"Hrani možlyvoho: ščo može zrobyty Ukraïna jak nelostijnyj člen rady bezleky OON?"
pozycijnyj dokument Kyiv, 2016
pozycijnyj dokument / Avtor: Julija Kurnyšova, Člen Pravlinnja Rady Zovnišn'oï Polityky "Ukraïns'ka Pryzma". - [Kyiv] : Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, . - [10 Seiten] = 730 MB, PDF-File. - (Ekspertni bezpekovi debaty "prism security debates"). - (Ukrainian prism) Einheitssacht.: "The limits of possible: what can Ukraine achieve as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council?" . - Electronic ed.: Kyiv : FES, 2016
Gender policy and institutional mechanisms of its implementation in Ukraine
national review of Ukraine's implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the outcomes of the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly Kyiv, 2014
national review of Ukraine's implementation of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action and the outcomes of the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly / [Authored by Mykhailo Koriukalov]. - [Kyiv] : Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine [u.a.], 2014. - 112 S. = 8,4 MB PDF-File. - Electronic ed.: Kyiv : FES, 2014
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