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About Orysia Lutsevych

Orysia Lutsevych is the manager of the Ukraine Forum in London-based think tank Chatham House. She focuses on social change and the role of civil society in democratic transition in the post-Soviet region.

Орыся Луцевич — руководитель Украинского Форума в аналитическом центре Сhatham House. Она занимается вопросами социальных изменений и роли гражданского общества в демократических преобразованиях в постсоветском регионе.

Articles by Orysia Lutsevych

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

What can western states learn from civil society engagement in eastern Europe?

There’s lessons to be learned on populism from new initiatives in Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.

Гражданское общество на постсоветском пространстве: борьба за «конец истории»

«Частично свободные» страны постсоветского пространства должны сейчас еще активнее бороться,  защищая растущее гражданское общество. Материал для форума openGlobalRights по вопросам сжимания пространства для гражданского общества. English

Civil society in the post-Soviet space: fighting for the “End of History”

“Partly free” countries in the post-Soviet space must fight even harder now to protect growing civil societies. A contribution to the openGlobalRights debate on closing space for civil society. Ру́сский

Civil society in post-Soviet Europe: seven rules for donors

The west's contribution to building more democratic and open societies in the post-Soviet region leaves much scope for improvement. Orysia Lutsevych draws lessons and offers recommendations to both public and private donors.

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