The panel discussion on April 25 focused on the fight against corruption, healthcare and economic reform. Ukrainian experts Anastasiya Leukhina and Valerii Pekar, together with Carnegie’s Balázs Jarábikt tackled the question why the progress of the reforms in Ukraine was slower than expected. As key factors they identified communication and civil society.
Read more in the new edition of the Ukraine Reform Monitor from April 2017 which can be found here.
Carnegie’s Ukraine Reform Monitor provides regular independent, fact-based, rigorous assessments of the scope and quality of reforms in Ukraine.
This event is part of Carnegie’s Reforming Ukraine project and is supported in part by grants from the Center for East European and International Studies (Zentrum für Osteuropa- und internationale Studien, ZOiS) and the Open Society Foundations.