Team of the CPLR creates a short video to show which changes will be in Ukraine if civil society actors work together
Roundtable ‘Problems and perspectives in implementation of political party funding’ on 9 October, 2017
The political party funding reform in Ukraine was launched back in 2015, and is currently undergoing the implementation stage. There are more than enough problems with its implementation: starting from attempts by certain Parliament members to revise it and ending with unwillingness on behalf of the government to finance political parties at the level required by the law
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
Activity Report for 2017 includes CPLR’s achievements within key processes in 2017, analytical products and media activity, publications and budget of the organization
In October 2017, Centre of Policy and Legal Reform started to develop a regional network of Think Tanks – Ukrainian Public Law and Administration Network. We have teamed up so that civil society gets more opportunities to influence the authorities and local government with the purpose of strengthening reforms.
In 2018 the Centre of Policy and Legal Reform achieved the highest rating of financial transparency – got 5 stars according to a globally non-profit initiative Transparify (Georgia). Transparify has rated nearly 100 think tanks as highly or broadly transparent on their levels of financial disclosure. The final list 2018 has included 67 Think Tanks with 5-star transparency, 6 Think Tanks from Ukraine.
Leading anti-corruption organizations call on presidential candidates to present their proposals of solving key problems of the state anti-corruption policy.
Board of the CPLR has made a decision on the think-tank reorganization and expansion of its activities
International organization Transparify, which has been assessing the level of financial transparency of think tanks worldwide since 2014, has surveyed 200 think tanks in 47 countries in order to determine whether they make available information on who finances them.