MIP: Publication ‘Green Book. A Policy Towards Crimea’ Presented in Kyiv
On 23 May 2018, the publication ‘Green Book. A Policy Towards Crimea’, organized by the Ministry of Information Policy of Ukraine, was presented at the press centre of the news agency Ukrinform.
The participants of the event discussed the key steps towards de-occupying the Crimean Peninsula in the field of social, educational and administrative services, of the sanctions and information policy, of culture, the development of legislation on the protection of indigenous peoples, human rights and liberation of Ukrainian political prisoners.
“The Ukrainian state develops its information policy on the basis of strategic communications. Today’s event is one of the components of such communication, since the participation of the expert community in the shaping of the state policy is the kind of feedback the state should take into account,” the Adviser to the Minister of Information Policy of Ukraine on Information Reintegration of Crimea, Yulia Kazdobina, was quoted as saying.
She added that the establishment of a clear narrative on the Crimean topic and coordination of efforts among different bodies of state power and with public organizations is one of the priorities of the information policy today.
The presentation was attended by Refat Chubarov, Ukraine’s MP and the Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people; Yulia Tyshchenko, Head of Civil Society Development Programs at the Ukrainian Center for Independent Political Research (UCIPR); Daria Svyrydova, expert at the Ukrainian Helsinki Group; Arsen Zhumadilov, adviser to the Chairman of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people; Inna Kovaliv, expert at the NGO Open Policy Fund, etc.
The publication ‘Green Book. A Policy Towards Crimea’ was drawn up by the Ukrainian Center for Independent Political Research.
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