The Atlantic Council has published an article by Maria Zolkina, political analyst at the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation, on the current state of affairs in the field of conflict-related public perceptions.
We are at a crossroads. The current leadership of the state has opportunities that no one had had before. But the dangers are great.
During the recent National Civic Engagement Poll, respondents were asked questions that measure their level of civic literacy.
The nationwide study was conducted by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation in cooperation with the sociological service of the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology on August 8-20, 2019.
Internews Ukraine and UkraineWorld published a book “Ukraine in Histories and Stories: Essays by Ukrainian intellectuals” in English.
Online-journal “Eurasian Geography and Economics” has published the article “Identity, war, and peace: public attitudes in the Ukraine-controlled Donbas”, written by Olexiy Haran, Maksym Yakovlyev and Mariia Zolkina.
On September 7, thirty-five Ukrainians were released after Kyiv and the Kremlin exchanged prisoners. But the story is far from over.
“Europe without Barriers” presented a field reportage from borderland trip by EWB analyst Ruslan Minich, first published on Atlantic Council on September 19, 2019.
On the eve of Ukraine’s presidential elections, the level of public trust in government institutions was extremely low. The rate of trust-distrust in the President was -46%, in the Verkhovna Rada – -69%, in the Government – -55%.
The nationwide study was conducted jointly by the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation and the Razumkov Centre sociological service on June 13-20, 2019 in every Ukrainian region except for Crimea and occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts.