The Anti-Corruption Research and Education Center has successfully completed the research project “The Influence of Civil Society on the Implementation of Anti-Corruption Reforms in Ukraine” in cooperation with Leiden University (Netherlands), presenting the results of the study.
The research project “The Influence of Civil Society on the Implementation of Anti-Corruption Reforms in Ukraine” was implemented for 1.5 years to thoroughly analyze political roles and factors that determine the effectiveness and inefficiency of NGOs in the field of anti-corruption at the regional level.
To achieve this goal, 242 interviews were conducted with anti-corruption NGOs in 57 cities in 23 regions of Ukraine.
The result of the project was a collection of analytical materials consisting of two analytical articles and two policy briefings, which reveal various aspects and conditions for influencing the implementation of anti-corruption reforms by anti-corruption NGOs at the regional level of Ukraine.
English and Ukrainian versions of analytical products based on the results of the study are already available in the Library on the official ACREC website.
We thank Max Bader, a professor at Leiden University, Oksana Huss, a researcher at Leiden University and ACREC Development Coordinator, Oksana Nesterenko, ACREC Executive Director, and ACREC junior analysts such as Maria Mammadbekova, Alina Los, and Christina Hambek for participating in the project.