Reports produced by the MATRA-Ukraine project (in chronological order):
- A report assessing the domestic implementation of international humanitarian law in the Ukrainian legal system.
- A report examining the developments that occurred between March 2016 and April 2021 regarding Ukraine’s relationship with the International Criminal Court (ICC) and its founding treaty - the Rome Statute.
- A report examining the legislative, organisational, and technical difficulties faced by domestic war crimes units in Europe and identifying best practices to inspire Ukrainian authorities.
- A report on Ukraine’s approach to prosecuting conflict-related crimes and its compliance with prevailing international humanitarian law standards focusing on cases considered between 1 September 2016 and 1 April 2021.
- A report on selected communication and outreach practices of certain international and national prosecutorial offices and courts processing international crimes.
- A handbook aimed at supporting efforts to collect and preserve evidential information relating to international crimes by civil society organisations, human rights defenders and other practitioners in the Ukrainian territory through drawing on standards and best practices derived from both Ukrainian and international law.
- A Benchbook designed to assist Ukrainian judges in the fair and effective adjudication of international crimes under Ukrainian domestic law in accordance with international norms and domestic law and procedure, through the collection and analysis of materials which are designed to assist judges in cases which involve war crimes, genocide and the crime of aggression.