The Reanimation Package of Reforms Coalition is delighted to invite you to participate in the online forum “The Dialogues About Reforms: on the Road to Vilnius” to be held 17 – 27 November, 2020. During 23 panel discussions leading government representatives, civil society experts, and international partners will discuss the progress of reforms during the last year, as well as reform priorities for 2020-2021.
The forum is organized within preparation for the Ukraine Reform Conference, which is a key annual international event dedicated to the expert discussion of reforms progress in Ukraine. In 2021, the URC will take place in Vilnius, Republic of Lithuania.
You can find the agenda of the forum at this link.
Due to COVID-19 only speakers of panel discussions are invited to the venue.
You can attend the forum online via zoom at this link or watch the broadcasting at RPR’s Youtube. You can also follow twitter #URC2020 to get the most recent highlights.
For any further details please contact Denys Davydenko, RPR Coalition Advocacy Manager (email@example.com / +380 63 597 33 57).
The Forum is organized by the RPR Coalition in partnership with the Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania. The Forum is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Lithuania, the European Union, the EU Project Pravo-Justice, «Civil Society for Enhanced Democracy and Human Rights in Ukraine» project implemented by UNDP Ukraine under financial support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, and the Embassy of Canada in Ukraine. The Forum is organized within the framework of the project “Core Support of the Reanimation Package of Reforms Coalition” carried out by the RPR Coalition and is made possible by the generous support of the American people through The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) within the Ukraine Civil Society Sectoral Support Activity, implemented by The Initiative Center to Support Social Action “Ednannia” in partnership with the Ukrainian Center for Independent Political Research and the Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law.