The attritional phase of war in Ukraine and continued damage to economic and civilian infrastructure necessitates rapid adaptation and reform. This will replenish resilience, optimize the use of scarce resources and help the country gain the advantage on the battlefield.
In anticipation of the Wilton Park conference ‘Building the enabling environment for Ukraine’s Economic Growth: the role of its reform agenda’, Chatham House presents preliminary findings from its work for Ukraine’s immediate reform agenda. With a focus on anti-corruption and transparency, this roundtable discusses how Western assistance can be better streamlined and what areas will have most positive impact. The discussion informs the final conference pre-read that Chatham House will circulate to the participants.
How can Ukraine adapt internal reforms to ensure effective response for relief and recovery during wartime?
How can anti-corruption strategies be implemented to meet the societal demand for justice?
What are the prevailing constraints imposed by the martial law?
This roundtable will take place under the Chatham House Rule.