Presentation of the analytical report “The State of Funding of Culture and Art from Local Budgets: The Main Trends of 2022”

The project “Restoring Ukraine Together” invites representatives of the media and interested parties to the presentation of the analytical report “The State of Funding of Culture and Art from Local Budgets: The Main Trends of 2022.”

Date: July 28 at 1:00 p.m.

Format: offline, Ukrinform (8/16 B. Khmelnytsky Str., Kyiv, 01001, hall 2).

Organizer: National Interests Advocacy Network “ANTS”.

The document was based on data from the following sources:

  • State budget web portal for citizens;
  • A single web portal for the use of public funds;
  • State Treasury Service of Ukraine;
  • National Bank of Ukraine;
  • State Statistics Service of Ukraine;
  • Information contained in normative legal acts of Ukraine.

The full text of the report is at the link.


Halyna Hryhorenko, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine.

Tetyana Shulga is the Sectoral manager of the cultural direction of the Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine.

Yevheniya Kravchuk (online), the Deputy head of the Verkhovna Rada Ukraine Committee on Humanitarian and Information Policy.

Taras Marshalok (online), Author of the study, Expert of the project “Restoring Ukraine Together” and Analyst of the Center of Public Finances and Governance KSE, professor of the Department of Finance named after SI. Yuriy of the West Ukrainian National University.

Oleksandr Isyp is an Expert of the All-Ukrainian Association of Amalgamated Territorial Communities.

Marina Kuzmichova is the Deputy Mayor of Rivne.

Andriy Moskalenko (online), Deputy Mayor of Lviv.

Moderator of the event: Yaroslav Petrakov, Ex-director general of the Directorate of Strategic Planning and European Integration of the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine.

Accreditation is mandatory.

Accreditation of media representatives:

Broadcast of the event via the link.

The project “Restoring Ukraine together” is implemented with the financial support of the European Union by the National Interests Advocacy Network ANTS with the aim of building trust between the key stakeholders of the process of restoration in Ukraine: state and local authorities, international donors and partners, expert and professional communities, and representatives of civil society.

Share on social networks