Under the pressure and constraints of an ongoing war and eager to work towards EU accession, the Ukrainian government has undertaken rapid efforts in 2023 to mainstream anti-corruption efforts into its reconstruction framework.
Anti-corruption efforts for reconstruction in Ukraine
From the blog
- U4 ReportFeminist policy in Ukraine’s recovery and post-conflict reconstruction: A gender perspective in anti-corruption effortsThe Women, Peace, and Security Agenda provides an opportunity to integrate gender perspectives into anti-corruption strategies and ensure that women’s…11 December 2023
- U4 BriefDoing reconstruction funding well: International lessons for Ukraine’s energy sectorUkraine is not the first country to require urgent reconstruction of its energy sector. Other countries’ efforts can provide some valuable lessons –…1 October 2023
Case study: Judicial reform in UkraineUkraine has undertaken significant judicial reforms, supported by international donors, in an effort to strengthen its judiciary and regain public…
17 October 2023
Author interview: Launching Ukraine’s High Anti-Corruption CourtAuthors David Vaughn and Olha Nikolaieva explain the milestones and features of Ukraine’s newly established anti-corruption court.
27 January 2022