**Alternative** is a far-right group that is a relatively independent part of the Azov Movement. The group was founded and headed by **Mikhail Shalankevich** (aka Hans), an immigrant from Russia. Shalankevich was a member of **Restrukt**, one of Russia’s most

Azov Movement

The Azov Movement is the largest far-right association in Ukraine. It consists of three main structures: the **Azov Regiment** of the National Guard of Ukraine (the military wing), the **National Corps** party (the political wing) and the **National Vigilantes**, renamed

Azov Regiment

The Azov Regiment (initially Azov Battalion) is a radically politicized unit that is part of the National Guard of Ukraine, subordinate to the Ministry of Internal Affairs. It was created in the spring of 2014 on the basis of the

C14/The Basics of Future

**The Basics of Future (former C14)** is a radical far-right organization based in Kyiv. It was founded in 2009 by members of the Svoboda Party. From the beginning to the present day, the leader of the organization has been **Yevhen

Centuria/National Vigilantes

Centuria (the National Vigilantes) is the paramilitary wing of the Azov Movement. The National Vigilantes were founded in 2017 ostensibly to help the police ensure public order. The video of the presentation by members of the National Vigilantes prompted public


**Freikorps** is a Kharkiv-based far-right militarized organization with a cell in Ivano-Frankivsk. The name Freikorps refers to eponymous volunteer squads in Austria and Germany. In the 20th century, this name was adopted by members of far-right paramilitary formations that fought

German Volunteer Corps

In February 2023, a “German Volunteer Corps” (“DFK”) was formed in Ukraine with extreme right-wing volunteers fighting on the Ukrainian side. It sees itself in a National Socialist tradition. On June 22, 2023, the following text was posted on Telegram

Karpatska Sich

**Karpatska Sich** is a regional far-right organization operating in Uzhgorod, Transcarpathian region. It stands against ‘cultural Marxism’, by which the members of Karpatska Sich mostly mean gender politics, multiculturalism, etc. The leader of Karpatska Sich is **Taras Deyak**. The organization

Misanthropic Division

Misanthropic Division is a neo-Nazi movement with a network structure, which exists in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus, as well as in a number of Western countries. According to the Investigative Committee of Russia, Misanthropic Division cells appeared in 19 countries,

National Resistance

The *National Resistance* (NR) — an ultranationalistic movement linked to various attacks on immigrants, Roma people, Turks, LGBT groups and leftists. On June 6, 2010, four left-wing activists were attacked in a tram while on their way to a pro-immigrant

National Resistance

**The National Resistance** (NR) is an Odesa-founded organization with an active activist core in Kyiv. Together with other far-right groups, it is involved in disrupting feminist activities, criticizing ‘cultural Marxism’ and calling for the fight against anti-fascists. At the rallies,

Rus Triedinaya

Rus Triedinaya (Russ triedinaya) is a pro-Russian Orthodox imperial organisation formed in Kharkiv in 2004. It publishes a newspaper of the same name. In 2014, its permanent leader Sergey Moiseyev emigrated to Russia. **Self-description** “Since 2005, our organisation in the

The Order

The Order is a right-wing conservative organization formed around Eduard Yurchenko, former speaker of the National Corps. Its ideology reflects Yurchenko’s own views and refers to the European tradition of the New Right and Alexander Dugin’s Russian Eurasianism (however, Yurchenko

Tradition and Order

**Tradition and Order** is a far-right conservative organization that positions itself as an advocate of Christian values. Tradition and Order was founded in 2016 on the basis of another far-right organization, **Revanche**. Tradition and Order members are responsible for numerous