The European Union and Ukraine today launched a new project aimed at enhancing the political capacity of the Cabinet of Ministers and the Verkhovna Rada to overcome the consequences of the war and move Ukraine towards EU membership.
The Civil Society for Ukraine’s Post-War Recovery and EU Readiness Project will provide expert and communication support to civil society organisations during the development and implementation of relevant laws and policies.
In particular, the project will provide expertise in areas such as reintegration of refugees and IDPs, re-establishing legitimate governance in liberated territories, overcoming military, post-war and other barriers to access to justice, improving public procurement policies and anti-corruption infrastructure, and developing economic reforms in line with military and post-war challenges.
The project will last for 12 months. The EU contribution will amount to over €1 million.
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