Courts and the course of reforms in Ukraine: presentation of the results of a study on the impact of judicial intervention on the course of reforms. The study was conducted with the support of the EU


Attention! In case of an air alert, visitors of the event can use the shelter located in the basement of the Ukrainian House ( Ukraine Crisis Media Center, Ukrainian House, 1st floor. 2 Khreshchatyk street, Kyiv 01001 )

On September 13, the Agency for Legislative Initiatives will present the results of the study “The impact of Judicial Intervention: the role of General Courts in the reform process in Ukraine.” The study was conducted within the framework of the “Civil Society for Ukraine’s Post-War Reconstruction and EU Readiness” project funded by the European Union. 

The event will take place at 10:30 in the press centre of Ukraine Crisis Media Center (2 Khreshchatyk St., Kyiv, “Ukrainian House”). Registration — at: 

Context. Implementing reforms is always a long and complex process, and their proper implementation is crucial in European integration and post-war reconstruction planning. However, the experience of reforms in Ukraine is not always positive, as the results of changes often do not meet expectations. Quite often, the final point in the debate on the effectiveness of a particular reform is put by the courts, which act as arbitrators in these disputes.

The presentation aims to discuss the typical mistakes that accompany the reform process in Ukraine and to present recommendations that would reduce the risks of court intervention in implementing the state policy in this area.

The purpose of the presentation is to discuss the typical mistakes described in the study that accompany the reform process in Ukraine and recommendations that would reduce the risks of court in the implementation of state policy in this area. 

We invite media representatives to participate in the event. The working language: Ukrainian. Contact person: Mariia Hereles, Head of Communications of the Agency for Legislative Initiatives, [email protected], tel. + 38 063 531 61 06.