PBA Inclusion should be a life style and a life commitment

Inclusion should be a life style and a life commitment Such was the name of the Partnership Building Activity organised by the Institute of Ukrainian Studies in co-operation with 10 partner organisations from across the European continent. The very activity took place in Kosiv, Ivano-Frankivsk Region, Ukraine, on 16th to 25th January 2014. Within 9… Continue reading

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Responsible Citizens of Intercultural Europe, Kobuleti, Georgia

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Three IUS members Anastasiya Prychynenko, Oleksandr Melnyk and Khrystyna Protsiuk had a chance to represent Ukraine at the training course “Responsible Citizens of Intercultural Europe” that took place in Kobuleti, Georgia from Oct. 28th to Nov. 5th. During the intense five days of training they participated in discussions and shared their knowledge with representatives of… Continue reading

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“Learnt Lessons in Youth Regional Cooperation”, 09-17.10.2013, Mavrovo and Skopje, Macedonija

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Two members of our organization Mykhaylo Hevko and Iryna Bohachuk presented Institute of Ukrainian Studies and Ukraine in general on Seminar “Learnt Lessons in Youth Regional Cooperation”. This youth activity gathered representatives of such countries: Albania, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Belgium, Bulgaria Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Macedonia,… Continue reading

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Gender Perspectives in Europe

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On 14-21 September 2013, the Armenian Progressive Youth NGO held a Partnership Building Activity Gender Perspectives in Europe in Yerevan, Armenia, where the Institute of Ukrainian Studies was represented by Olga Pitulei. The activity brought together 42 young people from Western, Northern, and Eastern Europe, and Caucasus – the representatives of NGOs, experts, and youth workers working in… Continue reading

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“Acting Citizenship”, 20.08.2013 – 28.08.2013, Švýcárna, Czech Republic

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Only 5 countries but 32 participants make together performance by using method Theatre of the Oppressed in Brno. Ukraine was represented by members of NGO “Institute of Ukrainian Studies”: Lena Bedasheva, Iana Ganska, Marta Kalynyak, Rubaniak Oleksii, Shevchuk Vitaliy. During the project participants were sharing their experience and improving personal qualities, skills in using new… Continue reading

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