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The forum “Vision of Ukraine 2030” — results

The forum “Vision of Ukraine 2030” — results

The forum “Vision of Ukraine 2030: Reform and Recovery of the Social and Humanitarian Sphere” with the participation of experts from the Reanimation Package of Reforms Coalition, the School of Political Analysis of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy and representatives of the Ukrainian government took place in Kyiv.

It presented the most comprehensive vision of developing Ukraine’s social and humanitarian sector in the coming years. The document presented at the forum covers the critical areas of state development until 2030 in seven policy areas:

  • national identity: language, culture, national memory, and church-state relations;
  • civil society, media, and human rights;
  • gender policy, human rights, and reintegration;
  • education, science, and innovation;
  • healthcare system;
  • youth and sports;
  • social policies for people with disabilities and veterans.

Today, we would like to share with you the work of more than 50 experts on the website uareforms.

At the forum, speakers discussed the relevant issues of cultural heritage and language policy during the discussion around the vision of Ukraine 2030. In particular, First Deputy Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Oleksandr Kornienko said: “We need to think about reforms so that the cultural sphere [of Ukraine] can find new opportunities.”

Rostyslav Karandeyev, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine, added: “You can’t do anything without resources… There is a lack of political will. And when does it happen? When the authorities are forced to do it – due to the pressure of civil society.”

Gender and social policies were also discussed. Alyona Lunyova, advocacy director of the NGO ZMINA, stressed that without justice, it is impossible to talk about ending the war and resolving social issues related to it. 

The issue of pension reform was also raised, and Yuriy Hanushchak, director of the Institute for Territorial Development, said: “What is the criterion for a successful pension reform? The number of insured people (if the reform is successful, it will reach at least 80% of insured pensioners), as well as the “minimum” level” pension.

The forum concluded with a panel on education, science, healthcare, and sports. Volodymyr Bakhrushyn, a member of the National Team of Experts on Higher Education Reform, emphasised: “The challenge for Ukraine’s education is European integration. On the one hand, it is the implementation of EU standards, and on the other hand, it is the involvement of Ukrainian specialists in the work of European structures.”

The event was organized by the School of Political Analysis of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in partnership with the Reanimation Package of Reforms Coalition as part of the USAID/ENGAGE activity, which is funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Pact. The contents of this event are the sole responsibility of Pact and its partners and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.