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Civil Society in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine

Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society Series, Book 193 · Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society

by Natalia Shapovalova Editor · Olga Burlyuk Editor

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This book is among the first comprehensive efforts to collectively and academically investigate the legacy of the Euromaidan in conflict-torn Ukraine within the domain of civil society broadly understood. The contributions to this book identify, describe, conceptualize, and explain various developments in Ukrainian civil society and its role in Ukraine's democratization, state-building, and conflict resolution by looking at specific understudied sectors and by tracing the situation before, during, and after the Euromaidan. In doing so, this trailblazing collection highlights a number of new themes, challenges, and opportunities related to Ukrainian civil society. They include volunteerism, grassroots community-based activism, social activism of churches, civic efforts of building peace and reconciliation, civic activism of journalists and mediators, digital activism, activism of think tanks and expert coalitions, the LGBT movement, challenges of civil society relations with the state, and the closing of civic space.

Publication Details

Publisher:
ibidem
Publication Date:
2018
Series:
Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society

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Natalia Shapovalova (Editor)

Dr. Natalia Shapovalova is an Associate Fellow at Vesalius College Brussels and member of the Carnegie Civic Research Network. She studied politics and international studies at Warwick, Maastricht, Lublin and the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. Her research ...

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Natalia Shapovalova (Contributor)

Dr. Natalia Shapovalova is an Associate Fellow at Vesalius College Brussels and member of the Carnegie Civic Research Network. She studied politics and international studies at Warwick, Maastricht, Lublin and the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. Her research ...

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Creators

Other :
Andreas Umland
Author of introduction, etc. :
Richard Youngs
Editor :
Natalia Shapovalova
Contributor :
Natalia Shapovalova
Contributor :
Vera Axyonova
Contributor :
Susann Worschech
Editor :
Olga Burlyuk
Contributor :
Olga Burlyuk
Contributor :
Taras Antoshevskyi
Contributor :
Tetyana Bohdanova
Contributor :
Ganna Bazilo
Contributor :
Giselle Bosse
Contributor :
Halyna Budivska
Contributor :
Mykhailo Cherenkov
Contributor :
Christina Parandii
Contributor :
Balázs Jarábik
Contributor :
Tetiana Kalenychenko
Contributor :
Tatiana Kyselova
Contributor :
Vitalii Moroz
Contributor :
Dariya Orlova
Contributor :
Kateryna Pischikova
Contributor :
Valentyna Romanova
Contributor :
Fabian Schöpner
Contributor :
Maryna Shevtsova
Contributor :
Kateryna Zarembo
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