DPP professor Kahanec published a chapter on education in CEPR book on Rebuilding Ukraine: Principles and Policies

December 14, 2022
(c) Dorota Holubova

DPP professor and head of department Martin Kahanec contributed a chapter on Education Reforms during and after the War to the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR) book on Rebuilding Ukraine: Principles and Policies.

Following up on the CEPR blueprint on the reconstruction of Ukraine, the CEPR has put together a group of scientists around the world, with two lead authors on each chapter – one from the EU and one from Ukraine – to provide a salient detailed roadmap covering various sectors and policy areas for the reconstruction of Ukraine from Day 1.

“The efforts to reconstruct Ukraine will need to be based on salient evidence so that the valuable resources and social and political capital available are put to their most effective use. It will be crucial to ensure the participation of all social groups in the reconstruction efforts to enable and empower them to be part of, and contributors to the state- and peace-building efforts. Inclusive access to high-quality education will be the keystone for these efforts,” remarked Kahanec.   

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