The “Toronto Principles” is a vision document which summarizes the aspirations of 80+ reform-minded civil society organizations (CSOs), the private sector and the public for the future of Ukraine. The Toronto Principles acknowledge the mutual accountability, expertise and ability of these organizations to represent the views of Ukrainian citizens. They also reaffirm the importance of adhering to internationally accepted good governance and democratic principles; and present a list of key reform priorities for the next five (5) years in Ukraine. The Toronto Principles is not a static document. It is expected to stimulate ongoing CSO dialogue and collaboration.
Sectoral Policy Briefs on Reforms in Ukraine
Expanding on the Toronto Principles vision document, policy briefs give a more detailed breakdown of reform action that needs to take place over the next five years across 12 key policy areas to achieve a more prosperous, democratic and secure future for Ukraine. The briefs were prepared by civil society experts who were brought together by the Reanimation Package of Reforms Coalition. The Toronto Principles will be presented at the Third Ukraine Reform Conference.