We continue our call for a ceasefire in Ukraine
The conflict in Ukraine has created a humanitarian crisis that is affecting millions of people, with devastating consequences.
Civilians have been caught in the crossfire of the conflict, and many have been forced to flee their homes, leaving behind everything they have ever known. The conflict has led to widespread displacement, with over 1.5 million people being displaced persons within Ukraine.
The ongoing hostilities have also severely impacted access to basic services, such as healthcare, education, and water and sanitation, particularly in the conflict-affected areas. The impact on the economy has been devastating, with many people struggling to make ends meet and facing high levels of unemployment.
The Europe Peace Foundation calls on all parties involved in the conflict to respect international humanitarian law and to prioritize the protection of civilians. We urge all parties to engage in meaningful dialogue and to work towards a peaceful and sustainable solution to the conflict.
We also call on the international community to provide much-needed humanitarian assistance to those affected by the conflict. This assistance should be delivered in a manner that prioritizes the needs of the most vulnerable, including women, children, and the elderly.
At the Europe Peace Foundation, we stand in solidarity with the people of Ukraine and reiterate our commitment to supporting efforts to address the humanitarian crisis in the country. We believe that only through a commitment to dialogue and nonviolence can a lasting solution be found to the crisis in Ukraine.