UWC launches database of analytics on Ukraine
The Ukrainian World Congress (UWC) is pleased to announce the launch of its database of analytics, which collects academic and policy-relevant research from Europe, North America and other parts of the world, as well as official documents on Ukraine from international organizations, including the UN, OSCE, Council of Europe, NATO and EU.
This database was prepared and will be updated on a regular basis by the UWC Mission to International Organizations in Brussels, which has made every effort to make it user-friendly and efficient. The database of analytics targets policymakers, researchers, experts, journalists, students, and all those with an interest in quality analytics and the international perspective on Ukraine.
Specifically, this searchable database contains links to books, edited volumes, policy briefs, scientific publications, and other sources related to the current situation and reform process in Ukraine, its European and Euro-Atlantic integration, Russian aggression and disinformation, and Ukraine’s bilateral relations with other Eastern Partnership and other countries. It offers extensive search, sorting, and filter possibilities by publication date, author, title, keywords, publisher and institution, type of work, and language.
“The Ukrainian World Congress hopes that this database will contribute to sensitizing the international community to Ukraine’s transformation into a European, reformed and modern state,” stated UWC President Eugene Czolij.
“The Ukrainian World Congress welcomes suggestions and recommendations on the content, and ways to improve the user experience and value of this database of analytics,” said Director of the UWC Mission to International Organizations in Brussels Maryna Iaroshevych.
View the database of analytics on Ukraine HERE.