The Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research was founded on November 30, 1998 by a group of Ukrainian lawyers, sociologists, and political scientists.
The Institute has extensive professional experience in the preparation of basic analytical research that is essential for the development of Ukrainian legislation, in participation in the draft legislation, in conducting large-scale sociological research, in organizing human rights events, in round tables, seminars, and professional training. The institute is active in publishing.
Today, the Institute is one of the leading non-governmental research and training institutions in Ukraine. The Institute has extensive professional experience in the preparation of basic analytical research that is essential for the development of Ukrainian legislation, in participation in the draft legislation, in conducting large-scale sociological research, in organizing human rights events, in round tables, seminars, and professional training. . The institute is active in publishing.
The institute consistently adheres to the principle of political neutrality, in particular, it does not receive funding from political parties or individual politicians.
The quality and honesty of the Institute’s analytics are the professionalism of experts, response to the real needs of democratization of Ukraine, independence, and impartiality of research.
Our organization is registered in PADOR – the database of the European Commission, our EuropeAid ID in the database UA-2011-FVV-2109831613. This database contains information on organizations applying for grants from the European Commission in the field of external assistance.
- The Institute for Applied Humanitirian Research website is being updated and filledMigration and updating of the Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research website have taken place. But due to site migration, there is a need to fill the site with the right materials, which takes time. Therefore, in the coming weeks, relevant site-filling work will continue and there may be problems accessing certain materials and/or web pages. … Read more
- 7th Annual Conference of Analytical CentersWhat should be the vision of Ukraine's development? This thesis was the central core of the seventh annual conference of think tanks, organized by the International Renaissance Foundation with the support of the Embassy of Sweden in Kyiv. Equally important issues for discussion at this year's conference were whether intellectuals have an impact on public … Read more
- Financial management trainingOn November 18, 2019, a representative of the Institute – Accountant of the Organization Soboleva Nataliia in the project IRF attended training on the financial management of NGOs. The training was held under the current grant "INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT FOR ANALYTICAL CENTERS", implemented by the International Renaissance Foundation in partnership with the Open Society Initiative for … Read more
- Intern of the Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research has been appointed within the framework of the Competition “Student Internship in Analytical Centers”On August 29, 2019, the International Renaissance Foundation announced for the fourth time an internship program for students. Until October 7, 2019, the process of accepting applications for participation in the competition continued. A total of 9 applications were submitted for internships at the Institute for Applied Humanities Research. According to the results of application … Read more
- Result Based Management (RBM) TrainingOn October 23, 2019, the representative of the Institute – Lawyer of the Organization Koloda Tatiana attended the Result Based Management (RBM) training under the guidance of the coach from Sweden Anders Pettersson. The training was held under the current grant "INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT FOR ANALYTICAL CENTERS", implemented by the International Renaissance Foundation in partnership with … Read more