Martina Boguslavets


Ph.D. student, Department of Criminal Law - Koretsky Institute of State and Law of National Academy of Science of Ukraine.

Received diplomas of advanced training from the Institute of Legislation under the Verkhovna Rada, the Interdisciplinary Scientific and Educational Center of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, and international educational programs of justice and anti-corruption.

Graduate from the Specialized Anti-Corruption Courts Program, Slovakia.

Master in Law, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.

Martina Boguslavets is an expert with more than 10-year experience in GR, fighting corruption, and preventing corruption risks.

Martina is leading the direction of transparent rebuilding of Ukraine without corruption and reforming law enforcement agencies. She is working on implementing mechanisms for accountable reconstruction, providing recommendations to public authorities and international partners to support the reforms.

Martina leads the direction of increasing the institutional capacity of cities, strengthening the integrity of local authorities, preventing corruption, and ensuring transparent use of reconstruction funds.

The developer of the Methodology for anti-corruption assessment of draft normative and legal acts of local self-government authorities.

Has experience working with the Ukrainian Parliament as a member of the Public Expert Council under the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Prevention and Counteraction to Corruption (2015-2019) and as the head of the project on public-parliamentary protection of judges-whistleblowers on corruption with the involvement of judges, lawyers, and members of the Ukrainian Parliament.

Has experience working with communal enterprises at the local level. Worked as a lawyer on legal issues in the office of the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee and led the direction of liaison with law enforcement agencies and the Office of the Prosecutor General.

She headed the "In the Name of Ukraine" project, which monitored investigations into the murders of participants in the Revolution of Dignity.

Co-authored bills on anti-corruption courts and on preventing the persecution and punishment of persons who directly participated in hostilities in the ATO.

Martina Boguslavets is a co-developer of the National Police reform strategy, author of a number of studies and analytical materials on risk prevention and ensuring accountable reconstruction, and speaker at national and international conferences.

Since 2017, she has been the Executive Director and founder of the Institute of Legislative Ideas.

Since 2023 - a Board Member of Rise.Ukraine, a coalition of over 30 civil society organizations.

Martina Boguslavets