This study, conducted with the Transparent Cities programme (Transparency International Ukraine) with the financial support of the European Union, assessed the transparency of the work of Ukrainian city councils during the war. According to the results of the study, Dnipro, Lviv, and Mukachevo have the status of “transparent”. Vinnytsia, Volodymyr, Zhytomyr, Kamianske, Kyiv, Kropyvnytskyi, Lutsk, Ternopil, Uzhhorod, and Chernivtsi are classified as “partially transparent”. Fifty-seven cities are recognised as “non-transparent.”
However, the programme warns that the research should be interpreted only contextually.
The study also includes recommendations and a list of best practices implemented during the war.
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