“Let´s dance for crossing borders 2013”, 2-9 june 2013, Viksjöfors, Sweden

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Lena Bedasheva, Olexandr Melnyk, Mykola Pekh, Inna Perlovska and Oksana Sikora took part in youth exchange “Let´s dance for crossing borders 2013” which gathered together participants from Sweden, Armenia, Cyprus, France, Macedonia, Serbia, Slovakia, Spain, The Netherlands, Ukraine. The aim of the project was through different dances to learn more about other cultures, be more… Continue reading

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TC “Making Sense in Making Cents”, Sremski Karlovci, Serbia, 21-28 October

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Admission COMPLETED! Institute of Ukrainian Studies is looking for 2 active Ukrainian youngest to take part in the project on 21-28 October in Serbia. Main idea of this training is to educate young people and youth leaders in the field of entrepreneurship, to encourage them to release their creativity and to directly support them to… Continue reading

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Looking for EVS volunteer in ROMANIA!!!

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Admission COMPLETED! Country: Romania Duration: 5-6 months Number of volunteers: 3 Arrival of Volunteers:  1st – 4th of December 2013 – 1st stage, 5th – 8th of June 2014 – 2nd stage, 7th – 11th of November 2014 – 3rd stage   WHAT HAVE YOU TO DO: 1.  Organizing Workshops: creative workshops: puppets, masks, costumes, scenery (including trash… Continue reading

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Right media is our Right! August 24-31, Tsaghkadzor, Armenia

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On August 24th-31st 2013 four IUS members Anastasiya Prychynenko, Tetiana Lisitsa, Vitalii Popovych and Max Ostapenko from Ukraine took part in an exciting training course “Right Media is Our Right” in picturesque Tsaghkadzor, Armenia. Together with 26 other participants from Italy, Georgia, Armenia, Latvia, Czech Republic they had a chance to learn more about social… 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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