About Ukraine Reform Conference
The Ukraine Reform Conference is a key annual international event dedicated to the expert discussion of the progress of Ukraine's reforms.
The URC was initiated at the intergovernmental level in 2017. For three years in a row, it has been a platform that brings together Ukrainian and foreign government officials, representatives of the European Union, NATO, the G7, business, and civil society.
The purpose of Ukraine Reform Conference is:
the annual results of Ukraine's reforms and the discussion of the priority goals of the Ukrainian government for the next year;
promoting the involvement of the international community in Ukrainian reforms;
encouraging investment in the economy of Ukraine.
In 2020, the Ukraine Reform Conference will take place in Vilnius, Republic of Lithuania.
Within the framework of the URC, representatives of Ukrainian civil society present their recommendations on the priority goals of reforms in Ukraine for the next 2021, set out in sectoral analytical briefings on reforms.
Relevant civil society experts have prepared sectoral analytical briefs. The briefs were widely discussed with the participation of representatives of public organizations, stakeholders, and active citizens at the national and regional levels.