Before 2017, only 6% of court judgments in civil and commercial cases have been enforced in Ukraine. During the last year, this figure rose to 18% thanks to reform of the court judgment enforcement system, which saw the advent of private enforcement. Segodnya tried to look into all nuances of this reform with the help of Communication Europe in Ukraine experts. Read more
Ethno music, endangered species, costumes from leading fashion designers, and animation inspired by nature and traditions. That is what the upcoming Ukrainian animated film “Mavka: The Forest Song” is all about. The film tells the story of a magical creature, Mavka, who is based on the fairy play “Forest Song” by Lesia Ukrainka and Slavic mythology imagery.
“Are pesticides that are recognised as toxic in Europe safe in Ukraine?” This alarming question was the topic of a round table held in December by the international charitable organisation, Environment-People-Law, and the Reanimation Package of Reforms. Read more
The Dnipro producer of flour, cereals and pasta “SamRiz” needed a quick affordable loan to pay wages to its workers and buy food stock. The company was able to cover these expenses thanks to a cheap loan from ProCredit Bank, a Ukrainian partner of the European Fund for Southeast Europe (EFSE), within the framework of the EU4Business initiative. Read more
The EU project “Support to Justice Sector Reforms in Ukraine” has helped carry out the most difficult psychological testing of candidates for the positions of judges of the Supreme Court in the history of Ukraine and Europe. Find more information on how the new Supreme Court works and what challenges the newly appointed judges encounter. Read more