INSTITUTE FOR POLITICAL AND INFORMATION RESEARCH

We specialize in information, monitoring, and educational projects using gamification, modern information technology, and social
innovations for implementing changes in community development.

OUR PRINCIPLES OF WORK

We practice innovations on ourselves.
NGO "IPID" works as an accelerator - we quickly generate and test working hypotheses. Every day we put forward 2-3 ideas, which we try in the shortest possible time. This allows us to quickly find new solutions, new approaches that can be scaled.
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We make timely and high-quality delivery.
We fulfill our obligations to donors and partners, project participants, and ourselves on time.
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We create a cognitive process.
We offer our participants a gamified process that fuels the desire to be constantly involved in program activities and participate in all activities of our projects.
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We maintain relations and develop social capital.
NGO "IPID" has trained more than 300 specialists using game-training technology "World of Communities" to activate communities in all regions of Ukraine and Moldova. We know the features of different areas, profiles of agents of change, and local issues. If necessary, thanks to social capital, we quickly involve local experts from any region of the country.
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OUR PROJECTS

OUR TEAM

Olga Bashnyak
President
Oleksandra Husar
Vice President
Mykhailo Voitovych
Program director
Taras Tymchuk
Program director, project manager
Natalia Garasivka
Head of Acceleration and Grant Programs
Denis Kovalchuk
communication specialist
Anastasia Malik
Assistant

ABOUT US

NGO "Institute for Political and Information Research" was founded on October 12, 2005, by students of the National University "Ostroh Academy". Since October 2015, we have resumed our activities, taking into account the events in Ukraine that give all Ukrainians a big chance to build a prosperous country.

Purpose: To promote the spiritual, intellectual, physical, and cultural development of society, based on the ideas of sustainable development and awareness of the importance of global world processes and the formation of the global information society. The institute also professes a transition to a reasonable consumption of resources (natural, intellectual, spiritual, human, etc.) and mutual assistance in response to other people’s needs, living beings, and nature in general.

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