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Ukraine/ 9. Sources and Links  

9.1 Key documents on cultural policy

European Programme of Cultural Policy Reviews – Cultural Policy in Ukraine National Report (English and Ukrainian version) –
Also available– English version from: Ukrainian version from:

Council of Europe, Steering Committee for Culture (CDCULT), National Cultural Policy Review of Ukraine, Experts' Report (CDCULT (2007) 15, 23 April 2007), presented at the 6th Plenary Session, Strasbourg, 9 – 11 May 2007

Cultural Actors of Change in Belarus, Ukraine and Moldova. East European Reflection Group. European Cultural Foundation. Available from:

Culture policies in Ukraine (humanitarian security, language, education). International Centre of Perspective Studies. Kyiv, 2007. Only in Ukrainian. Also available from:

White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue. Living Together as Equal in Dignitity. Ukrainian version. Council of Europe, Ministry of Culture of Ukraine, Development Centre «Democracy through Culture ». Kyiv: 2010. See also:

Yuriy Bohutsky: Self-organisation of Culture: Ontology, Dynamics, Perspectives. Kyiv: Institute of Cultural Science, Veselka, 2008. Only in Ukrainian.

New Power: Modernisation Challenges. Analytical reports. Kyiv "K.I.C": 2011. Only in Ukrainian

Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, Wayne R. Thirsk: Fiscal Decentralisation in Ukraine. Accomplishments and Challenges in the Transition. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2011

Cultural Planning in The City of L'viv: Cultural Mapping (

Cultural practices and cultural policy. Actual issues of socio-cultural modernisation in Ukraine. Analytical report. Kyiv-2012, Centre for Social Studies "Sofia". Only in Ukrainian.

A Report on the Condition of Culture and NGOs in Ukraine. A trilingual (Polish, Ukrainian, English) special issue of the monthly web magazine: articles, studies, report summaries, interviews of outstanding experts and practitioners, predominantly Ukrainian and also Polish. Fundacija Kultura Enter, Fundacija Open Culture. Lublin, 2012. Also available at:

Oleksandr Butsenko. Where we are // The Ukrainian Week, #8 April 2013)

Chapter published: 05-06-2015

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