Robert Bosch Fellow (2012)
Orysia Lutsevych

Summary

Orysia Lutsevych held the Robert Bosch fellowship at Chatham House in 2012 and was also a research fellow with the Russia and Eurasia programme. She also works as a 'third sector' consultant to private and public agencies and foundations. She argues for a new paradigm for democracy promotion and civil society development based on stronger citizen engagement and a new theory of change. In the last two years she has authored several newspaper op-eds, and spoken on civil society at international conferences in Brussels, Kyiv, Berlin, Minsk, London, St Petersburg and Sarajevo. She regularly participates in donor conferences and interacts with the European Foundation Centre, Grantmakers East Forum and Devex International in particular. 

Expertise

  • Civil society development in Ukraine and Georgia 
  • Ukraine foreign and domestic policy
  • EU Eastern Partnership Policy 

Experience

2014Research Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House        
2012 -Independent consultant
2012 Robert Bosch Fellow, Russia and Eurasia Programme, Chatham House
2009 - 11 Head of Development, Europe House Georgia 
2007 - 09Executive Director, Open Ukraine Foundation
2005 - 07Deputy Director, PAUCI Foundation 

Languages

  • English, Russian, Ukrainian - broadcast standard;Polish, French - not for broadcast