«The Ukrainian Review» is a project of the NGO «Volunteer Movement «Spilna Meta», which is based in Ukraine and has been engaged in advocacy social initiatives, human rights and humanitarian activities since 2014. The organization was founded by Volodymyr Savchenko, who heads it to this day.
«The Ukrainian Review» as a project appeared as a response to a large number of false publications in the media about the situation in Ukraine.
Currently, the project brings together experts and journalists from Ukraine, the US, Canada and other countries.
We are talking about both direct propaganda of the aggressor country, the Russian Federation, and the so-called «lazy journalism», when unsourced impressions overshadow the real state of broadcasting.
We respond to publications and provide our own vision based on official sources, expert commentary, statistics, and fact-checking.
The resource is designed to provide objective and complete information about Ukrainian politics, economy, and international relations, as well as forecasts for the future of Ukraine as part of the Western world.
Our NGO Spilna Meta (Common goal) team has been implementing many important projects for Ukrainian society for more than 8 years. These are human rights activities, anti-corruption, environmental protection, environmental safety, the urban development of Ukrainian cities, and the development of sports among young people.
We believe that we make the world a better place. We want to live in a world where people respect and help each other, where human life and human rights are valued. We love Ukraine and thank the world community for its support.
We are ready for cooperation.
The founder and ideological inspirer of the project is Volodymyr Savchenko, project manager and lawyer.
Project partner — lawyer and a civil activist for Artem Kasparyan.
Editor-in-chief – historian, and journalist Stanislav Kinka.