Ukraine’s efforts to eliminate corruption during the war: podcast
Frequent calls for more aid to Ukraine are often accompanied by accusations of corruption in the war-stricken country's government. No one is more concerned about this than Ukrainians, who want not just to win the war but live in a prosperous and democratic society.
Rubryka launches its new season of its "Solutions from Ukraine" podcast with the first of several online conversations with civil society, government, and media representatives on hotly debated topics in Ukraine.
In this episode, we discuss:
- What do polls say about Ukrainian society's attitude toward corruption?
- How does the DREAM project help Ukrainian civil society track the country's recovery and promote transparency?
- How are the anticorruption bodies that are responsible for monitoring Ukraine's reconstruction doing?
We are joined by:
- Martyna Bohuslavets, executive director, Institute of Legislative Ideas
- Petro Burkovskiy, executive director, Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation
- Viktor Nestulya, Head of DREAM Project Office, Open Contracting Partnership
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