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Dennis Bazilevych

Need for lobbying regulation reform was discussed at the World Forum on Governance in Prague

From 9 to 11 November 2011 in Prague the First Annual World Forum on Governance took place with over 90 delegates attended. The event, initiated by the famous American think tank, Brookings, became a controversial platform for exchanging views and making recommendations on various aspects of both public and corporate governance, given the current global challenges.

Special attention in the Forum was paid to the interaction between public authorities, commercial companies and interest groups through lobbying and advocacy mechanisms, the study of positive and negative experiences of individual countries with the institutionalization of lobbying, the possibility of using such tools as part of anti-corruption policy.

Dennis Bazilevych, Director

bazilevych@lobbying.in.ua

Dennis  Bazilevych, a strategic advisor and consultant to a number of commercial organizations and international technical assistance programs. Dennis has experience in public administration from his work in the Secretariat of the President of Ukraine in 2005-07.  He further gained new experience in good practice and deepened his understanding of the principles of successful cooperation between business, interest groups and the U.S. Congress during his placement  in the personal office of Congressman Walz in 2007-08 as a Fulbright/ APSA Congressional Fellow.

Dennis received his M.S. in International Economy in 2001 from the Odesa State Economic University. In 2012, he received his degree in International Law from the Institute of International Relations of Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko University. In 2005, Dennis was a presidential nominee for the Executive Business Leadership Program at Cambridge University, Great Britain. In 2006, he was selected as a John Smith Fellow and did  brief internships in the executive offices of the British government (Prime Minister, Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit, Foreign Office, Treasury). In 2008, Dennis successfully completed the Public Affairs and Advocacy Institute at American University (Washington, DC). In 2015 - similar course in Brussels. 

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