Anastasiia Boichuk works on reforming rehabilitation and penitentiary medicine to international law and human rights standards. She is an expert in fundraising and international technical assistance projects to Ukraine, researcher in financing cultural and creative industries, democracy believer and co-founder of Roby Vybory (Do Elections project) which motivate young people to vote.
Inna Boikiv is a lawyer and PhD student. She works in Parliament of Ukraine on reform of Ukrainian legislation on local governance and public service. She is also co-founder and Head of NGO “Institute for Development of Local Initiatives” providing assistance to local authorities and members of local communities. The spheres of her research interests are family and constitutional law.
Christine Borovkova holds Master degree in Political Studies (University of Strasbourg, France). She has worked as research assistant in social, anthropology and economic research projects in the region of the Northern Caucasus (Russia). She is professionally interested in theory of information, research and project methodology and grass roots democracy. She is social activist in women empowerment and urban studies.
Yaroslav Bozhko is a political analyst. He is also a co-organizer of Political science club at Kyiv National University. Yaroslav likes military history and history of political concepts.
Stanislav Brus specializes in public administration and governance. His main academic spheres of interest are political economy, political institutions, and social movement organizations.
Tamar Chapidze is a founder of Civil Development and Research Institute in Tbilisi, Georgia. She specializes in International Relations. Her field of interest is EU neighborhood policy (EaP).
Olha Dupliak is a Сo-founder and Program Director of Ukrainian NGO “Youth for Global Progress”, Ph.D., Associate Professor at Khmelnytskyi national university. She conducted the study for two years in the field of innovation in modern enterprises of the country, forecasting, and modelling situational problems in the social and political economy through economic methods and mathematical modelling. Olha is engaged in political activities, takes part in forums and roundtables with local authorities. She is a trainer, motivational speaker and social projects organizer.
Viktoriia Gosudarska has a MA in European Interdisciplinary Studies from the College of Europe and is currently working for UNHCR (The UN Refugee Agency) as a Reporting assistant. The main areas of her expertise are security, hybrid wars, migration, communications and media. As a journalist and a radio broadcaster she worked on debunking disinformation from media outlets of several countries in cooperation with East StratCom task force of EEAS.
Orysia Hrudka is a journalist, book reviewer and researcher. She has BA in Political Science and works for Krytyka Journal. She investigates the political economy of social media and is interested in sustainability alternatives.
Valeriya Izhyk is reform specialist in the Directorate General for Strategic Planning and European Integration, Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. She studies Public policy and Governance in Kyiv School of Economics where she conducts policy research on norms convergence with the EU in education, science and innovations areas. Her goal is to design a coherent approach towards EU Association.
Christine Karelska has degrees in Philology and European Inderdisciplinary Studies. Her major specialization is the European Neighbourhood Policy. Currently, she is working as the parliamentarian assistant. She is interested in EU-Ukraine relations, migration, and security.
Pavlo Kolotvin is the founder and editor in chief of the Odessa media “informer.od.ua” and a Head of the NGO “Institute of Political Information”. He participated in a series of advocacy campaigns related to providing transparency to local authorities. He focuses on media projects and initiatives related to the analytical component.
Mykola Kolotylo works in the NGO sector as a lawyer. He is dealing with ensuring fair justice. Mykola is interested in decision theory and exploring new places.
Ihor Kravets is a human right activist and civil society leader. He is engaged in democratization, public control of law enforcement agencies, strengthening of the capacity of civil activists and civil society.
Mariia Levchenko has a PhD in Economics. She is the graduate of Warsaw Euroatlantic Academy and Riga Graduate School of Law, and Community Solutions 2017 Fellow. She is a Co-founder and Program Director of Ukrainian NGO “Youth for Global Progress”.
Serhii Marynychev is a project management specialist in IT company and deputy of his district. He is dealing with ecology, equal rights issues, education and infrastructure improvements.
Halyna Nikitina is an economist, accountant in a public organization and young ambassador in U-Report Ukraine. Halyna’s professional interests include development of social entrepreneurship and gender equality. She organizes “human libraries” and takes part in the implementation of non-formal education for youth in Kharkiv.
Olena Ohorodnik is a civil activist and project manager at Kyiv Smart City Initiative. Implementation of smart technologies into public services and development of city’s infrastructure are the main issues of her professional work. She is also interested in international journalism and the media research.
Gleb Parfenov is a civic activist. He is researching foreign affairs, information and hybrid warfare. He is interested in military history and philosophy.
Anastasia Pociumban works on democracy and civil society in Eastern Partnership Countries, namely Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova. She is interested in conflict environments, democratic transitions, and media developments. Anastasia is currently working at Democracy Reporting International in Berlin and has previously worked in Brussels and Chisinau.
Anna Pozdniakova is a PhD student, studying smart sustainable cities concept and possibilities of its implementation in Ukrainian cities. She works as a project manager in IT sector. Her interests are sharing economy, digitalization, and sustainable development.
Yaryna Samusevych has a PhD in economics. Her professional interests include issues of taxation and economic regulation of entrepreneurship as well as non-formal education.
Olena Sorotsynska is a youth activist, historian, and lawyer. She works in the NGO sector and helps young people to find new opportunities for development. She is also interested in European integration, diplomacy, gender and political issues.
Mariia Tesliuk is a specialist of monitoring and evaluating projects at CF Caritas Zaporizhzhiya, head of the NGO “Dobrosvit”. Women development is a subject of her research.
Serhii Tytiuk is political scientist and media analyst. He is working in the field of media monitoring and fake detection. Also Serhii likes new technologies.