Good Governance Forum 2019

Date: September 11, 2019 (9.00-16.00)
Venue: Kyiv, Ukraine (TBC)

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In recent years, democratic societies across the globe appear to have been caught off guard by numerous challenges. Issues such as geopolitical conflicts and terrorism, mass surveillance, disinformation, electoral interference, partisan polarization threaten democratic norms, institutions, and governance. Out of those factors digital threats are met with the least prepared responses in most of the democratic societies, both mature and developing. Thus the exchange of relevant knowledge and experience of dealing with this new kind of dangerous influences that hamper global stability is in our mutual interest.

In pursuit of the ideals of a good democratic society, the Aspen Institute Kyiv will hold the Good Governance Forum 2019. The Forum is designed to allow leaders from different countries to exchange experiences and ideas on how to nurture democratic governance and develop solutions to common problems related to the penetration of digital technologies.


Good Governance Forum is a part of the Good Governance Program.
Good Governance Program is supported by a grant from Luminate.
Good Governance Forum is organized with the support of OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine.