Political parties took a great interest in the first local elections held in 252 united territorial communities on October, 29 and December 24, 2017.
Anna Kyslytska, analyst at Internews Ukraine and at UkraineWould, analysed why Ukraine urgently needs electoral reform.
The amber “Klondike” of Ukraine provide “jobs” to thousands of people living nearby this gem deposits in the Polissya – North-West part of Ukraine (Volyn, Zhytomyr, and most of all in Rivne region).
2017 turned out to be rich in newsbreaks in the judicial sphere, which undoubtedly focused the media attention on court proceedings in Kharkiv and the region.
DiXi Group issued an updated version of “Relaunch of the NEURC: who applied?”.
Political Points of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform include a weekly expert analysis of the most important processes in Ukraine in areas of constitutionalism, political parties and elections, governance and public administration reform, judiciary, combatting corruption, criminal justice, etc.
The great expectations that Ukrainian and international experts community has put on the proposed Anti-corruption Court can be compared with no less great expectations promised with the new Supreme Court at the beginning of judicial reform in 2016.
Public opinion of reforms is crucial for feedback between government and society with regard to adjusting the content of reform as well as related communication campaigns.
The healthcare system of Ukraine has been in need of fundamental changes for many years.
Civil Network OPORA has prepared the second research on the distribution of state subventions for social and economic development between single-member districts in Ukraine.