Within three years of operation of the law on decentralization, as many as 665 consolidated territorial communities were established in Ukraine.
The ISER project “Control the budget by your own” provides the creation of a series of educational videos.
On 21 November, Verkhovna Rada registered 178 amendments to the draft Election Code #3112-1, jointly developed by MPs, experts of Civil Network OPORA and International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES).
The experts of the Razumkov Centre analyse the main events in Ukrainian domestic policy, national security and defence, economy, energy sector and foreign policy.
Starting from the next year in Kharkov, the target program “Public budgeting (participatory budgeting) of the city for 2018-2021” will work. Due to this program the community will receive another form of realizing its rights to self-government, while the deputies of the city council will lose their monopoly on determining the costs of the local budget.
Opening access to geodata as well as simplifying the process of obtaining permits may significantly improve the business climate in Ukraine.
In April 2017, the Ukrainian government presented a new vision that would modernise all of the country’s transport facilities and reform the system operations for domestic and external passengers and freight transportation.
Citizenship, in addition to constitutional rights and duties, also presupposes the existence of values on the basis of which a culture of citizenship is being formed.
The struggle of the society for judicial reform was a consequence of the injustice of the Ukrainian justice system, which was particularly evident during the Revolution of Dignity.
On 15-18 November 2017, Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation conducted an expert poll on the assessment of the events of the EuroMaidan, its consequences and lessons for the future. 62 experts participated in the poll.