Initially, the International Women’s Day was the time of joy and festivity when women all over the world celebrated their social, economic, cultural, and political achievements. However, on February 24, a war broke out, and we had to change our ways of life, making essential adjustments.
For more than two weeks now, GOLAW women have been arduously working on the other side of the war.
GOLAW attorneys are giving advice on martial law, helping refugees to flee the war-torn regions of the country, delivering migration issues, deciding on the refugee status, as well as resolving multiple matters concerning the Russian aggression against Ukraine.
The war is definitely not the place for women. However, the women’s mobility, ongoing support, and titanic efforts are bringing us closer to the victory.
We are combining work with volunteering, fighting against propaganda, weaving camouflage nets, donating to the Ukrainian Army, proving military goods to the soldiers in need.
Women in law are evolving. This is evidenced by the emergence of new ways of providing help to those who desperately need it.
We sincerely hope that peace is soon to come, and our women will continue bringing rule of law and justice to the peaceful world.