Empowering young leaders for civic and political activism – with this goal a new format for political education was launched in summer 2016 for three Eastern Partnership countries. More than 160 reform-oriented representatives of political parties and civil society from Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia were trained and engaged in an interactive learning process.
More local funds, but low visibility
What is the state of implementation of the decentralization reform? To answer this question, more than 50 experts, practitioners and local deputies attended the Reform Review Meeting, jointly organized by the Carnegie Endowment and Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung.
The Reform Review Meeting will assess the conceptual and legislative status of decentralization reforms and the process of implementation thereof, and discuss next steps for future reform in Ukraine.
“Eastern Partnership Leaders for Change” with the Eduardo Frei Foundation and Ukrainian Institute for International Politics: our next two regional seminars will take place on October 3-5 in Odessa and on October 6-8 in Kyiv.
During the OSCE conference in Kharkiv on 3 June 2016, civil activist, NGO representatives and journalists discussed the role of the OSCE for civil society and media in Kharkiv, Donezk and Luhanks regions. Their assessment and recommendations are now available in English and Ukrainian.
The Euro-Atlantic Forum for Leadership and Solidarity brought together more than 20 experts and over 200 participants to discuss the transatlantic relations between the US and Europe as well as Ukraine’s role in the transatlantic space.
The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in cooperation with the Atlantic Council and the Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation organizes the Sixth Euro-Atlantic Forum on April 18th/19th in Kyiv
Commemorating Euromaidan's anniversary
To commemorate the Euromaidan and to put forward a white paper of reforms for Ukraine, more than 70 young political leaders from 30 countries came to Kyiv during the YEPP Council Meeting from 3rd to 5th December 2015.
State of Europe with Herman Van Rompuy
24 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, European Council President Herman Van Rompuy expressed his concerns over the challenges Europe is facing today.
Ukrainian culture of memory in the European context
On July 12-14, the Young Peoples´ Movement supported by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation organized the traditional annual camping at the foot of Hoverla, the highest mountain in Ukraine. Thematically, the attention at the event was this year focused on the culture of memory and rethinking of the historical past in Ukraine. In the framework of the debate tournament, the participants discussed the foreign policy perspectives of Ukraine.