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Records of online conversations about community activism

Last week we had the final meeting of a series of talks on civic activism under the Small Grants of the Warm City program.This means that it's time to share event records.We are grateful to everyone who joined the discussion, especially to the speakers who helped to fully explore the issues that are important to us.

 

Follow the link and enjoy watching:

-“Frankivsk: a retro perspective of activism ".

 

Speakers: Viktor Kimakovych, ex-director of the King Yuri Charitable Foundation and Vitaliy Pereviznyk, public figure, chairman of the Public Institute of Analytics, chairman of the Public Council at the Regional State Administration.

 

- "Volunteer movement in Ukraine: to be or not to be": https://cutt.ly/3oBMwEq.

 

Speakers: Oleksiy Cherednichenko, Head of the Volunteer and Youth Development Sector, Ukrainian Red Cross, and Filip Shovgenov, Community Volunteer Service Coordinator.

 

- "Charity in Ukraine: what is it?".

 

Speakers: Svitlana Pugach, Strategic Partnerships Director of the Tabletochka Charitable Foundation, Maria Muradhanyan, Project Manager of the Zagoriy Foundation and Anastasiia Kostiuk, Maltese Youth Officer MALTESE ASSISTANCE SERVICE Ivano-Frankivsk.

 

- "The Way of the Ukrainian Samurai Activist": https://cutt.ly/5oB0A3i.

 

Speakers: Volodymyr Radevych, CGTN Green Transport Network Project Manager, Hungary-Slovakia-Romania-Ukraine Cross-Border Cooperation Programs, and Taras Zen, a public figure since 2001 and a member of the National Scout Organization of Ukraine Plast Ivano-Frankivsk.

The interviews were conducted within the framework of the support received as a result of the School of Community Foundations project competition with the support of Isar Ednannia with funding from The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and with the assistance of the National Endowment for Democracy.

 

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