Sergii Vlashchenko founded iDemocracy in order to promote democracy, transparency and civil society.
Vlashchenko has a diploma of international law from Kiev International Institute.
He studied Polling in Duke University, North Carolina.
He promotes ideas of democracy, transparency, civil society, that became a strong trigger for him and his team to join the democratic process in order to build a free, secure, democratic, prosperous Ukraine engaging by support of US and EU.
Also Sergii is the founder and CEO of iSTRATEGY - the top consulting company in Ukraine, assisting the most influential political parties and politicians.
Prior to the joining iSTRATEGY, Sergii worked as top political and media strategist.
Representatives of iDemocracy: Only by raising actual problems, we can move away from political expediency of tackling human trafficking
Nowadays one of the most dishonourable phenomenon still existing in the modern world is human trafficking. This phenomenon violates human rights, humiliates a person's honour and dignity. Every year millions of people all over the world who search for better life get in slave trade. According to estimates by the International Center for the Prevention of Crime, annual financial flow of this transnational crime comprises $30 bln. It makes human trafficking the second largest source of сriminal business in the world.
Representatives of iDemocracy took part at the roundtable in Brussels on countering human trafficking
Representatives of iDemocracy participated at the thematic roundtable in Brussels that coincides with the EU Anti-Trafficking Day.
Militants’ and Russian media promote a narrative about Ukraine's "fencing off" Donbas
A non-governmental organization iDemocracy has carried out a monitoring of information space across Ukraine, the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts as well as Russia and detected that at the end of June-beginning of July 2021 there was an anti-Ukrainian narrative about Ukraine’s “fencing off” Donbas.
Presidential Office should react to Kremlin’s disinformation on Ukraine’s “anandoning” Donbas, iDemocracy
A non-governmental organization iDemocracy has carried out a monitoring of information space within Ukraine, the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts as well as Russia and detected that militants’ and Russian media outlets broadly spread an anti-Ukrainian narrative about Ukraine’s “fencing off” Donbas at the end of June-beginning of July 2021.
Draft of the Law of Ukraine "On Amendments to Certain Laws of Ukraine on the Protection of the Right to Freedom of Thought and Religion"
Adoption of this Law will allow to form the necessary basis and appropriate models of behavior that will reduce both the risks of religious confrontation and the use of hate speech, and - creates a nonviolent algorithm to protect their rights to freedom of thought and religion through the establishment of a religious ombudsman.