Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
October 12
2:00 PM KYIV– Rostyslav Karandieiev, acting First Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy (in person);

– Koval Oleksandra, Director of the Ukrainian Book Institute (in person);

– Oksana Brui, President of the Ukrainian Library Association,
Chairman Ukrainian Book Institute Supervisory Board (in person);

– Oleksandr Afonin, President of the Public Union Ukrainian Publishers & Booksellers Association (UPBA) (in person);

– Radoslava Kabachiy, the International Renaissance Foundation’s Social Capital project manager (online);

– Anastasiya Shurenkova, Research Expert at Info Sapiens research agency (in person);

– Yuriy Marchenko, Head of Strategy and Analytics at Ukrainian Book Institute (in person)

Ukrainian Book Institute present: “How do Ukrainians read in 2023 amid full-scale invasion” research 

Why is it interesting?

The survey aimed to examine the current reading statistics as a socio-cultural practice among Ukrainians of different age groups. Considering the previous reading studies among Ukrainians in 2018 and 2020 data, Info Sapiens researchers managed to conduct a comparative analysis of indicators in dynamics. The current quantitative indicators of achieving the goals of the Reading Development Strategy “Reading as a Life Strategy” until 2032 and reading dynamics indicators, taking into account the full-scale Russian aggression, were recorded.
11:00 AMODESAVolodymyr Karpych, Deputy Director of the Odesa regional department of Life Support Systems and Energy Efficiency (in person)Topics of focus:

– Readiness of Odesa region for the heating season 2023-2024
12:00 PMODESAOleksiy Kruglyachenko, psychiatrist, clinical psychologist (in person);

Olena Brener, psychologist, military officer (in person);

Oksana Aleksandriyska, Ukrainian Medical Center for Rehabilitation of Mother and Child (in person)
Current issues:

– Psychological support for military personnel;
– Psychological rehabilitation of combatants;
– Support programs for families of military personnel and internally displaced persons
2:00 PMODESAOleksandr Kurmyshov, Director of the Odesa regional Health Department (in person);

Serhiy Dementiev, deputy head of the Odesa Regional Center for Public Health of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine (in person);

Lyudmyla Samoilenko, immunologist of Odesa Regional Center for Public Health (in person)
Topics of focus:

– Results of the “catch-up” campaign to vaccinate children against measles in Odesa region”