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USAID "RADA: next generation" Program

Promotion of the "next generation" reforms, which will help the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine become a more modern and effective institution for Ukraine's democratic development.

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New Program's training "Crisis Communications in the constituency"

The USAID RADA: Next Generation Program developed the "Crisis Communications in the constituency" training at the request of Ukrainian parliamentarians and conducted a three-day training of trainers on this topic on January 27-29. The first pilot training for MPs and their assistants will occur on February 15-17.

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Training "Activities of a member of parliament and his team: today's challenges"

For the first time, with the support of the USAID RADA: Next Generation Program, the VRU Research Service conducted training for parliamentarians and their assistants on January 23-25. The participants strategized with the trainers how to build interaction and communication with voters and other stakeholders under martial law.

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Parliamentary Update – January 23-30, 2023

USAID RADA Next Generation is a five-year initiative (2021-2026), implemented by the “Internews Ukraine” NGO, that aims to advance the “next generation” of reforms that will enable the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (VRU) to become a modern, effective institution that promotes accountability and democratic development in Ukraine.

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Strategic session for the Research Service of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

On January 24, the USAID RADA: Next Generation Program held another strategic session for VRU's Research Service employees regarding their information and analytical products. Thirty participants discussed which products would be helpful for Ukrainian MPs and which best practices of foreign research centers could be adopted.

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Parliamentary Update – January 16-23, 2023

USAID RADA Next Generation is a five-year initiative (2021-2026), implemented by the “Internews Ukraine” NGO, that aims to advance the “next generation” of reforms that will enable the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (VRU) to become a modern, effective institution that promotes accountability and democratic development in Ukraine.

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Parliamentary Update – January 9-16, 2022

USAID RADA Next Generation is a five-year initiative (2021-2026), implemented by the “Internews Ukraine” NGO, that aims to advance the “next generation” of reforms that will enable the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine (VRU) to become a modern, effective institution that promotes accountability and democratic development in Ukraine.

Upcoming events

Natolin4Capacity Building educational platform for Ukrainian civil servants

On October 25, 2022, USAID RADA: Next Generation Program and partners will present the Natolin4Capacity Building educational platform. There are 16 online courses on various aspects of EU functioning and the history of EU and Ukraine relations, which Ukrainian civil servants can take for free in 2022-2024.

Presentation of the of the Index of legislative activity result

On May 26, the RANG team will present the result of the Index of legislative activity of the 6th session of the VRU. The survey was launched in February, but the presentation was postponed due to the war.

Latest materials

Poll “Citizens and the Parliament”

The survey “Citizens and the Parliament: Trust, Interaction and Transparency during martial law” was conducted across Ukraine between October 6 to 22, 2022 by Info Sapiens on behalf of the International Republican Institute (IRI) in collaboration with Internews Ukraine within the scope of the USAID RADA: Next Generation Program.

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Information booklet "USAID RADA: Next Generation Program: Strengthening the capacities of VRU’s committees"

We would like to tell you about the activities of the Program and its partners for strengthening the capacities of the Verkhovna Rada's committees. In our information booklet, you can learn more about the "Model Committee" project and other activities.

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USAID RADA: Next Generation Program's Activities. November 2022

In November, the Program held a strategic session for the Research Service of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, facilitated the participation of Ukraine's delegation in the International Forum of Parliamentary Visitor Centers (Jerusalem, Israel), actively informed donors about the work of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and systematically supported the Ukrainian Parliament. Here are our achievements in numbers.

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