"Trust, Governance & Citizenship in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine" Project

Activity: OtherTypes of Award - Prize (including medals and awards)


A six-month project funded by the Open Society Foundations to provide robust, actionable information and insight into changes in the relationship between Ukrainian citizens and their state after the Euromaidan. The project, which involves the conduct of a nationwide survey and the production of policy papers, will both reveal the extent to which Ukrainians’ propensity to trust their government has (or has not) increased and suggest avenues to achieve further improvement in state-society engagement. It will thus be of significant value to the Ukrainian government, civil society organizations, international financial institutions, the European Commission and Western governments more broadly, donors and others interested the establishment of an accountable, high-capacity Ukrainian state. With strong policy connections and a well-established research program in the field, the King’s Russia Institute is uniquely positioned to implement this project.
Period1 Oct 201531 Mar 2016
Held atOpen Society Foundations, United States, New York


  • Ukraine
  • Trust
  • Tax