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How to Convince the Residents of East and South of Ukraine about the Benefits of the European Integration: Opinions of Experts and International Experience

Supported by: Vidrodzhennia International Foundation

Project span: April – September 2014

Leading project organization: The Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiative Foundation (DIF), Kyiv

Partners: Institute for Public Affairs (IVO), Bratislava; Institute of Public Affairs (ISP), Warsaw

Participant for IVO: Grigorij Mesežnikov (researcher-analyst)

Objective: To offer through the published analyzes and expert discussions, open to the public, experiences of the new EU member countries, especially Slovakia and Poland, with reform process in the pre-accession period, with participation in the accession process, with activities of non-governmental analytical centers (think tanks) and members of expert community in the area of reforms and European integrations.


- Round tables in Ukrainian cities: Perspektívy európskych reforiem v Ukrajine: Vnútorný potenciál a skúsenosti susedov 

- Collection of expert papers: Євроінтеграція України: досвід сусідів та перспективи об’єднання суспільства

- Collection of expert papers: European integration of Ukraine: experience of neighbors and prospects of consolidation

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