Sergiy Solodkyy, First Deputy Director of the IWP, presented IWP research “How Could the EU Accelerate Reforms in Ukraine?” at the conferenсe “Ukraine’s Other Front: State of Play and Prospects on Reforms”, held on November 30th, in Brussels.The discussion on the state of implementation of reforms in Ukraine was organized by the Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels in cooperation with the Open Society European Policy Institute and with support of the Think Tank Fund, the International Renaissance Foundation and SIDA.
Sergiy Solodkyy, First Deputy Director of the IWP, told about main findings of IWP research “How Could the EU Accelerate Reforms in Ukraine?”.
Photos: Maria Zolkina
During the panel discussion, invited Ukrainian and EU-based experts discussed a wide range of questions, in particular: How much progress has been made with the reforms? Is the Ukrainian government doing enough? Is support from the international community sufficient to help Ukraine in these difficult times? What is the impact of the recent local elections on the situation in the country, and on the territories affected by the conflict?
The research is a material for discussion, so we invite Ukrainian and foreign experts to express their comments and observations. The final version of policy brief will be published later.
The research was conducted within the project of the Institute of World Policy “New European Policy: Filling the Information Gap”.
This project is implemented under Ukraine National Initiatives to Enhance Reforms (UNITER) program, which is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Pact Inc. IWP also expresses its gratitude to International Renaissance Foundation (IRF), Think Tank Fund (TTF), and Embassy of Sweden in Ukraine (SIDA) for conducting the research.