ICNL’s resources and information on Ukraine.
Analysis of Ukrainian Draft Laws on Reporting for CSOs
This analysis compares provisions of the 2017 Draft Laws with the international best practices, as well as European and US experiences. The research found that the Draft Laws are not in line with best practices, will likely negatively impact the CSO sector, and restrict freedom of association: ICNL Analysis | UCIPR Analysis | Draft Amendment to Tax Code | Draft Amendment to Law on Public Associations
Civil Society Organization Sustainability Index
The index, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development for twenty years, documents the development of civil society in seventy-one countries around the world, including Ukraine. ICNL and FHI 360 work with local partners to produce the index annually.
Monitoring the Right to Free Assembly in Eleven Countries
The right to free assembly is an indispensable element of democracy and a healthy civil society. Recent years have seen ... Read More
Globalization Without a Safety Net
In this article in the Minnesota Law Review, Lloyd H. Mayer explores restrictions on cross-border funding of nonprofits and the ... Read More
Ukraine Amendments Highly Restrict Civil Society
On January 16, the Verkhovna Rada (Parliament) of Ukraine adopted a massive package of legislative changes affecting Ukrainian civil society ... Read More
Strategy of Government Policy for Civil Society Development Adopted in Ukraine
On March 24, 2012, the President of Ukraine adopted a Strategy of Government Policy for Civil Society Development. The Strategy ... Read More
New Ukrainian Law on Public Associations
On March 22, 2012, the Ukrainian Parliament, the Verkhovna Rada, voted to adopt a new Law on Public Associations. The ... Read More