During rehabilitation, wounded soldiers face many difficulties. Lack of proper conditions for treatment, difficulties with undergoing military medical and other committee examinations, red tape during registration for payments and benefits—our fighters are familiar with all of these. An active advocate for the rights of wounded soldiers is NGO Principle. How to minimise red tape and make interaction with the state efficient, so that everyone defending our country can feel they are valued? This will be discussed by the organisation’s founders, attorney Masi Nayem and human rights advocate Liubov Halan.
Masi Nayem, soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, attorney, co-founder of the Principle Human Rights Centre for the Military;
Liubov Halan, human rights advocate, volunteer, co-founder of Principle;
Alina Mykhailova, head of the Ulf medical service of the Wolves of Da Vinci battalion in the 67th Mechanised Brigade.
Yevhen Pavliukovskyi, journalist.