The Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) is the international coordinating body for Ukrainian communities in the diaspora representing the interests of over 20 million Ukrainians. The UWC was recognized in 2003 by the United Nations Economic and Social Council as a non-governmental organization with special consultative status and obtained in 2018 participatory status as an international non-governmental organization with the Council of Europe.
The UWC has a network of member organizations and ties with Ukrainians in more than 60 countries.
The UWC has a network of Ukrainian member organizations in the following countries: Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Brazil, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Georgia, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Spain, Switzerland, United States of America and Uzbekistan.
for more details see the UWC on the web at: Ukrainian World Congress
The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is the voice of Canada’s Ukrainian community. The Congress brings together under one umbrella all the national, provincial and local Ukrainian Canadian organizations. Together with its member organizations, the UCC has been leading, coordinating and representing the interests of one of Canada’s largest ethnic communities (1.4 million) since 1940 and has been instrumental in shaping Canada’s social, economic and political landscape.
for more information see UCC on the web at Ukrainian Canadian Congress National
The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is the Provincial coordinating body for the Ukrainian community in the Province of Quebec, representing the interests of over 43 thousand Ukrainians.
The Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) is the Provincial coordinating body for the Ukrainian community in the Greater Montreal Area representing the interests of over 40 thousand Ukrainians.
Ukrainians in Quebec City and Levis have organized themselves under the name “Enej”. The Association represents roughly 3,000 Ukrainians.