CEPPS works with political parties, the Ukrainian Parliament (Verkhovna Rada), government officials, civil society organizations (CSOs), the Central Election Committee (CEC) and the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) to increase government transparency, accountability, and responsiveness.
NDI: CEPPS focuses on promoting more accountable and inclusive political parties at the national level, enhancing party and government officials’ representation of citizens at the local level, empowering women to enter politics, and improving the enabling environment for political competition.
IRI: CEPPS uses international and domestic study trips, leadership trainings, forums, and coordinated public opinion research to strengthen political party outreach, bridge the divide between government officials and citizens, and to strengthen the capacity of key government institutions.
IFES: CEPPS supports the CEC’s ongoing modernization efforts in pursuit of inclusive, well administered elections, while partnering with civil society, media, the judiciary, lawmakers, academia and other electoral stakeholders to realize greater levels of electoral integrity, political inclusion, and citizen engagement.
CEPPS Key Achievements in Ukraine:
CEPPS empowers women, youth, persons with disabilities, Crimean IDPs, and other marginalized groups to participate in Ukraine’s political processes:
CEPPS works to inform and unite Ukrainian decision-makers on key reform priorities:
CEPPS improves the inclusivity and resilience of Ukraine’s electoral system: