In collaboration with the Ukrainian Society
Since the 2013-14 Euromaidan, Ukrainian government embarked on a number of reforms that are of vital importance for the functioning of Ukrainian state. Despite the effort an energy put into defining the direction of reforms in spheres ranging from security and policing to medicine and procurement, the state is heavily criticised for a lack of progress both within the country and from outside its borders.
Ukrainian MP Serhii Leshchenko comes to Cambridge to discuss the progress with the core reforms in the country. Having had an impressive career as a top journalist prior to joining the Parliament, Mr Leshchenko will provide us with an unparalleled account of details on the functioning of Ukrainian politics today. He will discuss the main challenges with the furthering of reforms agenda and the forces that stand behind them.