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Police Commissions in Ukraine: Report on the Results of Research


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Police Commissions in Ukraine: Report on the Results of Research

Oleksandr Banchuk, Eugene Krapyvin, Borys Malyshev; 2018, 192 pages

Police commissions — is a new instrument that improved transparency, quality of selection and career possibilities of police officers. This research is the first basic description of activity of police commissions. It includes the information on formation of commissions, problems of legislative regulation of their activity, judicial practice of appealing against decisions of commissions and other elements of this mechanism of public control.

Full report on the results of the monitoring program of litigation in Ukraine


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Full report on the results of the monitoring program of litigation in Ukraine

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe; 2018, 88 pages

Full report on the results of the Litigation Monitoring Program in Ukraine, implemented by the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform in 2017 with the support of the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine and financial support of the Canadian Ministry of International Affairs within the framework of the project "Ensuring the observance of human rights in the administration of justice".

Justice in the East of Ukraine in conditions of armed aggression of the Russian Federation


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Justice in the East of Ukraine in conditions of armed aggression of the Russian Federation

Ed.: Roman Kuybida, Markian Galabala; 2018, 172 pages

Report on the results of the investigation of the judicial system's capacity to provide justice in an armed conflict in eastern Ukraine (2016-2017). The research was conducted on the initiative of the organizational and financial support of the Program "Human Rights and Justice" of the International Renaissance Foundation.

Results of the EU Project


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Results of the EU Project

Centre of Policy and Legal Reform; 2018, 47 pages

Report on monitoring of court sessions in cases that were settled by NABU detectives


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Report on monitoring of court sessions in cases that were settled by NABU detectives

V. Valko, O. Soroka; 2018, 14 pages

The analytical paper was developed based on the results of monitoring by the Council of Public Control at NABU, Centre of Policy and Legal Reform and 6 regional monitors. Regional monitoring was carried out with the support and in cooperation with NGO "Civil Society Control Platform"

Freedom of peaceful assemblies in Ukraine: the search for an optimal model of regulation


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Semi-presidentialism and Inclusive Governance in Ukraine: Reflections for Constitutional Reform


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Semi-presidentialism and Inclusive Governance in Ukraine: Reflections for Constitutional Reform

Sujit Choudhry, Thomas Sedelius and Julia Kyrychenko; 2018, 76 pages

This report assesses the ways in which the semi-presidential form of government can be best structured to promote stable, democratic and inclusive governance in Ukraine.  It does so by analysing key challenges to Ukraine’s  constitutional stability in recent decades, presenting relevant comparative knowledge from other semi-presidential systems in the region and globally, and offering reflections on the Ukrainian context, which could benefit a wide range of stakeholders, such as legislators, policy advisors, think tanks and civil society.  Over the past few decades, constitutional stability in Ukraine has faced four main challenges: (a) recurring institutional conflict among the president, legislature and government, which has stalemated the political system and prevented effective legislation; (b) a presidency that has fallen prey to autocratic tendencies; (c) a fragmented and weak party system that has undermined the capacity of the legislature to act coherently; and (d) a weak constitutional culture and a weak Constitutional Court, manifested by irregular, politically motivated unilateral amendments to the Constitution.  In responding to these challenges, the report identifies the following key objectives: (a) guarding against presidential autocracy; (b) effective power sharing and executive leadership; and (c) an effective legislature that is capable of exercising oversight of the president and the government, as well as effectively enacting legislation. 

Semi-presidentialism and Inclusive Governance in Ukraine: Reflections for Constitutional Reform


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Semi-presidentialism and Inclusive Governance in Ukraine: Reflections for Constitutional Reform

Sujit Choudhry, Thomas Sedelius and Julia Kyrychenko; 2018, 74 pages

This report assesses the ways in which the semi-presidential form of government can be best structured to promote stable, democratic and inclusive governance in Ukraine. It does so by analysing key challenges to Ukraine’s  constitutional stability in recent decades, presenting relevant comparative knowledge from other semi-presidential systems in the region and globally, and offering reflections on the Ukrainian context, which could benefit a wide range of stakeholders, such as legislators, policy advisors, think tanks and civil society. Over the past few decades, constitutional stability in Ukraine has faced four main challenges: (a) recurring institutional conflict among the president, legislature and government, which has stalemated the political system and prevented effective legislation; (b) a presidency that has fallen prey to autocratic tendencies; (c) a fragmented and weak party system that has undermined the capacity of the legislature to act coherently; and (d) a weak constitutional culture and a weak Constitutional Court, manifested by irregular, politically motivated unilateral amendments to the Constitution. In responding to these challenges, the report identifies the following key objectives: (a) guarding against presidential autocracy; (b) effective power sharing and executive leadership; and (c) an effective legislature that is capable of exercising oversight of the president and the government, as well as effectively enacting legislation.  

Analytical report on the implementation of a constitutional complaint


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Analytical report on the implementation of a constitutional complaint

J. Kyrychenko, B. Bondarenko ; 2018, 40 pages

Scientific and practical commentary on the Law


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Scientific and practical commentary on the Law

O. Banchuk, O. Dudorov, V. Lutsyk, V. Popovych, O. Soroka, M. Khavroniuk; 2018, 472 pages

Constitution of the Republic of Poland


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Constitution of the Republic of Poland

V. Shapoval ; 2018, 82 pages

The brochure contains the Constitution of the Republic of Poland of 1997 in the translation into Ukrainian of Volodymyr Shapoval and his introductory article. The brochure is addressed to all interested in issues of constitutionalism. 

 Constitution of the French Republic


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Constitution of the French Republic

V. Shapoval ; 2018, 56 pages

The brochure contains the Constitution of the French Republic of 1958 in the translation into Ukrainian of Volodymyr Shapoval and his introductory article. The brochure is addressed to all interested in issues of constitutionalism. The brochure contains the Constitution of the French Republic of 1958 in the translation into Ukrainian of Vladimir Shapoval and his introductory article. The brochure is addressed to anyone interested in issues of constitutionalism.

Legal Think Tanks and Governments Capacity Building Report


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Legal Think Tanks and Governments Capacity Building Report

Romana Březovská, Veronika Lapšanská, Viktoria Lichá, Aneta Vondrová, Ivett Császár, Eszter Kiss, Domokos Lázár, László Majtényi, Zoltán Miklósi, Emese Pásztor, Bernadette Somody, Ilie Chirtoacă, Sorina Macrinici, Łukasz Bojarski, Grzegorz Wiaderek, Ivana Figuli, Eva Kováčechová, Tetiana Blyzniuk, Maksym Sereda; Edited by Łukasz Bojarski Filip Wejman ; 2017, 248 pages

Good governance requires evidence-based, carefully considered decision making. Legal Think Tanks (LTTs) can play an important role in the area of law, policy, and public debate. Reports from six CEE countries (Czechia, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine) prove that despite local differences, there are similar challenges pertaining to interactions between think tanks and governments. This report presents common conclusions offered by selected LTTs based on their experience, best practices and recommendations. Experts of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform Tetiana Blyzniuk and Maksym Sereda took an active part in writing the Report. 

 Report on the results of the trial monitoring program in Ukraine


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Report on the results of the trial monitoring program in Ukraine

OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine, Centre of Policy and Legal Reform ; 2018, 23 pages

Establishment of the new Supreme Court: key lessons


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Establishment of the new Supreme Court: key lessons

R. Kuybida, B. Malyshev, T. Shepel, R. Marusenko; 2018, 35 pages

Establishment of the NEW Supreme court: 2 Achievements and 12 failures Analysts from the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform and DEJURE Foundation tracked and recorded the course of the competition to the Supreme Court and prepared an analytical report thereon. For the first time, the selection of judges to the highest judicial institution proceeded through an open competition which lasted almost a year and ended in November 2017. Already in December that year, the new court started its operation. The selection and appraisal of candidates were conducted by the judiciary bodies which mainly consist of the judges themselves: the High Qualifications Commission of Judges (HQCJ) and the High Council of Justice (HCJ). Public Integrity Council (PIC) has been established to support the HQCJ in the assessment of candidates’ integrity in order to introduce public participation in the process of judges’ selection. During the competition, the candidates had to show their compliance with the criteria of competence, integrity and professional ethics. However, there are numerous facts that indicate that the formation of the new Supreme Court was not fair and transparent enough. As a result, it created risks for the operation of the new Supreme Court and revealed problems that need to be eliminated for the sake of establishment of the credible anticorruption court and for effective conduct of qualification assessment of judges.

Establishment of the new Supreme Court: key lessons


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Establishment of the new Supreme Court: key lessons

R. Kuybida, B. Malyshev, T. Shepel, R. Marusenko ; 2018, 35 pages

Analysts from the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform and DEJURE Foundation tracked and recorded the course of the competition to the Supreme Court and prepared an analytical report thereon. For the first time, the selection of judges to the highest judicial institution proceeded through an open competition which lasted almost a year and ended in November 2017. Already in December that year, the new court started its operation. The selection and appraisal of candidates were conducted by the judiciary bodies which mainly consist of the judges themselves: the High Qualifications Commission of Judges (HQCJ) and the High Council of Justice (HCJ). Public Integrity Council (PIC) has been established to support the HQCJ in the assessment of candidates’ integrity in order to introduce public participation in the process of judges’ selection. During the competition, the candidates had to show their compliance with the criteria of competence, integrity and professional ethics. However, there are numerous facts that indicate that the formation of the new Supreme Court was not fair and transparent enough. As a result, it created risks for the operation of the new Supreme Court and revealed problems that need to be eliminated for the sake of establishment of the credible anticorruption court and for effective conduct of qualification assessment of judges.

Results of the survey "State Bureau of Investigation: Priorities of Work"


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Results of the survey "State Bureau of Investigation: Priorities of Work"

О. Banchuk, Y. Krapyvin, B. Malyshev, V. Petrakovskyi; 2017, 8 pages

 Scientific and practical commentary for the Law of Ukraine


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Scientific and practical commentary for the Law of Ukraine

K. Vashchenko, I. Koliushko, V.Tymoshchuk, V. Derets ( responsible editor); 2017, 796 pages

A community participation in the improvement of the quality of administrative services


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A community participation in the improvement of the quality of administrative services

V. Tymoshchuk, Y. Shkolnyi, A. Kolokhina, Y. Borodin; Edited by V. Tymoshchuk; 2017, 73 pages

Prevention of corruption: methodological recommendations for community leaders


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Prevention of corruption: methodological recommendations for community leaders

D. Kalmykov, D. Sinchenko, O. Soroka, M. Khavronyuk, G. Shvedova; Edited by M. Khavronyuk; 2017, 242 pages

Civil Participation in Decision Making in the Eastern Partnership Countries Part II: Practice and Implementation


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Civil Participation in Decision Making in the Eastern Partnership Countries Part II: Practice and Implementation

Victor Tymoshchuk and Yevgen Shkolnyi, from p.267 to p.331; 2017, 358 pages

Research of Ukrainian law-making process reality and non-government initiatives has been conducted by the CPLR experts Tymoshchuk and Yevgen Shkolnyi They used many different research approaches for comprehensive coverage of the inquiry results, including interviews with government officials and civil society representatives. For instance, members of 8th Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada Alyona Shkrum and Tetiana Ostrikova, Ex-deputy Minister of Finance of Ukraine Olena Makeieva, Ex-deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Mikhail Titarchuk, Adviser of Minister of Justice of Ukraine Roman Usenko, the CPLR Board Member Yuliya Kyrychenko, etc. took part in spotlight interviews.The research includes best practices and recommendations, which after their implementation can hasten a process of citizens participation in making political decisions. 

Alternative report on assessment of efficiency of state anti-corruption policy implementation


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Alternative report on assessment of efficiency of state anti-corruption policy implementation

M. Khavronyuk, I. Koliushko, V. Tymoshchuk and others; Chief Editor - M. Khavronyuk; 2017, 445 pages

The community and law enforcement bodies: control, monitoring, cooperation


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The community and law enforcement bodies: control, monitoring, cooperation

O. Banchuk, Yu. Gadzieva, B. Malyshev, S. Pernykova, U. Shadska. Edited by O. Banchuk; 2017, 77 pages

Executive Summary of the Shadow report on evaluating the effectiveness of state anti-corruption policy implementation


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Executive Summary of the Shadow report on evaluating the effectiveness of state anti-corruption policy implementation

М. Khavronyuk, I.Koliushko, V. Tymoshchuk, and others; 2017, 57 pages

The Summary presents main conclusions formulated based on the results of public evaluation of the efficiency of state anti-corruption policy implementation. The evaluation covers mainly 2016, but it extends in some aspects (in particular, in the context of historical comparison) back to 2013-2015 and earlier periods, as well as January - February 2017.  Shadow report on evaluating the effectiveness of state anti-corruption policy implementation (basic analytical document) prepared on the basis of specially developed methodology of comprehensive internal evaluation of country's progress in the anti-corruption area, which was first applied during the preparation of analytical report in 2015 and covers the following four areas: 1) anti-corruption policy; 2) prevention of corruption; 3) criminalization of corruption and law enforcement activity; 4) international cooperation.

Summary of the Alternative report on assessment of efficiency of state anti-corruption policy implementation


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Summary of the Alternative report on assessment of efficiency of state anti-corruption policy implementation

M. Khavronyuk, I.Koliushko, V.Tymoshchuk, B.Malyshev,D. Kalmykov, O. Soroka, Ya. Yurchyshyn, O.Kalitenko, O. Lemenov, R.Sivers ; 2017, 61 pages

E-State: New Management Effectiveness


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E-State: New Management Effectiveness

A. Barikova; 2016, 224 pages

The book deals with reforming of informational area in Ukraine considering the European integration process, namely e-democracy and e-governance. Foreign experience of legal regulation is used to outline the e-government and e-democracy functioning, public control of information protection. The monograph will be useful to those who are related to the issues of e-democracy, e-governance, access to public information, information security on doctrinal and practical levels, in particular researchers in the field of information law, government officials, media representatives, students, teachers, and anyone who explores urgent issue of informational and administrative law.

Monitoring report on implementation of the Law “On Amending Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine Relating to Preventing and Countering Political Corruption” of October 8, 2015 #731-VIII


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Monitoring report on implementation of the Law “On Amending Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine Relating to Preventing and Countering Political Corruption” of October 8, 2015 #731-VIII

M. Khavronyuk, Yu. Kyrychenko, D. Kalmykov, O. Soroka, B. Bondarenko; 2016, 81 pages

The report highlights the issues on the political parties willingness to implement a new law on the political parties financing; comprehensiveness of relevant legislation; the political parties statements on property, income, expenses and financial obligations for the first, second and third quarters of 2016; the reports form and quality; powers of the NAPC and other supervisory bodies and their interactions concerning the political party financing; applying sanctions for violations of the law on the political parties fin ancing.  

Executive Authority (theoretical and constitutional aspects)


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Executive Authority (theoretical and constitutional aspects)

Volodymyr Shapoval, edited by the Board of CPLR; 2016, 80 pages

There are analysed problems of Executive Authority and problems, connected with its organising. 

Referendum: Ukrainian experience and European standards


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Referendum: Ukrainian experience and European standards

Volodymyr Shapoval, edited by Ihor Koliushko and Nadiya Pashkova ; 2016, 66 pages

Volodymyr Shapoval describes general issues about  the national referendum institute, a legal regulation of the national referendum in Ukraine as compared to international practices. 

Communicating Sensitive Issues: The Challenges Facing Think Tanks


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Communicating Sensitive Issues: The Challenges Facing Think Tanks

Ermy Ardhyanti, Mykola Stepanov, Francesca Uccelli, and Radka Vicenová; 2016, 71 pages

This document is the result of a collaboration amongst four think tanks from four countries: the Centre for European and North Atlantic Affairs (CENAA) from Slovakia; the Centre for Political and Legal Reforms (CPLR) from Ukraine; the Institute of Peruvian Studies (IEP) from Peru; and Article 33 from Indonesia. The aim of this collaborative study is to exchange information and reflections from the participating organisations and their external communication practices, with a focus on the challenges faced when communicating research results about sensitive issues. The study intends to systematize, analyse and compare how think tanks disseminate information on topics that usually divide and polarize society, while reflecting on how think tanks’ communication traditions and experiences are used to influence changes in society.  To achieve our goal, we developed case studies of each organisation and used an on-the-go-design. During the exchange process, participants had the opportunity to reflect on their own organisations, its communication practices, and compare them with organisations of different sizes and practices and who work in different political contexts.  Despite the differences amongst organisations, there are similarities in the challenges each organisation faces when communicating sensitive issues, and the way they choose to deal with those. All four think tanks address research topics that somehow affect power relations and challenge the way society is organized. The communication choices –on what, how, when, and for whom–is usually led by the research expert, with the communicator’s perspective as a complementary role. Through this exercise, we found that the four think tanks disseminate their work through the same activities and target groups: (i) Organizing a meeting with policymakers, (ii) Publishing written outcomes, (iii) Organizing and participating in conferences, seminars, round tables, educational events, workshops, and trainings, and (iv) through traditional media and social media. The exercise showed the main differences to be amongst the research content and the specific strategies and activities that each organisation uses. For example, the scale and combination of activities depends mainly on institutional traditions and budget constraints.  

Key Legal Reforms 2014-2015: How Have the European Standards Been Implemented? (in Ukrainian)


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Key Legal Reforms 2014-2015: How Have the European Standards Been Implemented? (in Ukrainian)

Edited by Roman Kuіbida. Authors: O.Banchuk, A.Barikova, I.Dmitrieva, Y.Kyrychenko, R.Kuibida, M.Sereda; 2016, 74 pages

For two years, the experts of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform have been measuring the progress in three reform areas — constitutional reform, judicial reform, and prosecutorial reform — which are seen as key for the rule of law, by using a new tool known as the Reform Speedometer (eu.pravo.org.ua). This Speedometer shows the degree of Ukraine’s implementation of European standards and recommendations in the relevant areas. This report focuses on key events that have influenced the development of legal reforms and, consequently, the Speedometer indices, and their significance for European integration. Project "Ukraine — EU Speedometer: Constitutional and Judicial Reforms".

Key Legal Reforms 2014-2015: How Have the European Standards Been Implemented? (in English)


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Key Legal Reforms 2014-2015: How Have the European Standards Been Implemented? (in English)

Edited by Roman Kuіbida. Authors: O.Banchuk, A.Barikova, I.Dmitrieva, Y.Kyrychenko, R.Kuibida, M.Sereda; 2016, 74 pages

For two years, the experts of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform have been measuring the progress in three reform areas — constitutional reform, judicial reform, and prosecutorial reform — which are seen as key for the rule of law, by using a new tool known as the Reform Speedometer (eu.pravo.org.ua). This Speedometer shows the degree of Ukraine’s implementation of European standards and recommendations in the relevant areas. This report focuses on key events that have influenced the development of legal reforms and, consequently, the Speedometer indices, and their significance for European integration.

Trial momotoring: manual for NGO


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Trial momotoring: manual for NGO

Banchuk О., Kuybida R., Sereda M.; 2015, 70 pages

This publication is designed to help NGOs in their activity on trial monitoring in order to increase public knowledge of the judicial system operating.  There are examples of foreign experience of trial monitoring process you can find in this paper.  The manual is based on the methodology developed by the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights. The number of advices are given by the authors on organization of trial monitoring in Ukraine  taking into account Ukrainian realities. The manual also contains sample questionnaire and example of completing the questionnaire. The list of recommended sources gives a brilliant opportunity to improve knowledge about the mechanism of supervision and evaluation of the judiciary. The publication is intended for managers and representatives of NGOs. 

Provision of administrative services in municipal sector. Manual for officials of local self-government


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Provision of administrative services in municipal sector. Manual for officials of local self-government

Victor Tymoshchuk / Association of Ukrainian Cities; 2015, 124 pages

Community oriented policing in Europe: concept, theory and practice (EUCPN publication)


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Community oriented policing in Europe: concept, theory and practice (EUCPN publication)

General editors of Ukrainian edition: Banchuk O.A., Dmytrieva I.O., Saidova Z.M.; 2015, 136 pages

Compensation for victims of violent crimes: European standards and international legislation


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Compensation for victims of violent crimes: European standards and international legislation

Banchuk O.A., Dmytrieva I.O., Malyshev B.V., Saidova Z.M. Edited by O. Banchuk; 2015, 269 pages

Updating the Constitution as the Completion of the Revolution


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Updating the Constitution as the Completion of the Revolution

Anna Barikova, Kateryna Davydenko, Yaryna Zhurba, Yuliya Kyrychenko, Ihor Koliushko, Roman Kuybida; 2015, 70 pages

This publication has been prepared by the experts of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform, in the framework of the project: “Using International Expertise and Public Consultation in the Process of Amending the Constitution of Ukraine”, which is supported by the International Renaissance Foundation.

Alternative report on the evaluation of effectiveness of state anticorruption policy


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Alternative report on the evaluation of effectiveness of state anticorruption policy

R.Riaboshapka, O.Khmara, O.Kukharuk, M.Khavronyuk, O.Kalitenko. Edited by А.V. Voloshyna; 2015, 274 pages

Administrative services: condition and prospects of reforming


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Administrative services: condition and prospects of reforming

Tymoshchuk V.P., Dobryanska N.L., Kurinnyi O.V., Sckolnyi Y.O. and others; 2015, 428 pages

35 informal practices in the criminal justice of Ukraine


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35 informal practices in the criminal justice of Ukraine

O.A. Banchuk, I.O. Dmytrieva, L.M. Loboyko, Z.M. Saidova; 2014, 49 pages

Administrative services for you. A manual for a citizen


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Administrative services for you. A manual for a citizen

Tymoshchuk V.P., Shkolnyi Y., Ukrainskiy D. ; 2014, 44 pages

Judicial decisions writing manual


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Judicial decisions writing manual

Roman Kuybida, Oksana Syroid; 2013, 225 pages

Constitutional reform: Centre's of Policy and Legal Reform sourcebook of 2007-2013


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Constitutional reform: Centre's of Policy and Legal Reform sourcebook of 2007-2013

Editor: I. Koliushko; 2013, 166 pages

The publication contains the materials of the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform in the area of constitutional reform of 2007 – 2013, in particular: analytical articles, synthesis of White and Green papers on constitutional reform, proposals to the draft Concept of constitutional reform, proposals, draft decisions related to the activities of the Constitutional Assembly and other materials. Collected in this edition, the materials are relevant and can be used when carrying out constitutional reform in the interests of the Ukrainian society in 2014. The book can be interesting for scientists, parliamentarians, public figures, teachers, postgraduates, students and all those interested in the issue of constitutional reform in Ukraine.

Implementation of the new Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine in 2013 (monitoring report)


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Implementation of the new Criminal Procedure Code of Ukraine in 2013 (monitoring report)

O.A. Banchuk, I.O. Dmytrieva, Z.M. Saidova, M.I. Khavronyuk ; 2013, 40 pages

Disciplinary responsibility of judges in Ukraine: problems of legislation and practice


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Disciplinary responsibility of judges in Ukraine: problems of legislation and practice

Editor: I.B. Koliushko. Authors: R. Kuybida, M. Sereda; 2013, 72 pages

Decentralization of public authority: the experience of European countries and prospects for Ukraine


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Decentralization of public authority: the experience of European countries and prospects for Ukraine

O.M. Boryslavska. I.B. Zaverukha, A.M. Shkolyk and others; 2012, 212 pages

Administrative services. A manual


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Administrative services. A manual

Viktor Tymoshchuk; 2012, 104 pages

A new authority - challenges of modernization


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A new authority - challenges of modernization

Editors: I.Byrakovskyi - Chief Editor, Y.Bystryzkyi, I.Koliushko, O.Sushko; 2011, 260 pages

Development of public law in Ukraine (a report for 2009-2010)


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Development of public law in Ukraine (a report for 2009-2010)

Edited by N.V.Aleksandrova, I.B. Koliushko; 2011, 726 pages

How to contest a misbehavior of a 	judge? A manual for citizens


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How to contest a misbehavior of a judge? A manual for citizens

R.O. Kuybida, T.V. Ruda; 2011, 48 pages

How to determine a competent court on your case? An updated edition


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A guide for a participant of a criminal procedure. An updated edition


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A guide for a participant of a criminal procedure. An updated edition

General editor - R.O.Kuybida. Authors: O.A. Banchuk, P.M. Zaliznyak, A.O. Shaipov; 2011, 80 pages

A guide for a participant of a civil procedure. An updated edition


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Administrative acts: a procedure of adoption and termination


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How to acquaint with a judicial decision? An updated edition


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How to acquaint with a judicial decision? An updated edition

General editor - R.O. Kuybida. Composer - T.V. Ruda; 2011, 24 pages

Development of administrative justice in FSU Region


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Development of administrative justice in FSU Region

R.O. Kuybida, V.P. Tymoshchuk; 2010, 144 pages

Strategy for modernization of Ukraine: defining the priorities of reforms


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Strategy for modernization of Ukraine: defining the priorities of reforms

Experts of the master analytic centers in Ukraine; 2009, 123 pages

Corruption risks in the fields of administrative services and control-supervision activities of public administration in Ukraine


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Corruption risks in the fields of administrative services and control-supervision activities of public administration in Ukraine

Ihor Koliushko, Viktor Tymoshchuk, Oleksandr Banchuk, Iryna Bekeshkina and others; 2009, 196 pages

Why Ukraine needs the Law on access to public information


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Why Ukraine needs the Law on access to public information

M.Demkova, I.Shapoval; 2009, 36 pages

A principle of law supremacy: problems of a theory and practice: in two volumes


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A principle of law supremacy: problems of a theory and practice: in two volumes

Editor: Y.S. Shemshuchenko, V.B. Averyanov; 2008, 314 pages

How to increase an access to the public information


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How to increase an access to the public information

M.Demkova, I.Latsyba, A.Marushchak; 2008, 56 pages

The Green Book of the Ukrainian constitutional reform


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The Green Book of the Ukrainian constitutional reform

Edited by I. Koliushko, Y. Kyrychenko; 2007, 32 pages

Public service. Foreign experience and proposals for Ukraine


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Public service. Foreign experience and proposals for Ukraine

Edited by V.Tymoshchuk, A. Shkolyk; 2007, 735 pages

The opposition benefits for you: the experience in the United Kingdom and the proposals to Ukraine


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The opposition benefits for you: the experience in the United Kingdom and the proposals to Ukraine

I. Koliushko, A. Kirmach, K. Burnet, S. Kononchuk; 2007, 36 pages

Сompensation of losses, inflicted by the state or authorities, in extrajudicial procedure


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Сompensation of losses, inflicted by the state or authorities, in extrajudicial procedure

M.S. Demkova, S.S. Koba, I.O. Lavrynenko, D.Y. Ukrainskyi ; 2007, 260 pages

Administrative legal proceedings: problems of practice


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A development of public law in Ukraine (a report for 2005-2006)


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A development of public law in Ukraine (a report for 2005-2006)

Edited by N.V.Aleksandrova, I.B. Koliushko ; 2007, 496 pages

Recommendations on legislative provision of constitutional, administrative and judicial reforms


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Recommendations on legislative provision of constitutional, administrative and judicial reforms

I. Koliushko, Y. Kyrychenko, O. Banchuk, R. Kuybida, T. Ruda, V. Tymoshchuk, D. Ukrainskyi, S. Chykuliy; 2007, 52 pages

How to acquaint with a judicial decision?


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Principles of the administrative proceedings and administrative law. A  textbook


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Principles of the administrative proceedings and administrative law. A textbook

Editors: R.O. Kuybida, V.I. Shyshkina; 2006, 576 pages

An effective public administration ( a manual for ministers)


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An effective public administration ( a manual for ministers)

I. Koliushko, V. Tymoshchuk; 2006, 52 pages

Plan of actions for reforming government authorities system


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Plan of actions for reforming government authorities system

I. Koliushko, V. Tymoshchuk ; 2006, 216 pages

Prospects for local self-government reform


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Prospects for local self-government reform

A. Kirmach, V. Tymoshchuk; 2006, 24 pages

Quality evaluation of government services


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