Ukrainian-controlled territories of the Donbas region continue to exist in a complex and ambiguous information environment.
The overwhelming majority of the population of Ukraine (about 63%) is proud to be citizens of Ukraine.
Are you interested in scholarships and grants? Are you writing on educational topics? Within the framework of the project “Accurate reflection of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement in Ukrainian Media”, Internews-Ukraine prepared an infographic about the European and national study programs.
Within a year, the level of awareness of Ukrainians about the decentralization reform has increased.
70% of Ukrainians believe that peace in Donbas requires a compromise resolution. However, only 18% are willing to accept peace at any cost.
The nationwide polling was conducted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation and the Razumkov Centre from June 9-13, 2017.
Ukrainians living in comfortable conditions are ready to sacrifice their rights and freedoms for the sake of prosperity far more actively than residents of the region hit by the armed conflict.
Since 2014, the orientation towards accession to NATO as the best way of guaranteeing the security of Ukraine has prevailed.
38% of Ukrainians consider themselves Europeans. Among the most important factors for European identity they name the feelig of being protected by law, respect for the values of democracy and human rights, and a certain level of material well-being.
Every fifth young person in Ukraine is not permanently employed. What are the cost and the consequences of unemployment at young age?