Web Application

Report War Crime

Application for gathering evidence of international law crimes and their impact on individuals within Ukraine. Potential witnesses and victims can securely submit crucial information regarding events that may constitute violations under international law.

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Enabling Information
Enabling Justice


War in Ukraine

Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, reports of international law violations have surged. Over 14 million Ukrainians have fled their homeland seeking refuge.

The scale of potential witnesses and victims of crimes in Ukraine is staggering, overwhelming traditional justice systems. Historical precedent suggests that only a fraction of witnesses and victims come forward during investigations and trials. Nonetheless, it’s crucial to amass comprehensive evidence of these crimes and their impact.

© OHCHR 2024As of 22 February 2024

Total Civilian Casualties





OHCHR believes that the actual figures are considerably higher, as the receipt of information from some locations where intense hostilities have been going on has been delayed and many reports are still pending corroboration. 


Foundation Sunflowers

The concept of a network of entities collecting information concerning crimes committed in Ukraine since 24 February 2022, while protecting the confidentiality of sources.

Intended to complement the activities of national authorities and international tribunals established to prosecute and adjudicate war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, aggression or other serious human rights violations related to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and to support bodies involved in reparation proceedings.

Foundation Sunflowers

Main objectives

Personal Data Protection

Safeguarding potential witnesses and victims, respecting their privacy, allowing data to be removed.

Relevant Information Collection

Collecting information on evidence of crimes committed in Ukraine, casualties of war and damage suffered

Justice Support

Aid accountability by sharing information with international and national authorities prosecuting and adjudicating war crimes in Ukraine


Promoting understanding through open webinars and conferences on legal and social aspects of war in Ukraine

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How does it work?

Collecting Information

Potential witnesses and victims of the war in Ukraine voluntarily provide information through an online form created by the Project team. This information builds a database of international crime evidence and related damages.

Personal and contact details of these individuals are collected to facilitate contact by relevant authorities. Participants can withdraw their information at any point.

The data will solely be used by authorized law enforcement, tribunals, or reparative projects for war survivors. Volunteers may assist in gathering information without retraumatizing those affected by war.

Our team, leveraging a global volunteer network, aims to create a vast database surpassing local efforts in individual countries.


Web Application

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Security of the information

Photo & video upload

Interactive tutorial tool

User verification process

Limited access

Available in Ukrainian and English


Storage of tha Data


Our priority is the security of the information entrusted to us. We obtain and store it in order to pass it on to competent international and national authorities that were established to prosecute and adjudicate international crimes committed in Ukraine since 24 February 2022 and to authorities that in future will develop reparations programs for victims of the war in Ukraine. No information entrusted to us will be used for any other purpose.

Using the application

Frequently Asked Questions

What does the Project Team expect from a person who would like to become a 'sunflower' volunteer?

  1. Identify with the framework of the Project
  2. Be commitment to the Project
  3. Respect the 'do no harm' principle when dealing wit potential witnesses and victims of war in Ukraine
  4. Keep confidential information obtained when assisting with collecting information

How to become a 'Sunflower' volunteer?

  1. Let us know that you are interested in volunteering with us by emailing on: contact@projectsunflowers.org
  2. Volunteers coordinator will contact you back, asking to complete the questionnaire
  3. Sign a volunteer agreement.
  4. Let us prepare you for contacting with potential witnesses and victims of the war, by taking part in dedicated trainings

Witness Stories

Anonymus testimonials from people who have used the app.


Membership at the
Coalition for the ICC

Foundation Sunflowers is proud to announce that it is a member of the Coalition for the International Criminal Court. Made up of civil society organisations, small and big, in 150 countries the Coalition for the International Criminal Court is the largest partnership in the world advancing international justice. The Coalition's vision is a more peaceful world  through universal access to justice for victims of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. 


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Contact Form

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    The Controller of your personal data is Foundation Sunflowers with its registered office at Warsaw, Poland. Your personal data will be processed in order to respond to the submitted contact form, in accordance with the Terms of Use. You have the right of access, rectification, erasure, restriction and portability your personal data and to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority. For detailed information, please refer to the Privacy Policy.

    Contact Information

    5/51 Siedmiogrodzka Street,
    Warsaw (01-204) Poland

    KRS: 0001019393
    NIP: 5273044660