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. 

19.07.2018
Centre of Policy and Legal Reform

The seventh issue of Ukrainian Law Enforcement Reform Digest is the result of the common project of NGO “Association UMDPL” and Centre of Policy and Legal Reform with the financial support of European Union.

18.07.2018
Centre of Policy and Legal Reform, Association UMDPL

The Centre of Policy and Legal Reform analysed the situation with the development of Ukraine’s Anticorruption Strategy for 2018-2020 in the article for BlogActiv.

17.07.2018
Centre of Policy and Legal Reform

The Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting preliminary estimated that the total economic gain from anticorruption measures is at 6% of GDP, or USD 6 BN.

16.07.2018
Institute for Economic Research and Policy Consulting

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.

12.07.2018
Centre of Policy and Legal Reform

The Ukrainian Centre for European Policy prepared an article “New food legislation: providing information about products” for BlogActiv.

11.07.2018
Ukrainian Centre for European Policy

The monthly newsletter of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform is devoted to the analysis of the state reform, in particular in the areas of parliamentarism and elections, constitutional and judicial reform, civil service, anti-corruption, etc.

10.07.2018
Centre of Policy and Legal Reform

OPORA has been receiving these days information from various sources about attempts to induce CEC member Kateryna Makhnitska to appeal for early termination of her authority.

09.07.2018
Civil Network “OPORA”

Experts of the Razumkov Centre analysed the main events in Ukrainian domestic policy, national security and defence, economy, energy sector and foreign policy. 

06.07.2018
Razumkov Centre

Following the annexation of Crimea and the military conflict in the East, the white-blue or conventionally perceived “pro-Russian” electorate has decreased by at least 5 million potential voters, but it remains a solid part of all the voters in the country – not less than 20-25% of voters.

05.07.2018
International Centre for Policy Studies