Annual research programmes

29.10.2013

“Ukraine after Vilnius”

On 29 October 2013, Gorshenin Institute held the III National Expert Forum “Ukraine after Vilnius”.
30.05.2013

Second National Expert Forum

On 30 May 2013 the Second National Expert Forum was held in Kyiv: “Ukraine-2013. Agenda”. The Forum was organized by the Gorshenin Institute.
15.05.2013

"Report on Transformation. Ukraine 2012"

On 12-14 May, 2013 the sixth Europe-Ukraine Forum took place in Budapest.
06.02.2013

"Today’s Challenges from the Perspective of the World’s Parliamentarians"

Gorshenin Institute’s international expert survey "Today’s Challenges from the Perspective of the World’s Parliamentarians" was held in 2012. Lawmakers of 92 countries took part in the research, representing all the macroregions of the world…
29.04.2011

Students – an Image of the Future

The fourth Annual Social Research Report comprises the results of the broad international survey conducted by Gorshenin Institute among students of the world.
08.04.2010

Self-Portrait. Ukraine 2010

The third Gorshenin Institute's Annual Social Research Report reflects the attitudes of Ukrainian citizens towards the most painful problems of the modern world.
18.03.2009

Project "Ukrainian statehood"

The second Gorshenin Institute's Annual Social Reserch Program "Ukrainian statehood" is an invitation to reflect together on the future of Ukraine.
13.03.2008

“Mental bases of choice”

In the beginning of 2007 the Gorshenin Institute started the research program “Mental bases of choice”, aimed to understand, not who and what is chosen by Ukrainians, but why they choose.

News

25.01.2019

Almost 60% want Ukraine in EU – poll by Gorshenin Institute

The figure has not changed much since May 2018.
12.12.2018

Ukraine’s first survey on AI presented in Kyiv

Experts insist on the need to form a National Strategy for innovative environment development within the framework of a public-private partnership and raise international investment for research.
24.10.2018

Half of Ukrainians support NATO entry – poll by Gorshenin Institute

Some 11.5% failed to make up their mind.
More news