Continuous monitoring of reforms allows civil society to more clearly formulate not only a list of its requirements for government officials, but also to timely adjust its activities and more effectively engage citizens in the implementation of reforms all over Ukraine. Anti-corruption is one key area of reforms, affecting all Ukrainians found is.
Our experts have analyzed the data from a USAID/ENGAGE’s Civil Engagement Poll, which demonstrates that most of our citizens (55%) do not see positive results from anti-corruption reforms, and therefore corruption remains a key problem for them. At the same time, 39% of respondents reported that they or their family members faced corruption during the last 12 months.
What does it mean for CSOs? How can they influence and change existed situation in fighting against corruption? Find the answers in our analytical review.