Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
November 11
12:00 PMKYIVTaras Shevchenko, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine (in person)Briefing entitled: The results of the work by the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy on the information front

Accreditation of media representatives will be carried out before the event at the agency.

The event will be broadcast on Ukrinform YouTube channel:
01:00 PM
Serhii Khlan, Deputy of the Kherson Oblast Council (online)Topics of focus:
The current situation in Kherson
02:00 PM
Pavlo Kyrylenko, Head of Donetsk Oblast Military Administration (online)Topics of focus:
The current military and humanitarian situation in the region.
 11:00 AMLVIVVolodymyr Matsokin, Deputy Mayor of Izium (online)Topics of focus: 
– How the city lives after de-occupation
– The state of critical infrastructure and readiness for the heating season
– Do the residents of Izium return home?
12:00 PMLVIVSviatoslav Ruban, Documentarian of “Tribunal for Putin” initiative, Center for Civil Liberties (online)
Topics of focus: 
– At what stage is the project now?
– How many testimonies have already been collected and documented
– Further fate of project materials
For reference: The global initiative of the Center for Civil Liberties “Tribunal for Putin” was created in response to russia’s full-scale aggression in February 2022. The participants of the initiative are documenting cases, which constitute crimes under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes). They work in all regions of the country that have become the object of an attack. The initiative works extensively at the international level to use the existing mechanisms of the UN, the Council of Europe, the OSCE, the EU and the International Criminal Court to stop crimes and punish the guilty.
The Center for Civil Liberties became the first Ukrainian organization to win the Nobel Prize in October 2022.
10:00 АMODESAVadym Gutzait, Minister of Youth and Sports of Ukraine (online)
Topics of focus:

– Sports initiatives for children, in particular for refugees children;
– Some athletes from the aggressor countries, russia and belarus, accept Ukrainian citizenship – can this strengthen our Olympic team?
– Exclusion of boxing from the Olympic program of the 2024 Olympics due to the International Boxing Federation’s ties with russia – is it real or not?
– What are the prospects of Iran’s exclusion from the FIFA World Cup 2022 and Ukraine’s participation instead?
– How do Ukrainian athletes help Ukraine at the international level?
– F-1 left russia. Is it possible for the stage of the “royal races” to take place in our country?
12:45 PMODESASerhiy Shkarlet, Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine (online)Topics of focus:

– Evacuation of universities;
– Changing the school literature curriculum due to Russian aggression;
– New subjects in schools — financial literacy, English as a second compulsory language, military training for young men;
– Digitization of educational institutions;
– How the Ministry evaluates the consequences of several years of distance learning in schools;
– What percentage of schools, kindergartens and universities work in Ukraine? What percentage of students/students are studying now?;
– Teachers in the occupied territories – salary, did they leave after all
– Distance learning in the conditions of war, if the heating and power cuts
02:00 PMODESAFelicity Gray, Head of Ukrainian Mission of  Nonviolent Peaceforce International (in person) 
Tiffany Easthom,
Executive Director of Nonviolent Peaceforce International (in person)
Viktor Alkhimov,
head of the volunteer headquarter Dream & Do it (MriiDiy) (in person)

Topics of focus:

– How many humanitarian organizations will help civilians in the south of Ukraine;
– Directions of humanitarian projects;
– Volumes and terms of projects;
– New organizations that joined the humanitarian mission

Why it’s interesting:

On November 10, in Odesa, the Network and Partnership Meeting discussed the topic: “Building peace side by side with local communities: Humanitarian efforts in the south of Ukraine.”
It was a presentation of humanitarian projects aimed at helping the civilians from volunteer organizations, government representatives, international humanitarian missions and local NGO organizations.