CIVIL MONITORING OF ELECTRONIC PURCHASE SYSTEM ProZorro
Transparent expenditure of public money is one of the most important factors of corruption prevention. So, due to initiative of NGOs, public authorities and businessmen the electronic purchase system ProZorro http://prozorro.orgwas created. This system gives an opportunity to make purchases in our state transparent and accessible for any kind of business. All of the purchases that are made in a system can be followed up in a real-time. Due to information that is placed at a web-site http://bi.prozorro.org and updates permanently civil activists have an opportunity to monitor and control purchases that were made or that are conducted right now and react to misuses. To monitor purchases and to know to which part attention is needed representatives of NGOs studied at training, that was managed by the project “Kiev Dialogue” in Cherkasy. Representatives of Economic development and Trade Department of Cherkasy regional state administration Roman Karmannik and Olga Tolupa taught how to recognize manipulations.
Zwischen Krise und Reformen: Menschenrechte und Justiz in der Ukraine
Die Konferenz behandelte Themen, wie die Menschenrechtslage auf der Krim unter russischer Besatzung, Menschenrechtsmissionen in der Südost-Ukraine, Flüchtlingsproblematik in der Ukraine, Rechte von Minderheiten und Menschenrechte unter Reformen im Justizbereich.
Ziel der Konferenz war es, Empfehlungen zur Verbesserung der Menschenrechtslage in der Ukraine und auf der Krim zu erarbeiten.
Die 11. Jahreskonferenz der "Kiewer Gespräche" fand in Zusammenarbeit mit der Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group, der Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, der Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, der Friedrich Naumann Stiftung für die Freiheit, der International Renaissance Foundation, der Greens/EFA Group im Europäischen Parlament sowie mit freundlicher Unterstützung des Auswärtigen Amts statt.
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Mit den besten Grüßen,
Ihr "Kiewer Gespräche" Team
What reforms are needed in Ukraine to secure its aspirations toward EU Membership?
The discussion was centred around three key questions and areas:
* Can new cooperation concepts (such as the Intermarum - Baltic Sea project) be of any help?
* To what extent is the reform experience of Georgia and Moldova compatible with the Ukrainian reality?
* What should be the role and strategy of Poland, the Baltic states and the EU in the long-term cooperation with Ukraine?
Janusz Piechociński, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Economy of Poland
Kalman Mizsei, Head of the EU Advisory Mission for Civilian Security Sector Reform Ukraine
members of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland, members of the Supreme Council of Ukraine, members of the European Parliament, ambassadors of Moldova, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, representatives of non-governmental organisations from Poland, Lithuania and Ukraine, independent journalists and representatives of the democratic opposition in Russia, experts in foreign policy of Central and Eastern Europe, journalists and entrepreneurs.
The event took place within the renowned European Forum for New Ideas, held in Sopot, Poland.
13 hostages of Putin: How can we release them?
Savchenko, Sentsov, Kohver - these are the best known names of citizens of neighboring countries, kidnapped
and falsely accused in Russia. How many more? - We do not know. How to help them?
The Kiev Dialogue, along with the Open Dialog Foundation, the EuroMaidan SOS and People in Need have an honour to invite you to a panel discussion around three key questions and areas:
- What consequences should be drawn against the people, involved in kidnapping and imprisonment of
citizens of neighboring countries in Russia?
- How to help political prisoners - when does the publicity save lives, and when does it close the road to freedom?
- How to monitor the situation of political prisoners sentenced to long-term prison sentences?
- H.E. Mr Harri Tiido – Ambassador of the Republic of Estonia in Poland;
- Mr Yuriy Yatsenko – student from Lviv, activist of EuroMaidan, arrested by Russia and released after the "LetMyPeopleGO" campaign;
- Ms Oleksandra Matviychuk - civic activist, EuroMaidan SOS, initiator of the "LetMyPeopleGO" campaign;
- Mr Mark Feygin - lawyer of Ms Nadiya Savchenko, Ukrainian political prisoner in Russia;
Speakers (by telebridge connection):
- Ms Vira Savchenko – civic activist, sister of Ms Nadiya Savchenko;
- Ms Marina Dubrovina - lawyer of Mr Stanislav Klich, Ukrainian activist detained in Russia;
- Ms Natalia Kaplan – civic activist, sister of Mr Oleg Sentsov, Ukrainian political prisoner in Russia.
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More information on the event you can find here
MOTIVATION OF THE MEMBERS IN CIVIL WORK FOR PARTICIPANTS
Youth is a great potential for development of our country. Since 2012 in Central Ukraine works network “Creators of the Future” that consolidates socially active young people that are ready to implement changes in our country. Civil activists generate new ideas, realize common projects and learn. On August 21-23 “Creators of the Future School” took place in Cherkasy. It was devoted to leadership skills development, team-building, public speeches. Due to the project “Kyiv Dialogue” our training visited Olexandra Matviychuk – “Euromaidan SOS” initiative coordinator and leader of NGO “Center of Public Freedoms”. She conducted master class about motivation of the team members in civil work for participants. Those skills participants of the training will soon have an ability to apply in realization of reforms monitoring projects in their regions and discussion clubs organizing.