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Path Yields to Those Who Tread on it: Gender Equality in Ukraine

“It is all decided”, declares Member of Parliament Yuliya Kovalevska smiling as she walks into her office one early windter morning, “we are announcing it today at the Parliamentary session. High time to act.”  At this hour only rare steps may be heard in the corridors of the Ukrainian  Pamore


Property rights and legal aid: Making life a little easier in Ukraine

Ivan Kalyta’s pension allows him to buy his medication and basic food (like milk, bread and potatoes), and pay his utility bill. Two years ago he decided to sell two plots of his land to raise money to repair his house. He started trying to register his land in 2010, but wasn’t able to get the necmore


Renewable Energy in Eastern Ukraine : For the children of the Town of Bryanka, the answer was blowing in the wind

Dr Sergei Kuptsov smiles wryly as he remembers the bad old days when his office would be plunged into darkness once or twice a week because the power had failed again,  turning off most of the hospital’s medical equipment and all of its refrigerators and thereby threatening  the survival omore

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Global conversation on the Post-2015 sustainable development agenda