On Wednesday, November 9, 2022, a meeting of national and regional coordinators of the REAct system was held. Implementers from countries in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia region meet regularly online to share experiences in documenting and responding to human rights violations among members of vulnerable groups.
The call was attended by representatives of organizations that coordinate the work of the REAct tool: in Georgia – the Georgian Harm Reduction Network, in Moldova – the Positive Initiative, in Kyrgyzstan – the Soros Foundation-Kyrgyzstan, NGO “Partner Network”, in Tajikistan – “SPIN-Plus“, in Uzbekistan – Ishonch VA Khayet, in Ukraine – Alliance for Public Health, Balkan Region – Regional TB and HIV Community Network in South-East Europe (RTB&HIVCN).
ENPUD starts working with REAct
Since the beginning of 2022, the regional ECOM network has also joined the REAct system, and recently, the Eurasian Network of People Who Use Drugs (ENPUD) will document cases of human rights violations and discrimination against injecting drug users.
Read more about cooperation with regional networks:
New functionality of the REact tool
- Adding new questions to the questionnaire about what is the reason for the violation of the rights in the case: legislation, poor practice in the application of laws, or lack of protective laws.
- Introduction of a list of all rights in order to indicate in the case which right is violated.
- Analysis of the feasibility of the list of services provided to the victim/victim.
- Adding new questions regarding the response and actions aimed at the culprit so that similar cases do not recur in the future
An updated version of the REAct mobile app is available
System administrators have finalized all the updates, now the tool can be used both from a mobile phone and from a tablet if a laptop or computer is not available. The base is automatically synchronized with the web version. Check out the mobile app guide.
Publications based on data and evidence collected through REAct
REAct will join the global campaign “16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence“
REAct Country Coordinators are planning to join the 16 Days Global Campaign Against Violence this year. Soon we will publish more detailed information about the campaign and event announcements.