Ukraine Legislative Drafting Project

Introducing the Legislative Drafting Project

In April 2001 Dr. Helen Xanthaki, Academic Director of the Sir William Dale Centre for Legislative Studies (CLS), and Dr. Constantin Stefanou, IALS Research Fellow, were awarded by the Department for International Development (DFID) £747,075 for the implementation of a three-year project (now extended to four years) aiming to provide assistance to the government of Ukraine in the field of legislative drafting.

The Legislative Drafting Project (LDP) in Ukraine, managed by the Sir William Dale Centre of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS), run for 4 years from May 2001 to April 2005 and utilised up to £747,075 of British development partnership funding for Ukraine.

Why was the CLS selected for the implementation of the Project?

Aims of the Project

How did we go about achieving the Project goals?

Work Programme

How was the project managed from the London side?

How was the Project managed from the Ukrainian side?

How was our performance evaluated?


Page last updated: 18th January 2016