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New management for local authorities in Eastern regions, December 2015 – April 2016

The project purpose is to reduce the level of social tension and to initiate a dialogue on successful community development in the Eastern regions through the joint efforts of local authorities and civil society within the cities of regional and rayonal significance in Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv, Zaporizhya, Donetsk and Luhansk regions after the local elections 2015 in Ukraine.

Financial support: Ukraine Confidence Building Initiative


 

Promoting Administrative Reform in Northeastern and Central Ukraine, February – July 2015

The UIIP will conduct an informational campaign addressing misconceptions about decentralization in the cities of Chernihiv, Sumy, Kharkiv, Poltava, Kirovograd, Cherkasy, and Zhytomir, as well as in the Kyiv region. It will organize eight, one-day seminars for over 350 participants, conduct eight press conferences for local media, and distribute a series of informational materials. The UIIP will utilize participant feedback to prepare a series of recommendations on efficiently implementing the reforms that will be presented to the government, relevant agencies and the public.

Financial support: National Endowment for Democracy (NED)


Informational campaign on overcoming the stereotypes about the decentralization issues in the Southern regions of Ukraine based on Ukrainian legislation and experience of other countries, December 2014 – May 2015

The project is designed to communicate and explain the features and benefits of decentralization reform in Ukraine comparing with the best international practices and to overcome the stereotype for public officials and Southeastern and Northern regions of Ukraine on decentralization.

Financial support: Deutsche Botschaft, Kiew


Regional Academy on Transborder Cooperation 2014, October 2014 – January 2015

Trans-border Academy for civil society organizations representatives of Moldova (particularly Transdniestrian region) and Ukraine is supposed to enhance professional development and efficient communication of NGOs in Ukraine and Moldova, inclusive Transdniestrian region; to increase the professional capacity of civil society organizations representatives; to prepare regional civil society leaders, project managers and the PR managers; to reload cross-border cooperation at the civil society level in region.
Financial support: Deutsche Botschaft, Kiew


Informational campaign on overcoming the stereotypes about the decentralization issues in the Southern regions of Ukraine based on Ukrainian legislation and experience of other countries, September – December 2014

The project is designed to communicate and explain the features and benefits of decentralization reform in Ukraine comparing with the best international practices and to overcome the stereotype for public officials and Southern regions of Ukraine on decentralization.
Financial support: Democracy Grants Program


Vote Smart Campaign for Early Parliamentary Elections 2014 in Ukraine, September-November 2014

The project is aimed to increase Ukrainian citizens’ understanding of basic values and electoral promises of Ukrainian political parties on 2014 Early Parliamentary Elections.  Voter education and mobilization campaign shall address voters’ motivation and preparedness to participate fully in coming soon elections. It shall go beyond simple information about basic values and electoral promises of Ukrainian political parties. Moreover, how their programs and promises links with voters’ wishes and requests. That is why the user-friendly web resource www.vyboromat.net is created within the UIIP project.
Financial support: PACT, UNITER


Factors of cooperation and dialogue of civil society in the settlement of the Transdniester conflict, October 2013 – April 2014

The project dedicated to empowering civil society of the Dniester region (Moldova, Transdniester, Ukraine) through active participation in non-political trans-border projects and contributing to install sustainable dialog between civil society organizations. This will be achieved through an interactive web-platform www.dniester-initiatives.org, which is a helpful tool for civil society in regions. Developing the level of involvement of local communities we can increase the influence on regional policy decision-making processes.
Financial support: International Renaissance Foundation (IRF)


Factors of cooperation and dialogue of civil society in the settlement of the Transniester conflict, November 2013

International conference “Factors for the civil society cooperation and dialogue in Transdnister conflict settlement” was organized by the Ukrainian Institute for International Politics, Odessa Branch of the National Institute for Strategic Studies, under the initiative of the Ukrainian OSCE Chairmanship in November 2013 within this project.
Financial support: Deutsche Botschaft, Kiew

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