How to enter the European market: 5 tips for entrepreneurs

Export for a Ukrainian company is the same standard daily work as building sales within a country. Delo.UA has collected tips for entrepreneurs, who want to enter the EU market, from experts and consultants. Read more

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What opportunities free trade area with the European Union opens up for Ukrainian business

Ukrainian business can sell its products to the European Union countries without paying high import duties. This rule works within the Free Trade Area (FTA), which has been in action for 2 years. Entrepreneurs perceive the agreement as an opportunity to enter the markets of European countries. Read more

How a girl in wheelchair made a career on national TV channel

How to overcome competition in a modern society full of stereotypes and biases? How to realize your professional potential having a disability? This was discussed by the joint project of the EU and the Renaissance Foundation “Civic Synergy” with Viktoriia Skrypnyk, Broadcast Editor of the I’m Ashamed of My Body program on STB TV Channel. From the age of 9, she was moving on a wheelchair because of a genetic disorder that is associated with bone fragility. Read more

EU project to help seriously ill children in Ukraine

Some 85,000 Ukrainian children need palliative care, which would save them from unbearable pain and suffering. But there is no clear legislation in this area, and doctors are reluctant to prescribe strong painkillers. The new EU project will provide free legal support to seriously ill children and their parents over the period of 2018-2020. Help centres already operate in seven cities: Rivne, Vinnytsia, Sumy, Kharkiv, Dnipro, Mykolayiv and Mukacheve. Read more

How do parliamentary parties spend state funding?

For two years now, as the six lucky parties that passed to the parliament in 2014 are able to get several dozens or even hundreds of millions of hryvnias a year from the state budget. According to the Eidos Center, which is an executor of the EU project on informing citizens about political parties’ financing, due to state financing, the amount of parliamentary parties’ expenses increased 16.5 times compared with 2016. How do they utilize the money and what is included in the list of favourite spending of parliamentary parties? Read more

Where do parliamentary parties get funds to fill their budgets

Before the 2019 election, most of the political forces accumulate their financial and human resources, replenish their cash from available sources, and prepare for a low start to storm the 9th convocation of the parliament. According to the Eidos Center, which is an executor of the EU project on informing citizens about political parties’ financing, the state currently provides over 98% of parliamentary parties’ funds. Find out which parties are funded by taxpayers. Read more

Assistance to youth social initiatives in Kharkiv

UPSHIFT Ukraine, a project of UNICEF’s global innovative program supported by the European Union started in Kharkiv in early August. According to the project’s local partner, Foundation for Professional Development of Kharkiv, this project is aimed at helping the youth not only prove themselves and change their social status but also solve a particular problem in their community. We discussed this project with Maryna Ladyzhenska, the head of project in Kharkiv. Read more