Roland Kovats

last updated 7/27/2017

Roland Kovats

COP and ENGAGE Project at Pact Inc

Location:
1828 L Street, NW Suite 300, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States
Company:
Pact Inc
HQ Phone:
(202) 466-5666

General Information

Experience

Director - Freedom House Inc

Chief of Party - UNITER

Representative, Journalist - RCFS

Representative for Freedom of the Media - OSCE

Education

BA - Public Administration , Central European University

Law degreeEotvos Lorand University

MA - Political Science , Central European University

Recent News  

Blog | PACT

Roland Kovats, Pact's Ukraine country director, and Yulia Yesmukhanova, Pact's senior manager for governance programs in Ukraine, spoke April 21 at George Washington University'...

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Yulia Yesmukhanova, Pact's senior manager for governance programs in Ukraine, and Roland Kovats, Pact's Ukraine country director, speak April 21 at George Washington University.
Roland Kovats, Pact's Ukraine country director, and Yulia Yesmukhanova, Pact's senior manager for governance programs in Ukraine, spoke April 21 at George Washington University's Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies. "The question to me is not whether reforms can succeed," Kovats said. Citizen engagement will be key as Ukraine seeks to strengthen itself amid war, Kovats and Yesmukhanova said. Rather than focusing on abstract reforms, Kovats said, "we have to demonstrate the material benefits of this transition. And citizens must be engaged directly, he said. That means efforts must be forged locally, and not focused only in Kiev. The recent past has given Pact and its partners in Ukraine reason to be optimistic, Kovats and Yesmukhanova said. Roland Kovats, Pact's Ukraine country director, and Yulia Yesmukhanova, Pact's senior manager for governance programs in Ukraine, spoke April 21 at George Washington University's Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies. "The question to me is not whether reforms can succeed," Kovats said. Citizen engagement will be key as Ukraine seeks to strengthen itself amid war, Kovats and Yesmukhanova said. Rather than focusing on abstract reforms, Kovats said, "we have to demonstrate the material benefits of this transition. And citizens must be engaged directly, he said. That means efforts must be forged locally, and not focused only in Kiev. The recent past has given Pact and its partners in Ukraine reason to be optimistic, Kovats and Yesmukhanova said.

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News | PACT

Roland Kovats, Pact's Ukraine country director, and Yulia Yesmukhanova, Pact's senior manager for governance programs in Ukraine, spoke April 21 at George Washington University's Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies.

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