Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
April 13
11:00 AM

ODESAInna Bilous, director of the “Manifest Mira”(Peace Manifesto) charitable foundation (in person);

Natalya Mazharova, project manager of the “Odesa Aid Hub” project (in person);

Christian Hannemeyer, volunteer of the “Manifest Mira”(Peace Manifesto) charitable foundation (in person);
Topics of focus:

– How the “Manifest Mira”(Peace Manifesto) Foundation helps the most remote corners of Southern Ukraine;
– Partnership with local and international funds;
– Transparency of humanitarian aid process – why is it important?
12:00 PMODESADenys Ryzhuk, deputy нead of the Southern regional personnel directorate of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine (in person);

Oleksandr Hostishchev, deputy head of the Main Directorate of the National Police in the Odesa oblast (in person);

Volodymyr Belov, officer of the Southern department of Procurement of the image and publishing center of the National Guard of Ukraine (in person);
Topics of focus:

– Offensive Guard: the course of the recruiting campaign, the formation of assault units and the training of fighters
01:00 PMODESADovidas Vitkauskas, director of the NGO SOS Ukraine (in person);

Artem Kasparyan, co-founder of the “Spilna meta”(Common Goal) volunteer movement (in person);

Oleh Syabrenko, team leader of the regional development project UkRebuild: Future Cities (in person);
Topics of focus:

– How to use international urban and urban planning experience in the post-war recovery of Ukraine;
– Ways of financing post-war recovery;
– Plans for the development of Odessa, Cherkassy, Sumy
02:00 PMODESAArkady Mkrtychyan, deputy head of the Odesa district military administration (in person);

Oleksiy Matsulevych, deputy head of the Odesa district military administration (in person);

Topics of focus:

– Employment of IDPs in Odesa district;
– Cooperation with international charitable organizations providing humanitarian aid;
– State of civil defense facilities of Odesa district;
– How does the mobilization take place;
03:00 PMODESADr. Joshua Kreimeyer, Associate Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Colorado Christian University (online);

Topics of focus:

– How is the psychological rehabilitation of military and civilians;
– How to deal with post-traumatic stress disorder – challenges and tasks;
– Training of Ukrainian military psychologists;
11:00 АM
KYIV Alina Frolova, Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine (2019–2020), Deputy Chair of the Board of the Center for Defense Strategies (online)

Why is it interesting?
Russia’s unprovoked and unjustified military aggression against Ukraine has destroyed the security system in the Black Sea and Azov region. In order to find powerful tools to respond to these challenges and provide sustainable development opportunities for all peaceful countries in the region, Ukraine initiated the First Black Sea Security Conference, which is being held jointly with Romania on April 12-13 in Bucharest.
The event is part of the International Crimea Platform, a mechanism aimed at de-occupying Crimea and restoring Black Sea, European and global security.
11:30 AMKYIV– Roman Rudak, Deputy Director of the Department for Emergency Prevention at the State Emergency Service of Ukraine (in person);
– Oleksandr Khorunzhyy, Press Officer of the State Emergency Service (in person).
Topic of focus:

– Safety issues during Easter – warnings and recommendations of the State Emergency Service;
2:00 PMKYIVDenys Marchuk, Deputy Chairman of the Ukrainian Agrarian Council (in person);Topic of focus:

– Sowing campaign 2023: how farmers started the season and whether Ukraine faces a food shortage;