Olena Rozvadovska is a children's rights protection expert. She worked as a press secretary at the Office of the Presidential Ombudsperson of Children’s Rights in Ukraine. With the outbreak of the military aggression against Ukraine, she moved to Eastern Ukraine and implemented a number of programmes to protect child victims of the armed conflict. She coordinates research activities at the War Childhood Museum (Bosnia & Herzegovina) in Ukraine.
Within the framework of a new documentary project dedicated to the children of Eastern Ukraine, she has also cooperated with the crew on the film The Distant Barking of Dogs, which was included on the Academy Awards short list. In 2017, she received the Human Rights Agenda Award for her personal contribution to the protection of human rights in Ukraine. Olena is the founder and chairwoman of the Children’s Voices Charity Foundation.