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- Death penalty
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- Schengen Information System
- COVID-19 pandemic
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- Polish-Ukrainian relations
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- Enforced disappearances
- War crimes
Yesterday, 26th January 2015 deputy to Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andriy Levus together with two other deputies registered initiative to implement changes to the law “On the purification of government”.
A hundred days after the signing of the lustration law in Ukraine, the Open Dialogue Foundation organised a manifestation on Bankova street in Kiev.
In connection with the presentation of the report summarising the legislative work on the Ukrainian lustration law, the project coordinator from the Foundation presented the latest expert recommendations regarding the changes in the law, which would bring the law more into line with the standards o
Today at 2:00 p.m., the Open Dialogue Foundation presented the report A summary on the development of the law on lustration No. 4359 ‘On lustration of the state authorities’ in the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre.
Agnieszka Piasecka, who on a daily basis monitors the implementation of the lustration reform, including the verification of the justice system, participated in a seminar entitled ‘Lustration of Judiciary: Ukrainian and International Practices’. EU experts, including Professor Lorena Bachmaier Winter, an expert from the Council of Europe and a professor of law from the University […]
The report summarises the problems of Ukrainian lustration in the context of current political circumstances, and describes in detail the work on the act “On Purification of Government” adopted by Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada on 16th September 2014.
Lyudmyla Kozlovska – President of the Open Dialogue Foundation – for Alter Mondes, the French international relations magazine, about international relations, lustration and the situation in Ukraine.
The Civic Lustration Council with the Ministry of Justice has been appointed in Ukraine. At a press conference in Kiev its members were introduced, among them was the President of the Open Dialogue Foundation, Lyudmyla Kozlovska.
On 11 September, 2014, a round table ‘Lustration: International experiences and prospects in Ukraine’, organised jointly by the Kiev office of the Open Dialogue Foundation and USAID FAIR Justice Project, was held at the President Hotel, Kiev.
Since late March 2014 we actively support Lustration Committee of Yehor Sobolev by organizing thematic conferences, study visits in the dedicated institutions in Europe and also a direct hands-on consulting on draft law of Ukraine “On Purification of Government”.
On the 11th September at the Hotel President in Kyiv there will be the Roundtable Lustration: International Experience and Perspectives in Ukraine.
Following publications are a result of an ongoing project of the Open Dialogue Foundation focused on support of lustration initiatives in Ukraine.
Since late March the Open Dialogue Foundation is actively supporting lustration initiatives in Ukraine.
On 1st April the Open Dialogue Foundation organized an international conference “Lustration: solutions for Ukraine” that was held at the Hotel Kozatzky in Kyiv.