Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
April 11
11:00 AM

ODESAAndrii Lyubov, director of the show, founder of the NGO “Artmasternia “Bloom” (in person);

Ivan Liptuga, director of the Department of Culture, International Cooperation and European Integration of the Odesa City Council (in person);

Hanna Misyun, associate professor of the cultural studies department of the National University “Odesa Polytechnic”; (in person);
Topics of focus:

– Presentation of the documentary performance “The bomb shelter: is it possible to survive?” Verbatim Documentary Theater;

More information: on April 13, the closed premiere of the play “The bomb shelter: is it possible to survive?” will take place in the bomb shelter of the Odesa National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet. This show highlights the study of the specifics of human coexistence in a bomb shelter. Documentaries are achieved by using in the interview script respondents who lived through common experiences of the war.

The project is carried out with the support of the European Union within the framework of the Scholarship program for civil society leaders of the Eastern Partnership countries”
12:00 PMODESAHelen Labartkava-Verdi, founder of the online platform for Ukrainian artists United Ukrainian Unleashed ART (in person);

Andy Verdi, CEO, founder of the online platform United Ukrainian Unleashed ART (in person);
Topics of focus:

– How the United Ukrainian Unleashed ART online platform that popularizes the work of Ukrainian artists in the world works;
– How did the Ukrainian artistic space change during the war?
– Demand for works by Ukrainian artists since the beginning of the full-scale invasion;
01:00 PMODESAYuriy “Milan” Havrylyshyn, officer of the 3rd independent assault brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (online);

Topics of focus:

– The need to change the legal status of cadets of higher military educational institutions during the russian-Ukrainian war;
– Why should cadets be equated with contract servicemen?
– Consequences of such changes in legislation;

More information: on March 13, 2023, a petition appeared on the website of the President of Ukraine calling for cadets of higher military educational institutions to be equated with contract service soldiers. As the author of the petition Yuriy Havrylyshyn notes, now cadets are equated with conscripts. Because of this, they are constantly faced with a prejudiced, low-value attitude on the part of other military personnel. This also applies to monetary support, which is currently 20% of the subsistence minimum. According to the author of the petition, it needs immediate changes.
The briefing by Andrii Nebytov, Head of the Main Directorate of Kyiv region police is postponed to 13:00 AM (in person).
Topic of focus:

– A year after the de-occupation of Kyiv region — the results of the law enforcement officers’ work in investigating the crimes by the occupiers
2:00 PM
KYIV– Kseniia Alekankina, Head of Reform Index project (VoxUkraine);
– Mariia Zakharenko, Head of Government Relationships Department at Prozorro.Sale;
– Hlib Kanievsky, Head of StateWatch expert organization;
– Oleh Havrysh, Chief Consultant of the Department of Organizational Work of the Office of the President.
How Ukraine seeks and confiscates russian assets within the country and the world

Topics of focus:

– Is there a transparent mechanism for selling russian assets in Ukraine?
– What reforms has Ukraine already implemented and what does it still have to implement to manage russian assets more effectively?
– How much damage has russia caused to Ukraine and is it realistic to reimburse them only through the assets confiscated from the aggressor?

Why this is interesting:

Two years prior to russia’s full-scale invasion, 13,000 companies directly or indirectly connected with the aggressor state worked in Ukraine. According to YouControl, in 2021 the total volume of assets with russian beneficiaries or stakes in them was estimated at USD 9 billion. However, disproportionately larger amounts of russian money are scattered around the world. What is Ukraine doing to confiscate and manage the assets of the aggressor country?
3:00 PMKYIVAndrii Nebytov, Head of Kyiv region police (in person)Topic of focus:

– A year after the de-occupation of Kyiv region — the results of the law enforcement officers’ work in investigating the crimes by the occupiers;
4:00 PMKYIVa lecture by media lawyer Pavlo Moiseyev entitled “Copyright and information rights in the work of the fixer”Topics to be discussed:

– Do fixers hold copyright? Copyright agreements, main terms, peculiarities of making agreements;
– Interviews and co-authorship — myth or reality?
– Copyright protection;
– Access to information – open information and restricted access information;
– Facts and value judgments – reliability, completeness, accuracy, impartiality and balance.
– Information about a person, publicly important information, confidential information, official and classified information;
– Liability for distribution of restricted access information and exemption from liability;
– Defamation, insult, protection of honor and dignity.

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