Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
August 21
10:30 AMKYIV– Vasyl Sehin, Executive Director of the National Interests Advocacy Network “ANTS” NGO (in person);

– Olena Sas, Coordinator of the European Studies of the ANTS (in person);

– Dmytro Shymkiv, lecturer of the course (online);

– Kyrylo Dovhopol, beta tester of the course (in person)

Presentation of the educational online course “Ukraine on the way to the EU”

Why is it interesting?
The online educational course will allow you to learn about European politician’s views on Ukraine, how European security policy is structured, what role Ukraine plays in the current model of EU security, what place Ukraine has in agricultural and other markets, in 

12:00 РMKYIV– George Chewning, American veteran, Executive Director of the US-Ukraine Veterans Bridge;

– William Attig, American veteran, member of the US-Ukraine Veterans Bridge;

– Dennis DJ Skelton, American veteran, member of the US-Ukraine Veterans Bridge;

– Cory Bythrow, member of the US-Ukraine Veterans Bridge;

– Lindsay Church, American veteran, strategic advisor to the US-Ukraine Veterans Bridge;

– Volodymyr Lahuta, Ukrainian veteran, active duty serviceman, Chairman of the Board of the NGO “Movement of Veterans of Ukraine”;

– Dmytro Shatrovskyi, Ukrainian veteran, active serviceman, Head of the All-Ukrainian NGO “Veteran Brotherhood”;

– Kateryna Pryimak, veteran, Deputy Chairman of the NGO ‘Ukrainian Women Veteran Movement. 

All in person. 
Topics of focus:
– How will cooperation within the framework of the US-Ukraine Veterans Bridge take place?
– What are the objectives and goals of the US-Ukraine Veterans Bridge project?
– What solutions does the organization offer for Ukrainian veterans and their families right now?
– Are there any plans to involve new partner organizations in this initiative?

For reference:
The US-Ukraine Veterans Bridge is a coalition of leading US veterans’ organizations and human rights advocates united in a common cause to support Ukraine’s emerging veteran community.
In partnership with the Ukrainian Veterans Fund, the Bridge connects American and Ukrainian veterans, leaders, and experts from veterans’ health care, benefits administration, education, employment, reintegration, and family/guardianship issues.

Registration form:
12:00 РMKYIV– Sergii But, CEI of the Supervisory Board Prozorro.Sale;

– Mstyslav Banik, Director of eServices Development Directorate at the Ministry of Digital Transformation;

– Serhiy Derkach, Deputy Minister for Communities, Territories, and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine;

– Oleksandr Riabets, Deputy Head of the National Health Service of Ukraine for Digital Development, Digital Transformation and Digitalization;

– Taras Sluchyk, Head of the EU Anti-Corruption Initiative (EUACI) “Integrity Cities” component;

– Iryna Chahovets, Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) Integrity Office;

– Svitlana Slipchenko, project manager of VoxCheck. 

All in person. 
Panel discussion “Reforms for Victory”

Why is it interesting?
According to the Vox Ukraine think tank and the Factum Group agency survey, Ukrainians consider anti-corruption reform (mentioned by more than 81% of respondents), health sector reform (52%), and judicial reform (almost 47%) to be the most important for the country’s future.
Ukrainians consider changes in digitalization, healthcare, decentralization, privatization, and the land market to be the most successful. And the main obstacles to reform are Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine and corruption.