Team 4 Ukraine (T4U) was formed from experts who are working in Ukraine on different projects since 2014.
T4U objectives are the civil society support, non-government sector professionalization, specialized police and other security forces training aimed at achieving EU and NATO security forces operational standards compatibility.
Ukraine is in a difficult situation now. Besides its conflict with Russia, the Ukrainian society has to deal with massive corruption, influential organized crime groups and oligarchy. An active civil society and newly formed security forces should receive maximum support in pursuing such goals. It is the only way in achieving a real and durable improvement in Ukraine itself and in the whole eastern Europe.
Ukraine combat experience is fairly unique and has a great relevance for the West with its own further worsening security situation. Our projects participants from abroad can learn a lot in Ukraine as well. Other experts, politicians, policemen and representatives of various non-governmental organizations, besides T4U staff itself, take part in our projects.
Action 4 Ukraine (A4U) consists of 4 themes
T4U experts and associates have undertaken many monitoring missions, research trips, practical and theorethical seminars themed on security forces reform, cyber and informational security, tactical training, hybrid war methods and its manifestations, organized crime modernization, community policing, etc., where they have shared their experience from the Czech republic, Slovakia, Great Britain, Germany and other countries.
T4U has stablished various levels of cooperation with nongovernmental organizations, police, universities and local administrations in fact all over the Ukraine with special emphasis on the southeast of the country.
T4U can briskly react to our colleagues needs. Thanks to our wide range of contacts covering the whole country we can make a qualified opinion, prepare transformation projects and analysis. Mainly organize trainings, seminars or other projects based on particular requirements and local needs after mutual agreement with our partners.
In contrast to many international organizations we can complete our relatively low cost projects even in the areas, such as the ATO zone, which are off limits to many other international partners due to security limitations. We can maintain a low level nonstop operation practically under any circumstances. T4U members work voluntarily and in some cases finance the strategically important projects themselves. Grants and financial contributions naturally broaden our scope. We reckon the security situation in Europe can worsen significantly and we should be ready for crisis scenarios. We are doing our best to handle such situations by analysing the situation, evaluating the risks and training practically.