Post Date:
06 February 2024

Andriana KOSTENKO and Anna YEVSIEIEVA (the Department of Psychology, Political Science and Socio-Cultural Technologies) analyzed the issue of economic security for women.

The study covered women from 14 Ukrainian regions.

“The analysis shows what external and internal barriers women face in the economic sphere. It describes the factors that contribute to women’s economic security,” – said Andriana Kostenko.

Based on the analysis results, recommendations have been developed for the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, public authorities, NGOs and international entities. The aim is to increase the economic resilience of women with dependents, women with IDP status, residents of combat communities, veterans, volunteers, etc.

The full report can be found here.

The study “Economic Security Analysis for Women” was supported by the UK Government as a part of the project “Women. Peace. Security: Respond to Wartime Challenges”. The latter is implemented by the Ukrainian Women Fund together with the La Strada-Ukraine, the Jurfem Association, the Women Consulting Center, the Ukrainian Foundation for Public Health, the Women Perspectives Center, etc.

The views expressed in this presentation are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position of the UK Government.