Ukraine’s Slow Struggle for Reform @ Carnegie Europe, Brussels [27 avril]

Ukraine’s Slow Struggle for Reform

16:00 - 17:30

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Carnegie Europe
15 Rue du Congrès, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
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— In the past year, major reforms in Ukraine have proceeded more slowly than previously against the background of consolidation of executive power under President Petro Poroshenko, resistance from oligarchs, opposition in the parliament, and conflict in the country’s east and with Russia. Nonetheless, despite a slim and fragile parliamentary majority, the government has maintained reform momentum. At this pace, can Ukraine manage to overcome the daunting political, economic, social, and security challenges still facing the country?

In continuation of its Reforming Ukraine project, the Carnegie Endowment is relaunching the Ukraine Reform Monitor, which provides regular independent, fact-based, rigorous assessments of the scope and quality of reforms in Ukraine.

To mark the launch of the April 2017 edition of the Ukraine Reform Monitor, Carnegie Europe will host a panel discussion featuring Ukrainian experts Anastasiya Leukhina, member of the Monitor team, and Valerii Pekar, co-founder of the New Country civic platform. Dirk Schuebel, head of division for the Eastern Partnership at the European External Action Service, and Dmytro Shymkiv, deputy head of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine, will weigh in on the discussion from EU and Ukrainian standpoints, respectively. Carnegie nonresident scholar Balázs Jarábik will moderate.

Anastasiya Leukhina is the rule-of-law and policing coordinator at the U.S. Department of Justice International Criminal Investigative Training Program in Kyiv, a member of the Expert Council on Reform at the Ministry of Interior of Ukraine, and a contributor to Carnegie’s Ukraine Reform Monitor.

Valerii Pekar is a co-founder of the New Country civic platform.

Dirk Schuebel is the head of division for the Eastern Partnership and for bilateral relations with Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, and the Southern Caucasus at the European External Action Service.

DMYTRO SHYMKIVDmytro Shymkiv is the deputy head of the Administration of the President of Ukraine and secretary of Ukraine’s National Reforms Council.


Balázs Jarábik is a nonresident scholar in the Russia and Eurasia Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
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