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Trust Building and Dialogue Around Ukraine Police Reform

A room full of startled spectators looks on as Patrol Officer Kovalenko grapples with her opponent. Seeing an opening, she makes her move, deftly flipping her opponent onto the ground and subduing him to the stunned gasps of those gathered nearby. No, this is no criminal hideout, nor is the man on the floor suspected of a crime. This is a self-defense demonstration at Lviv Public Library, one of 120 community engagement events bringing together Ukraine’s new patrol police with local residents at libraries across Ukraine under the auspices of IREX’s My New Police project.

A room full of startled spectators looks on as Patrol Officer Kovalenko grapples with her opponent. Seeing an opening, she makes her move, deftly flipping her opponent onto the ground and subduing him to the stunned gasps of those gathered nearby. No, this is no criminal hideout, nor is the man on the floor suspected of a crime.

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My New Police facilitates citizen-police engagement events that convene local communities for public dialogue about the reforms.

Trust Building and Dialogue Around Ukraine Police Reform

A room full of startled spectators looks on as Patrol Officer Kovalenko grapples with her opponent. Seeing an opening, she makes her move, deftly flipping her opponent onto the ground and subduing him to the stunned gasps of those gathered nearby. No, this is no criminal hideout, nor is the man on the floor suspected of a crime. This is a self-defense demonstration at Lviv Public Library, one of 120 community engagement events bringing together Ukraine’s new patrol police with local residents at libraries across Ukraine under the auspices of IREX’s My New Police project.

A room full of startled spectators looks on as Patrol Officer Kovalenko grapples with her opponent. Seeing an opening, she makes her move, deftly flipping her opponent onto the ground and subduing him to the stunned gasps of those gathered nearby. No, this is no criminal hideout, nor is the man on the floor suspected of a crime.

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My New Police facilitates citizen-police engagement events that convene local communities for public dialogue about the reforms.

Trust Building and Dialogue Around Ukraine Police Reform

A room full of startled spectators looks on as Patrol Officer Kovalenko grapples with her opponent. Seeing an opening, she makes her move, deftly flipping her opponent onto the ground and subduing him to the stunned gasps of those gathered nearby. No, this is no criminal hideout, nor is the man on the floor suspected of a crime. This is a self-defense demonstration at Lviv Public Library, one of 120 community engagement events bringing together Ukraine’s new patrol police with local residents at libraries across Ukraine under the auspices of IREX’s My New Police project.

A room full of startled spectators looks on as Patrol Officer Kovalenko grapples with her opponent. Seeing an opening, she makes her move, deftly flipping her opponent onto the ground and subduing him to the stunned gasps of those gathered nearby. No, this is no criminal hideout, nor is the man on the floor suspected of a crime.

Feature Image Caption: 
My New Police facilitates citizen-police engagement events that convene local communities for public dialogue about the reforms.

Trust Building and Dialogue Around Ukraine Police Reform

A room full of startled spectators looks on as Patrol Officer Kovalenko grapples with her opponent. Seeing an opening, she makes her move, deftly flipping her opponent onto the ground and subduing him to the stunned gasps of those gathered nearby. No, this is no criminal hideout, nor is the man on the floor suspected of a crime. This is a self-defense demonstration at Lviv Public Library, one of 120 community engagement events bringing together Ukraine’s new patrol police with local residents at libraries across Ukraine under the auspices of IREX’s My New Police project.

A room full of startled spectators looks on as Patrol Officer Kovalenko grapples with her opponent. Seeing an opening, she makes her move, deftly flipping her opponent onto the ground and subduing him to the stunned gasps of those gathered nearby. No, this is no criminal hideout, nor is the man on the floor suspected of a crime.

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My New Police facilitates citizen-police engagement events that convene local communities for public dialogue about the reforms.

Supporting Young Social Entrepreneurs to Tackle Global Issues

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

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While leading the Hult Prize Competition at Maryville College, Souha had the opportunity to strengthen her leadership skills while exercising her drive to innovate.

Supporting Young Social Entrepreneurs to Tackle Global Issues

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

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While leading the Hult Prize Competition at Maryville College, Souha had the opportunity to strengthen her leadership skills while exercising her drive to innovate.

Supporting Young Social Entrepreneurs to Tackle Global Issues

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

Feature Image Caption: 
While leading the Hult Prize Competition at Maryville College, Souha had the opportunity to strengthen her leadership skills while exercising her drive to innovate.

Supporting Young Social Entrepreneurs to Tackle Global Issues

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

Feature Image Caption: 
While leading the Hult Prize Competition at Maryville College, Souha had the opportunity to strengthen her leadership skills while exercising her drive to innovate.

Supporting Young Social Entrepreneurs to Tackle Global Issues

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

Feature Image Caption: 
While leading the Hult Prize Competition at Maryville College, Souha had the opportunity to strengthen her leadership skills while exercising her drive to innovate.

Supporting Young Social Entrepreneurs to Tackle Global Issues

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

“I didn’t really know about the existence of social entrepreneurship,” says Souha, a Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program (Tunisia UGRAD) participant. “[But the Hult Prize Competition] helped me discover that I wanted to have a business that genuinely helps people while making a profit.”

Feature Image Caption: 
While leading the Hult Prize Competition at Maryville College, Souha had the opportunity to strengthen her leadership skills while exercising her drive to innovate.
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