CivilMPlus platform statement on Russia holding so-called “referendums” in the occupied territories of Ukraine

We join the open statement of the participants of the CivilMPlus platform, dated September 29, 2022. We call on governments and civil societies around the world, in particular the G7 countries, the European Union, and its member states to continue the policy of not recognizing the “referendums” and considering their results as null and void.

Open Statement of the participants of CivilMPlus platform and European civil society organisations on granting Ukraine EU candidate status

We join the open statement of the participants of the CivilMPlus platform, dated June 13, 2022. We are convinced that granting EU candidate status will give Ukraine the green light to carry out ambitious and comprehensive reforms in close cooperation with the European Union.

CPI “Ideas for Change” Supports Euromaidan SOS Appeal on “Denazification Courses” as a War Crime

CPI "Ideas for Change" supports Euromaidan SOS Appeal on "Denazification Courses" as a War Crime against Civilians in Territories Temporarily Occupied by Russia. We declare the inadmissibility of humiliation and abuse of Ukrainian citizens in the russian-occupied territories and call for an end to this inhumane practice.

Together, the civil society of Ukraine, Russia, and the EU are working to create a “Map of the Conflict Actors in Donbas”

On May 28, 2020, an expert discussion took place on a large-scale document “The Map of the Conflict Actors in Donbas” prepared in cooperation with the CivilM+ Platform. It has taken about two years to collect information about those involved... View Article

Join the online-dialogue on contested narratives

To involve a wider circle of the experts to the dialogue on historical narratives, our partners from inmedio peace consult (Berlin, Germany) have designed a consensus-oriented online-dialogue tool that enables collaborative working on one joint text. The online-dialogue instrument proposes... View Article

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Centre of Public Initiatives “Ideas for Change” (IfC) was founded in November 2015 but started its active project work from January 2017. The IfC’s founders have a considerable experience in civil sector as well as in the think-tanks, international organisations... View Article

Women, Peace and Security: A Chance for Georgia’s and Ukraine’s Protracted Conflicts? (2019)

Following the Ukrainian-German project in 2016 and the German-Ukrainian-Georgian project in 2018, the Centre of Public Initiatives “Ideas for Change” (Kyiv), Polis180 (Berlin) and the IDP Women Association “Consent” (Tbilisi) continue their work on the Women, Peace and Security Agenda in the... View Article