Welcome to the website of the Odessa Solidarity Campaign, operated by an all-volunteer team of human rights activists dedicated to supporting the people of Odessa, Ukraine, in their heroic resistance to fascism.

Here you will find background information on the economic and political crises in Ukraine; the story of the massacre of 46 anti-fascist activists in Odessa on May 2, 2014; and the ongoing campaign by the Council of Mothers of May 2 for an international investigation into that terrible tragedy, for which no one has yet been brought to justice.

We invite you to learn more about this whole situation and how it sheds light on similar developments throughout Eastern and Southern Europe. We hope you then will be inspired to support the Council of Mothers’ demand for an international investigation – and to work for justice, peace and progress in your own communities.

NEW: “I Saw the Death – The book of evidence of the participants of the events on May 2, 2014, in Odessa”

This riveting collection of first-person accounts of the massacre of at least 46 people in the House of Trade Unions in Kulikovo Square is must reading for anyone trying to understand the terrible events of May 2, 2014, in Odessa, Ukraine.