S. policy toward Ukraine and to give concrete recommendations for maximizing policy effectiveness. The report was prepared to help spark and facilitate discussions about why Ukraine matters to the U.S., what the impediments are to Ukraine’s political and economic stability, and what can be done to ameliorate the humanitarian crisis ensuing from the Donbas War.
Panels, roundtables, and various discussions on topics relevant to Ukraine with students and experts. Our goal is to encourage educated discussion of the issues relevant to Ukraine.
OKO Media Monitoring
Volunteer project «OKO» continuously monitors media image of Ukraine in press across the world. Combining technology for automatic collection of data and immense volunteer work to review and classify news articles, project OKO produces reports daily, weekly, and special reports on how Ukraine is portrayed in the media around the world.
On Thursday, February 23, 2017 Razom is launching a new report, U.S. Policy on Ukraine: Challenges and Opportunities at an event on Capitol Hill. Intended as a comprehensive survey for policymakers and their staff, the report offers both an analysis of current policy as well as concrete recommendations moving forward.Read More ..
Razom hosted a discussion at Columbia University with Vakhtang Kipiani on November 19th. Current undergraduate and graduate students joined activists and volunteers for a two-hour discussion about how history affects the future, especially in the time of war and decommunization.Read More ..
Razom co-sponsored a discussion at Civic Hall on March 17th that brought together a delegation of activist from Ukraine to discuss the situation in Crimea with people from around the New York City area interested in Crimea and human rights.Read More ..
On December 11, 2015 Razom participated in a briefing in the U.S. Congress on human rights violations in Russian occupied Crimea.Read More ..
The second edition of the Crimea human rights report accounts for the feedback received in Ukraine and Europe and will be presented at the United Nations Headquarters on Wednesday, December 9, followed by an official briefing at the U.S. Congress on Friday, December 11, co-sponsored by the U.S. Helsinki Commission.Read More ..