Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
January 24
11:00 AM KYIVParticipants:

– Taras Shevchenko, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine for European Integration;

– Alla Maliyenko, Head of the National Union of Journalists of Ukraine Audit Commission;

– Maksym Udovychenko, Head of the Center for the Protection of the Information Space of Ukraine State Enterprise;

– Vladyslav Musienko, Ukrainian reportage and documentary photographer;

– Yan Dobronosov, Ukrainian photojournalist;

– Anatolii Serikov, editor-in-chief of the of the “Monuments of Ukraine” magazine Publishing House. 

All in person.
Presentation of the book “Kharkiv tormented a hundredfold by the enemy. 2022-2023. Photographic evidence by Vadym Belikov” 

Why is it interesting? 
This book is a confession through photographs of the Hero City of Ukraine Kharkiv. Vadym Belikov, book author, born and raised in Kharkiv, confronts the public, both domestic and international, with the challenges of a wartime society in the photographs of his first album. Vadym Belikov’s photographs not only document the frontline realities on 400 pages, Russian missile launches from the Belgorod region, which can be clearly observed from the window of his home, but also the thoughts, feelings, and experiences.
12:00 PM KYIV– Valeriia Tkach, Deputy Chief Executive of E-Services Development, Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine;

– Volodymyr Brusilovskyi, Team Leader of the “Action Support Project”, UNDP Ukraine;

– Anton Hrushetskyi, Deputy Director, Kyiv International Institute of Sociology. 

All in person. 
Presentation of the research: “Public opinion and Ukrainians’ views of state electronic services”

Why is it interesting?
The Kyiv International Institute of Sociology runs an annual survey to analyze how Ukrainians view e-services and e-satisfaction regarding their overall quality. During the presentation, the participants will talk about the daily time spent online by Ukrainian users, how often they use digital government services, and whether online habits have changed over the years.

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