Since its creation, the Foundation has been a member of the Coalition for the Protection of Kremlin Prisoners, which was formed together with such all-Ukrainian human rights non-governmental organizations as the Association of Relatives of Political Prisoners of the Kremlin, the Crimean Human Rights Group, the Center for Human Rights "ZMINA", the Media Initiative for Human Rights, Ukrainian Helsinki Union for Human Rights, Center for Civil Liberties and CrimeaSOS.
The Coalition's activities are focused on advocacy, release and protection of persons deprived of liberty for political reasons in the context of the international armed conflict in Ukraine.
To struggle for releasing persons deprived of their liberty for political reasons in connection with the armed aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine
To maintain a joint list of persons deprived of their liberty for political reasons in connection with the armed aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine
To assist the families of persons deprived of liberty for political reasons in connection with the armed aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine
International cooperation is consolidated around the partnership with EU institutions, national authorities of EU member states, their embassies in Ukraine, as well as public organizations, in particular the Center for European Values for Security Policy (Czech Republic), the Association of Ukrainians of France, the Association of Ukrainians of Brussels, etc. In addition, the Fund interacts with the Ukrainian diaspora, mainly through the Representation of the World Congress of Ukrainians in Ukraine.
Representatives of the Fund are constantly invited to work meetings with ambassadors in Ukraine and their representatives to testify about the situation of political prisoners, civilian hostages and prisoners of war of the Kremlin, the issue of their exchange and social protection (France, Canada, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Czech Republic, Slovakia). Honorary guests of the Fund are also deputies of EU member states and representatives of the EU, among them the Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the Parliament of Estonia, Mark Michelson, and the EU Special Representative for Human Rights, Eamon Gilmore.