The East-West Parliamentary Practice Project (EWPPP), headquartered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan nongovernmental organization founded in 1990 as a joint initiative of the European Cultural Foundation (NL) and the Ford Foundation (US) with the aim of providing support for parliaments in the newly emerging democracies in Central/Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.

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Kiev, 3-6 March 1993

Ukrainian workshop: Parliaments, Prime Ministers, and Presidents: Relations among Branches of Democratic Governments

Kiev, 13-15 March 1995
Ukrainian – CIS workshop: Parliaments, Prime Ministers and Presidents: Aspects and Techniques of Horizontal Separation of Powers (Part I)

Kharkiv, 27-28 April 1995
Ukrainian – CIS workshop: Aspects and Techniques of Vertical Separation of Powers: Relations between Central and Regional Governments (Part II)

Kiev, 14-15 September 1995
Ukrainian workshop: Privatisation and Post-Privatisation

Cherkasy, 14-15 May 1999
Ukrainian parliamentary workshop: The Material and Financial Basis of Local Self-Government in Ukraine

Kremenchuk, 20-21 September 1999
Ukrainian parliamentary workshop: Problems of Large City Management (The role of parliament and of the representative and executive bodies of city power)

Yaremcha, 14-15 October 2000
Ukrainian parliamentary workshop: The Administrative and Territorial Structure of Ukraine: Steps and Directions for Reform

Svyatogorsk, 25-26 November 2000
Ukrainian parliamentary workshop: Parliament, Local Self-Government and Citizens -Establishing Channels of Access and Communication