Dmytro Khutkyy



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Scholar and practitioner of digital democracy and open governance

Dmytro Khutkyy is the Policy and Advocacy Advisor at European Digital Development Alliance as well as the National Researcher at the Independent Reporting Mechanism, Open Government Partnership initiative, and the Expert at the Coalition for the Advance of e-Democracy, in Ukraine. He has obtained his PhD in Sociology at the Institute of Sociology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and taught sociology courses at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. After that he has accomplished several international programs in Austria, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Italy, Sweden, and the United States, studying patterns of democratic participation under the modern global trends. In Ukraine, he participated in grassroots civic activism within the Center for Innovations Development, Reanimation Package of Reforms, and Transparency International. Dmytro Khutkyy evaluated and advised on reforms of Ukrainian government related to access to information, public accountability, and civic participation. Besides, he performed expert consultancy for UNDP, OECD, eGA, EGAP, DRI, IRI, and other organizations on best practices of civic technology and open government. Dmytro Khutkyy conducts research, training, and communication to promote digital democracy and innovative governance.

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Civil Society Civil Society, Non-Conventional Political Participation, Social Movements, And Migration Studies Democratization Social Movements Political Culture Policy Recommendations Political Participation Public Governance