10 February 2017
On February 9, the first nonprofit incubator 1991 Open Data Incubator’s team presented five IT services, which could destroy the old corruption schemes in public sector. These services work with tons of open public data to identify and correct deficiencies in the state system making Ukrainian life better.
08 February 2017
Environmental group "Pechenegs" carrying out the project "From analysis to overcome: the creation of a public anti-corruption network" tried to change the situation – they analyzed the implementation of regional programs in Kharkiv and Donetsk regions, and also developed a guide for activists who were engaged in solving local problems.
07 February 2017
New police continue the tradition of the former one concentrating their efforts on prosecuting drug users, not drug traffickers.
30 January 2017
Info victory in the "hybrid war" is no less important than the military one. In the third year of war, Ukrainian state with relative success is defending its basic "information area". However, achievements seem to be significantly smaller there where they are most acutely needed. In particular, in the Donbas, where it is essential to promote Ukrainian information product on a temporarily occupied territory and...
20 January 2017
IRF's letter to President and Prime Minister of Ukraine
13 January 2017
From August to December 2016, 15 independent experts conducted the monitoring on the effectiveness of the distribution of 7 million UAH provided by the government to the Ukrainian public organizations for the implementation of state youth policy in Ukraine. The experts visited 59 events organized by 17 NGOs among the winners. Experts also interviewed 1000 participants. This was discussed during a briefing held in...
12 January 2017
On December 29 2016, the Public Coordinating Council on Integration and Roma rights monitoring left for Sheludkivka village in Zmiiv district, Kharkiv region, where the local hostility to Roma caused the calls for their eviction. Human right activists’ conclusion: the situation remains tense and the one that demands attention from both the public and the authorities.
07 January 2017
We do not share the views expressed by Victor Pinchuk in his article ‘Ukraine Must Make Painful Compromises for Peace With Russia’, published in the Wall Street Journal on December 29, 2016
23 December 2016
Dear colleagues, friends, partners!
The International Renaissance Foundation wishes you a very happy New Year. May the year of 2017 bring us all peace, solidarity, inspiration, and new victories. Thank you very much for the great cooperation and partnership.
19 December 2016
The practice of providing free legal aid to poor people has been always existing. However, the term "clinical legal education" appeared in the early twentieth century in the United States. Its appearance has identified a new trend in the field of legal science.
17 December 2016
For the second year Human Rights and Justice Program Initiative of the International Renaissance Foundation supports the implementation of projects aimed at reforming the police. And not only for structural and organizational changes, and - most importantly - the transformation of their philosophy. In particular, the introduction of the police work’s new principles is focused on the needs of local communities...
16 December 2016
Among the representatives of national minorities of Ukraine, in particular Roma, there is a large number of activists and NGOs who want and could be included in the reform process of the country, but instead they face the constant cases of discrimination and human dignity. The meeting "Approaches to Roma’s integrating and human rights protecting, and the participation of local governments and civil society",...
13 December 2016
During the first two years of the Association Agreement signing about 70 laws have been adopted, aimed at its implementation and realization of reforms, and Ukraine has got a chance to reach a compromise with the EU on some issues, including a referendum in the Netherlands.
13 December 2016
On December 10-11, 1991 Open Data Incubator hosted Anticorruption Weekend. It aimed to find clear innovative IT solutions that can overcome the corruption schemes, and will be able to provide quality service to citizens and businesses.
12 December 2016
On December 12, the Anti-Discrimination Coalition named the anti-award "Discriminator of the year" winners. They were the people’s deputy Anton Gerashchenko, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and the village council of the village Loschynivka in Odessa region. Announcement of the results took place in Kyiv. According to those who made it happen, all the nominees were invited, but none of them showed up for the event.
12 December 2016
Ukrainian Crisis Media Center hosted a presentation of the "Health Index. Ukraine", initiated by the International Renaissance Foundation, the Kyiv International Institute of Sociology and School of Public Health at the National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy" for the annual determination of citizens’ actual satisfaction level of medical help in Ukraine.