The Razumkov Centre prepared the analytical assessments “Ukraine 2017-2018: new realities, old problems”.
What effect did Russia’s attack have on Ukrainian society and on public opinion? And how, in turn, did they influence Ukrainian identity and politics?
In summer 2017, experts from The Center for Political Analysis “Observatory of Democracy” presented a substantive research of the gender situation in Ukraine. Let’s see what changes have taken place since then.
During February 2018, the issues of language policy, in particular with regard to the Article 7 of the Law “On Education” were the main events in the field of identity politics.
As a post-soviet state, Ukraine struggles in general to find a balance between a social policy targeted at improving the quality of life and harsh reforms which would stabilise the national economy.
TEXTY decided to see how the introduction of visa-free regime affected the number of Ukrainians travelling to the EU.
Revolution of Dignity was exactly a revolution, as it affected all spheres of life of the Ukrainian society. This was stated by Svitlana Kononchuk, political analyst and Executive Director of the UCIPR, in her comment to the article devoted to the fourth anniversary of the shootings of protesters on Maidan (the Voice of America).
The official launch of the parliamentary and presidential elections is still far away. However, the fight has already begun, but there are no obvious favourites yet.
A wave of populism has been gaining ground in the West since 2012. Economists, the authors of VoxUkraine, use regional data for 26 European countries to explore how the impact of the Great Recession on labour markets has affected populist voting, political attitudes, and trust.
The Center for Political Analysis “Observatory of Democracy” analysed the situation with civic education in Ukraine.