Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
August 4
12:00 PM LVIVAndriy Moskalenko, First Deputy Mayor of Lviv

Jean-Christophe Bonis, Founder and Chair of TEAM4UA Charity, entrepreneur, TED speaker

Anton Kolomieitsev, Lviv’s Chief Architect

Andrii Zakaliuk, Head of the Education Office of Lviv City Council

(all in person)
Why this is interesting:
An inclusive elementary school will be built in Lviv during the war. It will be erected on a modern technology basis using a huge 3D printer; the project will be funded by TEAM4UA charity, providing humanitarian aid since the beginning of the war.
Briefing by Lviv and Kharkiv medics on special IDPs: How to help people who use drugs not to revert to crime

8 Lepkoho St., Lviv, at the Lviv Addiction Treatment and Prevention Clinic

Why this is interesting:
During russia’s military aggression against Ukraine, people using injection drugs and people living with HIV or hepatitis C, B, and other diseases migrate internally within Ukraine.
Many of these people were socialized in their native regions; they did not use street drugs, but received drug replacement therapy and medical and social assistance at regional private and state-owned clinics or assistance centers.
The war forced them to evacuate; now, these people need help to become full-fledged members of society who are integrated, socialized, and accepted, taking into account their needs.
2:00 PMLVIVSvitlana Zhabyuk, Managing Editor of Tvoe Misto media hub

Oleg Paniuta, Journalist, TV host

Zoya Krasovska, Analyst of Lviv Media Forum

Olga Guzhva, Program Manager of IWPR’s Ukraine Voices project

A discussion on Moral and Ethical Aspects of Journalism during the War will take place in Media Center Ukraine

Issues to be discussed:
– War and journalists’ vocabulary: What, about whom, and how do we speak?
– How should the media depict the war and its victims?
– Clickbait and a successful headline: What is the difference?
– Prompt reporting or incessant source verification. How to find the balance?

Event partner: Institute for War & Peace Reporting (IWPR), Ukraine Voices Project

The event is expected to take about 1 hour
Free admission

Visitors are requested to come 10 to 15 minutes before the event starts.
12:30 PMKYIVAnatolii Shkarbuta, Deputy Head of the Prevention Unit of the Fire Safety Office of the Emergencies Prevention Department of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine (in person)Key topic: Measures taken by the SES to protect harvest during the war
1:30 PMKYIVSerhii Bratchuk, Spokesperson for the Odesa Oblast Military Administration (online)Key topic: The current situation in the city and oblast.
2:30 PMKYIVHanna Maliar, Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine; Oleksii Hromov, Deputy Head of the Main Operations Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Oleksii Nadtochyi, Head of the Operations Office of the Main Directorate of the National Guard of Ukraine, (in person)Key topic: The current situation on the frontline of the russo-Ukrainian war.