Conflicts vs. Negotiation, Pambak/Vanadzor, Armenia, 14-21 of September, 2013

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Admission COMPLETED! Institute of Ukrainian Studies is looking for 3 talented Ukrainian youngest to take part in the project on 14-21 September in Armenia. Project description: All the stereotypes are born because of the lack of communication and unawareness. The possible reason for this is the lack of awareness of the young people about mechanisms… Continue reading

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“Working on work”, Armenia, 10-18 May, Dilijan

IUS international

This project brought together more than 30 active participants from different countries such as Italy, Moldova, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Czech Republic, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey and France. Ukraine and ICS presented Maria Mnykh. The main purpose of projects was to learn about the state of youth unemployment in Europe and the European Union, to… Continue reading

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“Desing your job”, Vrbas, Serbia, 26 April – 5 May 2013

IUS international

This project brought together active young people from various parts of the world such as Italy, Spain, Macedonia, Turkey, Ukraine and Serbia. Our trainers were Nebojsa Nick Djeric and Milan Mirkovic, which inspired us to active and creative work. Maria Vesna and Maria Mnykh  represented IUS on the project. The main goal of our training course “Design your job” was to improve and increase  knowledge, learning methods… Continue reading

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“Claim your rights” 22-31 May 2013 in Vadul lui Voda, Moldova

The training “Claim your right” was a 10 days training on the bank of the Dniester in Moldova. It gathered 24 youth leaders which represented Denmark, Moldova, Armenia, Ukraine, Italy and Romania. There were 4 participantss of the Institute of Ukrainian Studies in Moldova: Vedanta Zoriy, Mykhaylo Hevko, Mariia Bocheva and Marichka Iefimova. The aim… Continue reading

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Play & Change!

[en]: all participants

Venue: 15.05 – 24.05.2013 Date: Skopje, Macedonia For Leonor, Eva, Hugo, Boyan, Ivan, Andrej and all who were by my side Maybe that’s because of the mountains- they purify and disburden. Also because of wine – it adds zest to a day. As well as a rhythm – that is he who gives birth to… Continue reading

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