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5 Years of Corruption Counteraction: Values and Practices


Values and Practices

1 November

5 Years of Corruption Counteraction:

5 years since full accreditation
On November 1, Transparency International Ukraine CSO will celebrate a symbolic birthday — 5 years since it received the full accreditation. This means that TI Ukraine was granted the honor and the right to be the Ukrainian chapter of Transparency International.

Center of Innovation and Expertise TI Ukraine cordially invites friends and partners to the conference 5 years of Corruption Counteraction: Values and Practices. We will discuss the lessons and challenges of our joint anti-corruption way and define the future strategic priorities.

You will have a chance to listen to 20 speakers and meet hundreds of guests from all over the world. We invite leading Ukrainian and international experts, Ukrainian public officials, representatives of the foreign diplomatic corps and donor organizations, business, media and civil society.

5 years since full accreditation

On November 1, Transparency International Ukraine CSO will celebrate a symbolic birthday — 5 years since it received the full accreditation. This means that TI Ukraine was granted the honor and the right to be the Ukrainian chapter of Transparency International.

Center of Innovation and Expertise TI Ukraine cordially invites friends and partners to the conference 5 years of Corruption Counteraction: Values and Practices. We will discuss the lessons and challenges of our joint anti-corruption way and define the future strategic priorities.

You will have a chance to listen to 20 speakers and meet hundreds of guests from all over the world. We invite leading Ukrainian and international experts, Ukrainian public officials, representatives of the foreign diplomatic corps and donor organizations, business, media and civil society.

1 November 2019,
1:30 PM (registration at 1:00 pm)

hotel Khreshchatyk
(14 Khreshchatyk street)

Andrii Borovyk

Opening remarks

Executive director Transparency International Ukraine

1:00 PM

CONFERENCE AGENDA

registration

Values

1:30 PM

José Ugaz

How do we tackle high-level corruption?

Chair of Transparency International (2014-2017)

1:40 PM

Susan Fritz

Anti-corruption progress:
five-year prospects

Regional Mission Director, USAID

1:50 PM

Matti Maasikas

Transparency as the main factor of corruption prevention

EU Ambassador, Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine

2:00 PM

Ruslan Riaboshapka

Anti-corruption reform 2.0.
New recipes

Prosecutor General of Ukraine

2:10 PM

Anastasiya Kozlovtseva

Moderator

Daria Kaleniuk

Is there zero corruption future?

Executive Director of the Anti-Corruption Action Center

2:20 PM

Sandra Pernar

How open government can
promote anti corruption?

Senior Regional Coordinator Europe, OGP Support Unit

2:40 PM

Maksym Nefyodov

Corruption and customs:
deadly combat

Head of the Customs Service

2:50 PM

Andrii Vyshnevskyi

The role of values in corruption counteraction

Chair of Transparency International Ukraine

3:00 PM

Yevgen Kruk

Mission (im)possible. Will the HACC meet people’s expectations?

Deputy Head of the Anti-Corruption Court

3:10 PM

Oleksa Shalaiskyi

Three whales of corruption
and anti-corruption

Editor-in-Chief of Nashi Groshi

3:20 PM

Short break

2:30-2:40 PM

Eka Tkeshelashvili

People and innovations: bringing
the most valuable things together

Head of the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative

4:00 PM

Artem Sytnyk

Investigating high-level corruption in the face of adversity instead of support

NABU Director

4:10 PM

Maksym Hryshchuk

Motivation and effectiveness
in investigation of VIP suspects

deputy head of the SAPO

4:20 PM

4:30 PM

Yaroslav Yurchyshyn

Secrets of win-win interaction between the government and civil society

MP, executive director
of Transparency International Ukraine (2016-2018)

5:00 PM

Anton Yanchuk

Work with assets obtained through corruption as an effective corruption counteraction mechanism

Head of the ARMA

5:10 PM

Oleksandr Banchuk

Justice reform as a necessity

Deputy Minister of Justice

5:20 PM

Viktor Nestulia

Scaling the procurement reform: who is next?

Senior Manager, Eastern Europe at Open Contracting Partnership

5:30 PM

Andrii Borovyk

5 years of anti-corruption; lessons learned

Executive director Transparency International Ukraine

4:40-5:00 PM

Practices

Ivan Lakhtionov

Moderator

Short break

3:30-3:40 PM

Break

Pavlo Kuhta

Open online auctions: how do we bring money to the budget and not a corrupt official

First Deputy Minister of Economy Development

5:40 PM

CONFERENCE AGENDA
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1:00 PM

CONFERENCE AGENDA

registration

Values

1:30 PM

1:40 PM

1:50 PM

2:00 PM

2:10 PM

Moderator

2:20 PM

2:40 PM

2:50 PM

3:00 PM

3:10 PM

3:20 PM

Short break

2:30-2:40 PM

4:00 PM

4:10 PM

4:20 PM

4:30 PM

5:00 PM

5:10 PM

5:20 PM

5:30 PM

4:40-5:00 PM

Practicies

Moderator

Short break

3:30-4:00 PM

Break

5:40 PM

Executive Director of Transparency International Ukraine

Chair of Transparency International (2014–2017)

Andrii Borovyk

José Carlos Ugaz

SPEAKERS

Mr. Borovyk is an expert with more than 5-year experience in business consulting, investment analysis, and business processes in the public sector. He graduated from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy with a degree in Economics and received a master’s degree in Business Analysis and Consulting (Warwick Business School, Great Britain). Andrii worked as an investment analyst and headed a unit at the Department for Reforms in the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine.

Mr. Ugaz is a Law professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and has served as a member of the Board of TI Ukraine since 2018. He worked as the Ad-Hoc State Attorney of Peru. During the Montesinos-Fujimori investigation (2000–2002), his office opened over 200 judicial cases against more than 1,500 members of Fujimori’s network. During his mandate, USD 205 million was frozen abroad and recovered to his country. Professor Ugaz was a member of the UN Peacekeeping Mission and UN Election Observers Mission for El Salvador. He also was part of the Institutional Integrity Office for the World Bank.

Regional Mission Director at USAID

Prosecutor General of Ukraine

Senior Regional Coordinator Europe,
OGP Support Unit

Susan Fritz

Ruslan Riaboshapka

Sandra Pernar

During her 27-year USAID career, Ms. Fritz served as Mission Director in East Africa and Serbia and Montenegro, Deputy Mission Director in Kosovo, Regional Democracy Officer in Bulgaria, and Democracy Office Director in Central Asia and in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In USAID headquarters in Washington, she served as the Elections and Political Process Team Leader in the Democracy and Governance Center, and in several positions in the E&E Bureau’s Democracy Office. Fritz has a Master of Public Administration degree from American University and a BA degree in Political Science from Rutgers University.

Since 1998, Mr. Riaboshapka worked on leading positions in the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, transferring to the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine in 2010. Since 2013, he worked as the anti-corruption policy analyst with TI Ukraine. In 2014, he became the Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine. In 2016 he joined the National Agency for Corruption Prevention as a member. In May, Ruslan Riaboshapka was appointed the Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine, in August — the Prosecutor General of Ukraine. In 2010, he was awarded the title of Renowned Ukrainian Lawyer.

Ms. Pernar joined the Open Government Partnership in April 2018. She provides guidance and assistance to governments in Southern and Eastern Europe, facilities exchange and learning between governments, as well as support to civil society organizations in these countries to push for open government reforms. Prior to joining OGP, Sandra has worked as Senior Advisor in the Croatian Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs. She has served on the OGP Steering Committee and was a member of the Inaugural Board of Directors of the OGP Secretariat. She holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science.

Head of EU Delegation in Ukraine

Mr. Maasikas stated his career in Estonian public service in 1996. He was an Ambassador in Finland (2001–2005), the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2005–2008). In 2009–2010, he worked at the office of European Commissioner for Enlargement and on team of advisers to European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso. After that, he served as the Permanent Estonian Representative to the EU until 2016, and then as Estonian Special Representative in the EU.

Matti Maasikas

Head of the State Customs Service of Ukraine

Editor-in-Chief of Nashi Groshi

Maksym Nefyodov,

Oleksa Shalaiskyi

Mr. Nefyodov is an economist and a civil servant. In 2015–2019, he served as the First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade, all the while being a vocal advocate of the ProZorro public procurement system. Since 2004, he has worked in investment companies, including the position of the Vice President at Dragon Capital and of the Director of an investment and banking department.

Mr. Shalaiskyi is an expert in political corruption investigation and oversight of public expenditures. He is the author of a series of journalistic investigations of economic crimes, including the story about the procurement of the so-called “Boiko’s masts.” He is a member of the Supervisory Board of Anti-Corruption Action Center. Before that, Mr. Shalaiskyi was the Editor-in-Chief of The Dzerkalo Tyzhnia and Ukrainian Week. He received the Oleksandr Kryvenko Award for “Progress in Journalism” (2013).

Deputy Head of the High Anti-Corruption Court

At the beginning of his professional career, he did an internship with a law firm and the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine. In 2003–2005, he worked as an assistant judge in Shevchenkivskyi District Court of Kyiv. Since 2006, he worked as a defense attorney. He was also a member of the supervisory boards of big Ukrainian financial institutions.

Yevhen Kruk

Deputy Head of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office

MP, Executive Director of Transparency International Ukraine (2016–2018)

Maksym Hryshchuk

Yaroslav Yurchyshyn

Mr. Hryshchuk started his professional activity as a lawyer during his studies in Ternopil. He worked in the prosecution of Chervonohrad, Lviv oblast, and of Lviv. He participated in the Anti-Terrorist Operation and has been awarded with the order “For Courage” of the III class “for a high level of professionalism, bravery, dedication and courage” and the order “People’s Hero of Ukraine.”

Mr. Yurchyshyn has many years of experience in the organization of civil advocacy campaigns, political review and policy analysis. Since 2013, he started working as the Head of the Ukrainian Scout Council. He was a pro bono advisor for the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, an assistant and advisor to Member of Parliament Lesia Orobets. He worked as the advocacy manager with the Reanimation Package of Reforms. In 2018–2019, he was the Chair of Transparency International Ukraine.

Head of the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative in Ukraine

In 2004–2005, Ms. Tkeshelashvili was a Deputy Minister of Justice and later a Minister of Justice of Georgia (2007–2008). She served as the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia, headed the Appellate Court of Tbilisi. She continued her public service on the position of the Prosecutor General of Georgia and the Minister of Foreign Affairs. In 2008–2010, she served as the Secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia, and after that — as the First Deputy Prime Minister and State Minister for Reintegration of Georgia.

Eka Tkeshelashvili

Director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau

Chair of the Board of Transparency International Ukraine

Artem Sytnyk

Andrii Vyshnevskyi

aMr. Sytnyk personally investigated or oversaw investigative groups concerning over 300 criminal cases, the majority of them being corruption-related violations. He started his professional activity in 2001 as a deputy district prosecutor in Kropyvnytskyi, later headed the investigative department of Kirovohrad oblast prosecution. In 2008 Mr. Sytnyk was transferred to the position of the Head of the Investigative Department of Kyiv Oblast Prosecution. In 2011–2015, he worked as a defense attorney.

Mr. Vyshnevskyi is a defense attorney, an expert on justice and public service reforms. He has 13 years of experience holding management positions in central bodies of executive power in Ukraine. He worked as the director of the Facilitation Center for Institutional Development of Public Service and the director of the Coordination Center for Legal Aid Provision under the Ministry of Justice, which he initiated back in 2012. Since 2017, he has been a national consultant with the Council of Europe, OSCE and the UN. He is a public activist and executive director of CSO Tomorrow’s Lawyer.

Senior Manager on Eastern Europe,
Open Contracting Partnership

During 2018–2019, he was the acting CEO of SE “Medical Procurement of Ukraine.” He worked with Transparency International Ukraine as the Director of the Innovation Projects Program. For a long time, he worked in a big agricultural company where he was accountable for procurement analysis and oversight. He has experience in public service as well; for instance, he worked as the head expert of the Investment and IMF Cooperation department in the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine.

Viktor Nestulia

Director of Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation

Head of the Asset Recovery and Management Agency

Iryna Bekeshkina

Anton Yanchuk

Ms. Bekeshkina is a social scientist and an expert in political and electoral sociology. Since 1991, she has been a research fellow with the Institute of Sociology under the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Since 1996, she has been working at the Democratic Initiatives Foundation. She is the author of more than 100 scholarly works. Ukrainian media have included Ms. Bekeshkina on the list of the 100 most influential people in Ukraine numerous times.

Mr. Yanchuk holds a Law degree of Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University and a PhD in Law. Since 2005, he worked as a lawyer in law firms. In 2014, he became a public servant, first as an assistant to the Minister of Justice of Ukraine, and since 2016 — as the Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine.

Deputy Minister of Justice

Mr. Banchuk holds an MA in Law of Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University and a PhD in Law. Since 2014, he worked as a research fellow of the Public Service and Administrative Law Department of V.M. Koretskyi State and Law Institute under the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. IN 2006–2014, he served as the law expert with Center of Policy and Legal Reform CSO.

Oleksandr Banchuk

First Deputy Minister of Economic Development

Executive Director of the Anti-Corruption Action Center

Pavlo Kukhta

Daria Kaleniuk

On his position, Mr. Kukhta works on formation of policies concerning public property, public procurement and the labor market. He is an economist and an expert on fiscal policy, budgeting process and the pension reform. In 2016–2019, he served as the Deputy Head of the Strategic Reform Support Advisory Group under the Cabinet of Ministers.

Ms. Kaleniuk specializes in international legal mechanisms of corruption counteraction, including asset recovery and combating money laundering. She holds a master’s degree in Financial Services from Chicago-Kent College of Law. She was a Fulbright program participant in 2010-2011. Ms. Kaleniuk used to be a member of the Public Oversight Council under the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine.

MODERATORS:

Head of International Relations and Fundraising,
Transparency International Ukraine

Director of the Innovation Projects Program,
Transparency International Ukraine

Anastasiya Kozlovtseva

Ivan Lakhtionov

Ms. Kozlovtseva has got her education at LCC International University in Lithuania, Department of Management and Business Administration. She took part in international summer schools where she studied political and economic systems in the Czech Republic, leadership principles in Macedonia. She was a delegate at forums and conferences in Serbia, Lithuania, Costa Rica, Germany, Poland, Slovenia and Turkey, and worked as an administrative assistant in KBU Global Consulting. Nastia volunteers in international scout organization Royal Rangers.

Mr. Lakhtionov joined TI Ukraine as a DOZORRO coordinator. He was a member of the Public Oversight Council under the NABU. Before, he worked in the education department of Mykolaiiv city council, in municipal enterprise Kyiv Investment Agency and in the public aviation company Ukraiina. Between 2015 and 2017, he was a member of the Review Commission for Appeals on Possible Violations in Pre-Threshold Procurement. Since 2018, he has been part of the Advisory and Supervisory Group created for coordination and monitoring of the CoST initiative implementation. In 2018 he was also selected the head of Innovation Projects at TI Ukraine.

Executive Director of Transparency International Ukraine

Andrii Borovyk

SPEAKERS

Mr. Borovyk is an expert with more than 5-year experience in business consulting, investment analysis, and business processes in the public sector. He graduated from the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy with a degree in Economics and received a master’s degree in Business Analysis and Consulting (Warwick Business School, Great Britain). Andrii worked as an investment analyst and headed a unit at the Department for Reforms in the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine.

Chair of Transparency International (2014–2017)

José Carlos Ugaz

Mr. Ugaz is a Law professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and has served as a member of the Board of TI Ukraine since 2018. He worked as the Ad-Hoc State Attorney of Peru. During the Montesinos-Fujimori investigation (2000–2002), his office opened over 200 judicial cases against more than 1,500 members of Fujimori’s network. During his mandate, USD 205 million was frozen abroad and recovered to his country. Professor Ugaz was a member of the UN Peacekeeping Mission and UN Election Observers Mission for El Salvador. He also was part of the Institutional Integrity Office for the World Bank.

Regional Mission Director at USAID

Susan Fritz

During her 27-year USAID career, Ms. Fritz served as Mission Director in East Africa and Serbia and Montenegro, Deputy Mission Director in Kosovo, Regional Democracy Officer in Bulgaria, and Democracy Office Director in Central Asia and in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In USAID headquarters in Washington, she served as the Elections and Political Process Team Leader in the Democracy and Governance Center, and in several positions in the E&E Bureau’s Democracy Office. Fritz has a Master of Public Administration degree from American University and a BA degree in Political Science from Rutgers University.

Head of EU Delegation in Ukraine

Matti Maasika

Mr. Maasikas stated his career in Estonian public service in 1996. He was an Ambassador in Finland (2001–2005), the Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2005–2008). In 2009–2010, he worked at the office of European Commissioner for Enlargement and on team of advisers to European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso. After that, he served as the Permanent Estonian Representative to the EU until 2016, and then as Estonian Special Representative in the EU.

Prosecutor General of Ukraine

Ruslan Riaboshapka

Since 1998, Mr. Riaboshapka worked on leading positions in the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, transferring to the Secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine in 2010. Since 2013, he worked as the anti-corruption policy analyst with TI Ukraine. In 2014, he became the Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine. In 2016 he joined the National Agency for Corruption Prevention as a member. In May, Ruslan Riaboshapka was appointed the Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine, in August — the Prosecutor General of Ukraine. In 2010, he was awarded the title of Renowned Ukrainian Lawyer.

Executive Director of the Anti-Corruption Action Center

Daria Kaleniuk

Ms. Kaleniuk specializes in international legal mechanisms of corruption counteraction, including asset recovery and combating money laundering. She holds a master’s degree in Financial Services from Chicago-Kent College of Law. She was a Fulbright program participant in 2010-2011. Ms. Kaleniuk used to be a member of the Public Oversight Council under the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine.

Senior Regional Coordinator Europe, OGP Support Unit

Sandra Pernar

Ms. Pernar joined the Open Government Partnership in April 2018. She provides guidance and assistance to governments in Southern and Eastern Europe, facilities exchange and learning between governments, as well as support to civil society organizations in these countries to push for open government reforms. Prior to joining OGP, Sandra has worked as Senior Advisor in the Croatian Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs. She has served on the OGP Steering Committee and was a member of the Inaugural Board of Directors of the OGP Secretariat. She holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science.

Head of the State Customs Service of Ukraine

Maksym Nefyodov

Mr. Nefyodov is an economist and a civil servant. In 2015–2019, he served as the First Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade, all the while being a vocal advocate of the ProZorro public procurement system. Since 2004, he has worked in investment companies, including the position of the Vice President at Dragon Capital and of the Director of an investment and banking department.

Chair of the Board of Transparency International Ukraine

Andrii Vyshnevskyi

Mr. Vyshnevskyi is a defense attorney, an expert on justice and public service reforms. He has 13 years of experience holding management positions in central bodies of executive power in Ukraine. He worked as the director of the Facilitation Center for Institutional Development of Public Service and the director of the Coordination Center for Legal Aid Provision under the Ministry of Justice, which he initiated back in 2012. Since 2017, he has been a national consultant with the Council of Europe, OSCE and the UN. He is a public activist and executive director of CSO Tomorrow’s Lawyer.

Deputy Head of the High Anti-Corruption Court

Yevhen Kruk

At the beginning of his professional career, he did an internship with a law firm and the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine. In 2003–2005, he worked as an assistant judge in Shevchenkivskyi District Court of Kyiv. Since 2006, he worked as a defense attorney. He was also a member of the supervisory boards of big Ukrainian financial institutions.

Editor-in-Chief of Nashi Groshi

Oleksa Shalaiskyi

Mr. Shalaiskyi is an expert in political corruption investigation and oversight of public expenditures. He is the author of a series of journalistic investigations of economic crimes, including the story about the procurement of the so-called “Boiko’s masts.” He is a member of the Supervisory Board of Anti-Corruption Action Center. Before that, Mr. Shalaiskyi was the Editor-in-Chief of The Dzerkalo Tyzhnia and Ukrainian Week. He received the Oleksandr Kryvenko Award for “Progress in Journalism” (2013).

Head of the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative in Ukraine

Eka Tkeshelashvili

In 2004–2005, Ms. Tkeshelashvili was a Deputy Minister of Justice and later a Minister of Justice of Georgia (2007–2008). She served as the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Georgia, headed the Appellate Court of Tbilisi. She continued her public service on the position of the Prosecutor General of Georgia and the Minister of Foreign Affairs. In 2008–2010, she served as the Secretary of the National Security Council of Georgia, and after that — as the First Deputy Prime Minister and State Minister for Reintegration of Georgia.

Director of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau

Artem Sytnyk

Mr. Sytnyk personally investigated or oversaw investigative groups concerning over 300 criminal cases, the majority of them being corruption-related violations. He started his professional activity in 2001 as a deputy district prosecutor in Kropyvnytskyi, later headed the investigative department of Kirovohrad oblast prosecution. In 2008 Mr. Sytnyk was transferred to the position of the Head of the Investigative Department of Kyiv Oblast Prosecution. In 2011–2015, he worked as a defense attorney.

Deputy Head of the Specialized Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office

Maksym Hryshchuk

Mr. Hryshchuk started his professional activity as a lawyer during his studies in Ternopil. He worked in the prosecution of Chervonohrad, Lviv oblast, and of Lviv. He participated in the Anti-Terrorist Operation and has been awarded with the order “For Courage” of the III class “for a high level of professionalism, bravery, dedication and courage” and the order “People’s Hero of Ukraine.”

MP, Executive Director of Transparency International Ukraine (2016–2018)

Yaroslav Yurchyshyn

Mr. Yurchyshyn has many years of experience in the organization of civil advocacy campaigns, political review and policy analysis. Since 2013, he started working as the Head of the Ukrainian Scout Council. He was a pro bono advisor for the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, an assistant and advisor to Member of Parliament Lesia Orobets. He worked as the advocacy manager with the Reanimation Package of Reforms. In 2018–2019, he was the Chair of Transparency International Ukraine.

First Deputy Minister of Economic Development

Pavlo Kukhta

On his position, Mr. Kukhta works on formation of policies concerning public property, public procurement and the labor market. He is an economist and an expert on fiscal policy, budgeting process and the pension reform. In 2016–2019, he served as the Deputy Head of the Strategic Reform Support Advisory Group under the Cabinet of Ministers.

Head of the Asset Recovery and Management Agency

Anton Yanchuk

Mr. Yanchuk holds a Law degree of Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University and a PhD in Law. Since 2005, he worked as a lawyer in law firms. In 2014, he became a public servant, first as an assistant to the Minister of Justice of Ukraine, and since 2016 — as the Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine.

Deputy Minister of Justice

Oleksandr Banchuk

Mr. Banchuk holds an MA in Law of Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University and a PhD in Law. Since 2014, he worked as a research fellow of the Public Service and Administrative Law Department of V.M. Koretskyi State and Law Institute under the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. IN 2006–2014, he served as the law expert with Center of Policy and Legal Reform CSO.

Head of International Relations and Fundraising,
Transparency International Ukraine

Anastasiya Kozlovtseva

MODERATORS

Ms. Kozlovtseva has got her education at LCC International University in Lithuania, Department of Management and Business Administration. She took part in international summer schools where she studied political and economic systems in the Czech Republic, leadership principles in Macedonia. She was a delegate at forums and conferences in Serbia, Lithuania, Costa Rica, Germany, Poland, Slovenia and Turkey, and worked as an administrative assistant in KBU Global Consulting. Nastia volunteers in international scout organization Royal Rangers.