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Legal information from United for Ukraine and protection of rights from the Ombudsman.

United for Ukraine has been providing free legal information to Ukrainians since the beginning of the full-scale invasion.

We help:

  • internally displaced persons
  • Ukrainians who have moved abroad to EU countries

Send a request through our UFU information platform, Legal Support section. Describe your situation in as much detail as possible. If necessary, you can attach documents to your request. Our legal partners will provide you with a response on a first-come, first-served basis. Getting help.

If you are abroad, in case of violation of your rights and need qualified assistance and support, you can contact the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights.

In accordance with the Law of Ukraine "On the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights", anyone, regardless of their place of residence, may apply to the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights if state authorities violate their rights and freedoms, local self-government bodies and their officials and employees, as well as legal entities and individuals.

Be sure to indicate this in your application:

  • Surname, first name, patronymic.
  • Place of actual residence and place of registration.
  • The essence of the issue raised (in detail).
  • Comments, suggestions, requests or demands.
  • Means of communication: e-mail and/or contact phone number (if available).

Ways to contact:

  • By e-mail: hotline@ombudsman.gov.ua;
  • the hotline of the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights: +380-800-501-720;
  • the hotline of the Secretariat of the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights: +38-044-299-74-08. Phone calls from abroad are available.

Official website of the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights: https://ombudsman.gov.ua/ (Q-code)