Ukraine is at a critical juncture. A challenging internal reform agenda, a deteriorating economic and social situation, and the war in its eastern regions make the country more vulnerable than at any time in recent memory.

Complex and fluid internal dynamics are in motion as a result of the ongoing struggle between the system of old rules and vested interests on the one hand, and a strong demand and pressure from society and a new generation of policy-makers for new rules on the other.

The forum brings together a dynamic group of stakeholders, including politicians, practitioners, civil society leaders, academics and journalists to examine the political situation in Ukraine.

It is managed by Orysia Lutsevych and governed by a steering committee of eminent academics, journalists and funders, chaired by Robert Brinkley, the UK's ambassador to Ukraine from 2002-06.

View the Ukraine Forum Video Playlist (on YouTube)