EU Anti-Corruption Initiative helps Ukrainian cities to gain integrity

Five Ukrainian cities – Zhytomyr, Mariupol, Nikopol, Chervonohrad and Chernivtsi – are participating in the Integrity Cities project to tackle corruption in city councils, to provide transparent and better quality public services. Based on their experience, the project experts highlighted five effective anti-corruption tools that will be useful for other local authorities. Read more

Chernivtsi student learns to counter populism in Georgia under Erasmus+ programme

In December 2019, Anastasia Gudilianova, a fourth-year student of Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, took part in an international project to confront populism in Georgia under the EU Erasmus+ programme. Together with other students from Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Belarus, Poland, Spain and Germany, she learned to recognize populism and conduct peacebuilding trainings to prevent conflicts in society. Read more