Heinrich Boell Foundation Regional Office in Ukraine together with the international technical assistance Project “Partnership for Local Economic Development and Democratic Governance”, implemented by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, presented results of a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) of the Horishni Plavni Development Strategy to 2028.
In cultural exchange programs, we’ve often seen Ukrainians visit Germany to discover and learn from cases to be taken to home and ideally to be applied in a local urban context. This workshop is going to take you into the opposite direction..
The Ukrainian Oral History Association (UOHA) and the Ukrainian Studies Department, Kharkiv V. N. Karazin National University with the support of the Heinrich Böll Foundation’s Office in Kiev and Center for Urban History of East Central Europe and Association of International Affairs (Czech Republic) and The Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage (St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan, Canada) invite you to take part in the scholarly conference “Oral History in the Age of Change: Social Contexts, Political Importance, Public Challenges”, (Kharkiv, 1–2 December 2016).
The development of democracy is the founding principle of the Green policy implemented by the Heinrich Böll Foundation in Central and Eastern Europe.
The spectrum of activity is to involve citizens to discuss political problems of Ukraine and Europe (development of the political system is in Ukraine, political and economic crisis and ways of overcoming it, eurointegration, Eastern partnership and others like that).
We invite you to participate in the academic conference on “Gender Issues in Art, Architecture and Urban Planning. Female Modernists”! It will be held on 11-12 March 2016 in Kyiv, in Zabolotny State Scientific Library of Architecture and Construction.