Events unfolding in Europe’s largest country are extraordinarily important—not only for Ukraine’s 46 million inhabitants but for the entire Eurasian region.
The historic Euromaidan protests in Ukraine in February 2014 weren’t just about geopolitics, new leadership, or the economy. They were about something bigger. They were a rejection of injustice as a way of life. Ukraine must do all it can do to help itself. Open Society will be there to support this work.