The Razumkov Centre is a non-governmental think tank founded in 1994. It conducts research of public policy in the following spheres:

  • domestic policy;
  • state administration;
  • economic policy;
  • energy;
  • land relations;
  • foreign policy;
  • social policy;
  • international and regional security;
  • national security and defence.

The Razumkov Centre united experts in the fields of economy, energy, law, political sciences, international relations, military security, land relations, sociology, history and philosophy. The Centre has about 35 full-time employees, and over 100 people work on a contractual basis. The Ukrainian-wide public opinion polls of Razumkov Centre Sociological Service are carried out by over 300 interviewers.
Analytical materials of the Razumkov Centre are:

  • recognized and used by various political forces;
  • recognized by the scientific and expert community;
  • presented on the websites of the Government, some ministries and departments;
  • used as analytical and reference materials during the parliamentary heariings in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine;
  • listed as recommended for the students of Ukrainian universities;
  • have high index of quoting in Ukrainian and foreign mass media and scientific literature.

In 2004, during the International Economic Forum in Krynica (Poland) the Razumkov Centre was named the best non-governmental organisation of Eastern Europe.

According to the 2019 Global Go to Think Tank Index Report, the Razumkov Centre was ranked as follows:

  • 32 among the Top 157 Think Tanks Worldwide (non-US)
  • 44 among the Top 176 Think Tanks Worldwide (including the US)
  • 1 among the Top 106 Think Tanks in Central and Eastern Europe.

The Centre’s average yearly budget is approximately 20,5 UAH mln.

Find out more about the Razumkov Centre in our Annual report-2015.