Local executive authorities and self-government bodies should implement the European integration policy, communicate relevant information to local business and strengthen cooperation with them for faster implementation of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement.
Call for applications on preparing analytical documents, conducting stakeholders’ dialogue, public awareness-raising and advocacy activities on implementing the priorities of the Association Agreement and the Eastern Partnership initiative.
ICO “Environment-People-Law” (EPL) will provide consultations for business organizations engaged in implementation of the Environmental Impact Assessment
This trend will maintain in the near future.
A complete reboot of power in Ukraine and Moldova is not only a chance for changes, the request for which has grown dramatically in the societies of both countries. It is also a test for democracy. It is too early to say whether the new leaders have passed this test, but the summer has already shown some important trends.
Experts analysed to what extent the political parties took into account the pro-European agenda in their election programmes and whether these programmes are in line with the European course of the country in general.
The policy paper offering civil society assessment of the Eastern Partnership policy after ten years of implementation as well as recommendations for beyond 2020.
This summary includes a complex analysis of all the spheres of the Association Agreement ((hereinafter - AA), that are connected to the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Area (hereinafter - DCFTA), namely: technical barriers to trade, custom procedures, digital single market, financial services, public procurement market, and gas market. The main essence of the DCFTA and the AA, in general, is a unilateral regulatory approximation in exchange for economic integration. According to the AA, Ukraine is obliged to adopt and implement the acquis - EU legislative norms, rules and technical standards.
Approximately 350 organizations, 62 of which are members of both Platforms
The Ukrainian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum (UNP) is a network of over 200 Ukrainian civil society organizations that aims at advocating Ukrainian interests within the framework of the Eastern Partnership initiative. UNP is a part of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum. The Ukrainian National Platform represents interests of Ukrainian civil society within the CSF framework, brings to the knowledge of authorities of Ukraine and institutions of the EU and its Member States its position, produces analytical papers, organizes discussion events and informs the public about the EaP potential and challenges. The UNP’s CSOs work within five working groups formed according to EaP areas and priorities.
200 non-governmental organizations
The Ukrainian Side of the EU-Ukraine Civil Society Platform (UA CSP), which consists of 15 members representing civil society organizations, trade unions and employers’ organizations, is a part of the EU-Ukraine Civil Society Platform (CSP) established in pursuance of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement (Articles 469-470). The CSP is one of four core elements of the Association Agreement’s institutional framework. The UA CSP has a wider scope. Based on activities of the six thematic groups uniting about 250 organizations, the UA CSP monitors the AA implementation, produces analytical papers, conducts multi-stakeholder discussions related to priority issues of EI reforms and gives relevant recommendations to Ukrainian and European authorities as well as other stakeholders.
15 members representing various sectors of Ukraine's civil society 250 non-governmental organizations