• Top Twelve Biggest Achievements of the Ukrainian Reforms

    29.06. 2016

    The RPR has prepared this analytical report using the materials of the Transparency International Ukraine, the Anticorruption Action Center, CF “Patients of Ukraine”, the Eidos Center for Political Studies and Analysis, the Ukrainian Center for Independent Political Research, and the Center for Economic Strategy. In spite of huge resistance, Ukrainian reforms do produce tangible results and civil society will continue to ... Read more
  • Statement concerning the inadmissibility of persecution Vitaly Kasko

    12.04. 2016

    We, the representatives of civil society demand to stop persecution of ex-Deputy Prosecutor General Vitaliy Kasko by the Prosecutor General’s Office. Mr. Kasko, during his tenure as Deputy Prosecutor General, initiated criminal proceeding in the case of the so called “diamond prosecutors”, in which Oleksandr Korniets, a person close to ex-Prosecutor General, was one of the persons of interest. Right after ... Read more
  • How to ensure the independence of the energy regulator? (press release)

    14.03. 2016

    Reformation of the energy sector and achieving energy independence are key determinants of security of Ukraine and main priorities among reforms. International experience indicates that energy sector reform primarily involves the creation or strengthening of an independent regulatory body. This, in particular, is one the requirements of the European Union’s Third Energy Package, which directly relates to Ukraine as a ... Read more
  • ACTION PLAN To Overcome Government – Parliamentary Crisis: Proposals from Reform Experts

    14.03. 2016

    We, civil society experts from the Reanimation Package of Reforms coalition, Strategic Advisory Groups, and International Renaissance Foundation, who – jointly with government representatives and international partners – take an active part in developing, promoting and overseeing the implementation of key systemic reforms, note once again the inconsistency and lack of transparency of actions of leading politicians and leaders of the country ... Read more
  • How to improve funding of infrastructure development in Kyiv? (press release)

    28.01. 2016

    The current infrastructure development contribution scheme used in Kyiv contains numerous omissions and inaccuracies that can lead to corruption and possible manipulation with contribution payments. Contribution rates enhance administration expenses for businesses and create barriers for investment in construction. This negatively affects Ukraine’s position in international rankings such as the World Bank’s “Doing Business” index. Within research on “Determining the ... Read more