Applying best practices from EU funds to the reconstruction of Ukraine
photo credit: Kurekaoru
Briefing | 20 December 2022
CEE Bankwatch Network and its member group organisations in central and eastern Europe have been involved in the monitoring of EU funds since the early 2000s. This experience has shown that EU funds can really make a difference and have a significant impact at a national level. Some of these experiences can show us how Ukraine’s own funds and EU or international financial instruments dedicated to Ukraine’s post-war reconstruction should be developed and used. This briefing reviews lessons from EU funds such as cohesion policy funding and the Recovery and Resilience Facility for ensuring Ukraine’s reconstruction is financed in a way that ensures participation and green, sustainable outcomes.
Theme: Reconstruction of Ukraine
Project: The post-war Reconstruction of Ukraine
Tags: EU funds | Ukraine | green reconstruction | reconstruction of Ukraine
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