Bart Tkaczyk: "There is strong statistical corroboration for leadership development resulting in superior organizational performance across organizations of all sizes, sectors and national location"
On effective leadership, its current issues and trends
|14 July, 2015||Politics|
Artem Sytnyk: “Our task is to break the stereotypes of society accustomed to living in a corrupt environment”
In an exclusive interview with The Ukrainian Week, the director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NAB) spoke about fighting corruption in the judiciary, the creation of a “corruption registry”, and its regional management of anti-corruption efforts. Interviewed by Tetiana Omelchenko
|20 January, 2014||News|
Civil Society Forum urges European Commission and European Parliament to impose sanctions against Ukrainian legislators who voted for repressive laws
“The Steering Committee of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum calls upon the European Union to cease all financial assistance to the government of Ukraine, and to impose a travel ban on all 239 Ukrainian MPs who voted on 16 January 2014 for authoritarian new laws,” the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum’s Statement on repressive laws in Ukraine and Azerbaijan claims.
|30 December, 2013||World|
Gintautas Mažeikis: In Ukraine, the “small dog” of civil society has appeared next to the “big elephant” of the revolution
Gintautas Mažeikis, a Lithuanian political scientist and professor of the Kaunas University of Technology, speaks about the uniqueness of Ukraine’s EuroMaidan
|31 July, 2013||Society|
John Kampfner, an external advisor on freedom of expression and culture for Google, talks about new authoritarianism and threats to online privacy
|19 July, 2013||Society|
While Kyivites were passive in opposition protests in the spring, they could well rise in the future
|10 July, 2013||News|
Ukraine abounds in institutionalised and non-institutionalised forms of civil life organisations of various types and provenance, though most of them are either virtually active, or fictional, New Eastern Europe reports
|9 April, 2013||News|
“Yuriy Lutsenko's pardon means very little for Ukraine’s democratic process, as the current ruling powers are determined to remain in that position,” writes Forbes.
|21 February, 2013||Security|
All across Europe supermarkets are clearing their shelves of burgers, frozen lasagne and meat products as millions of angry consumers voice dismay at the latest food scandal.
|24 April, 2012|
A Speech by U.S. Ambassador John F. Tefft to the Students of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy School of Law on April 19, 2012
|17 April, 2012||Society|
Forming a fully-fledged civil society in Ukraine is still a challenge because the numerous existing NGOs have failed to become its foundation
|27 February, 2012||Investigation|
Real as opposed to “puppet” civic activism is something neither dishonest entrepreneurs, nor the government want, which is why the efforts of activists are often quashed
|23 December, 2011||Politics|
The government struggles to hush NGOs that could spur society to protest
|16 December, 2011||Politics|
Dietmar Stüdemann speaks about the upcoming Ukraine-EU summit in Kyiv and the need a state has for the rule of the principles of a civil society