Transparency International Ukraine Urges Not to Hinder ARMA in Its Legal Activities

Transparency International Ukraine urges the parties participating in the process of transfer for the management of the office spaces in the Gulliver entertainment center to comply with the legal requirements and not to interfere with ARMA…

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CoST Presents Web Portal Transparent Infrastructure

CoST Ukraine has presented the web portal Transparent Infrastructure As part of conducting an extended briefing involving representatives of the biggest enterprises and organizations that work in the sector of infrastructure, minister Volodymyr Omelian called on…

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Anti-Corruption Organizations Urge Roman Nasirov Not to Delay Court Trial

NGOs Anti-Corruption Action Center and Transparency International Ukraine are urging ex-head of the State Fiscal Service Roman Nasirov not to delay the hearing of his case in court. The situation is that Roman Nasirov asked the…

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Project Office Passes eHealth System to MoH

Acting Minister of Health Ulana Suprun has signed documents on the free transfer of intellectual property rights from the public to the Ministry of Healthcare. The development of the MVP (minimum viable product) of the National…

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Presentation of Transparency Ranking of Ukrainian Cities Held in Drohobych

46.2 points out of 100. This is exactly how much Drohobych received for its governmental transparency. These are the results of city transparency research, conducted based on the methodology of the Ukrainian chapter of the global…

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Presentation of Transparency Ranking of Ukrainian Cities Held in Kamianets-Podilskyi

32.38 points out of 100. This is exactly how much Kamianets-Podilskyi received for governmental transparency. These are the results of city transparency research, conducted based on the methodology of the Ukrainian chapter of the global anti-corruption…

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How Can a Regular Person Influence Authorities? Training in Mariupol

The Ukrainian chapter of the global anti-corruption network Transparency International invites activists, journalists and everyone interested in transparency to participate in the training in Mariupol “How Can a Regular Person Influence the Authorities?” At the event, representatives…

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How Can a Regular Person Influence Authorities? Training in Melitopol

The Ukrainian chapter of the global anti-corruption network Transparency International invites activists, journalists and everyone interested in transparency to participate in the training in Melitopol “How Can a Regular Person Influence the Authorities?” At the event,…

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A Year Behind. Everything Ahead: Transparent Cities’ First Anniversary

  It has been 365 days since the beginning of the Transparent Cities project, and on this occasion, the project team is happy to invite friends, partners, journalists, workshop participants and everyone interested to the celebration which will…

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ANNOUNCEMENT | Rules of Effective Communication: How to Make Yourself Heard? Regional Workshop by Practitioners in Sievierodonetsk

On February 9, the Ukrainian chapter of the global anti-corruption organization Transparency International will conduct a workshop Rules of Effective Communication: How to Make Yourself Heard? in Sievierodonetsk as part of of the national campaign I…

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