Implementation of the Best Practices for Crisis Management in Ukraine


Project “Implementation of the Best Practices for Crisis Management in Ukraine”

Implementation period: September 1, 2024 – February 28, 2026

The goal of the project “Implementation of the Best Practices for Crisis Management in Ukraine” is to compare three crisis management systems in three states (Poland, Slovakia, and Czech Republic) and propose a possible method of implementation of the best experiences in Ukraine. Improving hard and soft skills for the 21st century through formal and non-formal educational methods.

The unpredictability and rapid changes of modern threats and their global character create the original problems for security in the modern world. However, it is becoming increasingly difficult now because dynamic cultural and civilizational development is accompanied by changes and reassessment of challenges and threats that Ukrainian society often faces. Today, it is increasingly difficult to accurately define the entities that are the source of the threat (state, organization, or social group); the environment and factors of their functioning remain increasingly serious for generating existing threats and areas of their occurrence. As a result, the anti-crisis management needs collective solutions. Due to rapid changes, society faces threats and challenges. Crisis phenomena become a permanent part of the functioning of the state, region, and society. Therefore, there is a need for the creation of the mechanism and infrastructure of anti-crisis management through international experience. According to studies, certain spheres are less vulnerable to crisis phenomena than others due to their nature. The prevention and overcoming of crisis phenomena in the national security system requires the formation of anti-crisis  management through the implementation of an integration strategy to establish a new system of mutual relations. The increasing importance of crisis management faces new threats such as terrorist acts, armed aggression of the Russian Federation, cybersecurity, ecological and  environmental security, economic security, etc.


The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from the International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.