Members of Ukranian Parliament took test on post-Sovietness from the IWP

03:16 06.03.13
The Institute of World Policy took part in exhibition-presentation of NGOs "Information fair-2013 in the Ukrainian Parliament." In the course of the exhibition, guests had chance to inform oneself about activities, projects and mission of the IWP.

During the fair, the IWP presented project "How to get rid of post-Sovietness?" that is implemented in partnership with the Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (Tbilisi, Georgia), the Institute for Development and Social Initiatives “Viitorul” (Chisinau, Moldova) and with support of the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation.

In the framework of the project, the IWP developed the test on post-Sovietness in order to attract broader attention of the general public to the attributes of this phenomenon

In the course of the exhibition, almost 40 members of Ukrainian Parliament have taken the test, mainly representatives of factions "Batkivshchyna," political party "UDAR," "Svoboda" and those MPs who do not belong to any faction.

The test results showed that the majority of MPs were true Europeans. Therefore, we hope that they will facilitate changes necessary in overcoming post-Sovietness.

The test is available at the website of News Agency


Leaders and Slackers on Ukraine’s Reform Process (ECFR)
13 October, 2016
This text is an annex to “Keeping up appearances: How Europe is supporting Ukraine’s transformation” by Gustav Gressel, Senior Policy Fellow at the ECFR, and has been compiled by national researchers in each of the EU member states.
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