The Institute of Human Rights and Prevention of Extremism and Xenophobia (IHRPEX) was established in 2010. It is a non-governmental, nonprofit, scientific and educational organization focused on bringing the fundamental human rights and freedoms in our country to conformity with the highest global standards.
The Institute was founded by public activists, politicians and scientists united by the common task: to protect ethnic, religious and other minorities, as well as to prevent the spreading of xenophobia and extremism in Ukraine and European countries.
With this purpose, together with the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology (KIIS), the workers of IHRPEX regularly carry out analysis of the situation around observance of human rights and rights of national minorities in Ukraine, and implement various practical programs to prevent possible violations in this area. Due to the fact that this activity united a great number of top-ranked specialists from many countries and areas, IHRPEX has an opportunity to fulfill its mission implementing the best practices in the area of protection of constitutional freedoms.
It should be noted that IHRPEX cooperates with the International Network Against Cyber Нate and the range of other organizations. Within the framework of the activity of IHRPEX in European Parliament, the EU-Ukraine Forum is held with the purpose of rapprochement of the peoples of Europe and Ukraine. In addition, the meeting of the board of the International Interfaith Forum are held on a regular basis with support from the Ukrainian Jewish Committee and the European Council of Religious Leaders.
Working hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Fax: +38 (044) 284 19 04
1-B Darvina str., Kiev, Ukraine 01004