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Desyate Kvitnya (The Tenth of April)

Desyate Kvitnya (The Tenth of April) is an independent, humanitarian, non-governmental and non-profit organisation, which is based in Odessa, Ukraine. Their main goal is contributing to development of civil society and strengthening the rule of law in Ukraine. The Organisation was founded on August 01, 2012, and was named after the date of birth of the prominent Dutch legal scholar Hugo Grotius. The Organisation was created by the efforts of like-minded human rights activists with professional experience of over 10 years and a particular expertise in refugee rights protection. The Organisation provides free legal aid and a limited scope of social assistance to such vulnerable groups as asylum seekers, refugees, internally displaced people, stateless persons and Roma people. The Ogranisation’s activities also include monitoring of human rights protection in Ukraine, cooperation with other stakeholders, and capacity-building actions. Our overall aim is solving the most challenging human rights problems.