Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
May 26
11:00 AM
ODESAVolodymyr Frolov, director of the department of economic policy and strategic planning of Odesa military state administration (in person);

Topics of focus: 

– Situation and trends of social and economic development of Odesa region;
12:00 PMODESAOleksandr Lonchak, director of the department of education and science of Odesa military state administration (in person);

Topics of focus:

– Completion of the school year in educational institutions in Odesa region under martial law;
02:00 PMODESAYevhen Malnev, Chairman of the Odesa Housing Association (in person);

Serhiy Olevynskyi, lawyer of the Odesa Housing Association (in person);

Svitlana Slesarenok, coordinator of the ComAct project and leader of the “Сhornomorskiy zhinochiy klub” (Black Sea Women’s Club) and MAMA-86-Odesa NGOs (in person); 

Topics of focus:

– Energy security and energy efficiency improvement of buildings of Odesa condominiums and housing cooperatives during the war;
– How to get grant assistance to improve the energy efficiency of buildings and organize shelters;
– Implementation of the Association’s project “Medical Support in the Realities of War”;
11:00 АMKYIV– Oleh Kotenko, Commissioner on Persons Gone Missing under Special Circumstances;

– Oleh Khoroshykh, Advisor to the Commissioner on Persons Gone Missing under Special Circumstances;

– Nataliia Babiichuk, Advisor to the Commissioner on Persons Gone Missing in Special Circumstances

In-person attendance of all participants
Briefing entitled: “Key results of the Commissioner on Persons Gone Missing under Special Circumstances Activities”

Topics of focus:

– The Ombudsman’s Office search parties operation;
– The number of areas searched and the number of returned deceased person’s bodies from the de-occupied territories. How the search process for missing persons takes place;
– Moving the deceased and how many dead bodies have been transported from the occupied territories;
– A unified register of persons missing under special circumstances.
– Preliminary genetic material sample collection from the military, police officers, and volunteer group members.
– Ombudsman’s regional representative’s on-site activities.
12:30 PMKYIV– Rasa Juknevičienė, Member of the European Parliament, President of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly (September – November 2018) (in person);

– Hanna Hopko, Chair of the Board of ANTS National Interests Advocacy Network (in person);
– Sergiy Solodkyy, First Deputy Director of the New Europe Center (in person);

– Natalie Forsyuk, ANTS Network “Restoring Ukraine Together” Project Coordinator (online)
Briefing entitled: “Ukraine’s prospects of joining Alliance at the NATO’s Vilnius Summit”

Topics of focus:

– Sustainable Peace Security: How Ukraine’s accession to NATO will create long-term guarantees for sustainable peace in Europe;
– Ukraine’s membership in NATO and strengthening the security of the region;
– The importance of Ukraine’s partnership with NATO in the context of today’s geopolitical challenges;
– The Vilnius Summit expectations.

Why is it interesting?
The Lithuanian parliament unanimously approved a resolution including a clause on the need to formally invite Ukraine to join NATO at the Alliance’s summit to take place in Vilnius in July.
According to the resolution, submitted by various political group representatives, inviting Ukraine would be a strategic decision by NATO to achieve peace in Ukraine and Europe. So, what are Ukraine’s prospects for joining NATO?
3:00 PMKYIVLeonid Fedorovsky, Senior Officer, AVC int. NGO, Member of the Supervisory Board, UAEMT NGO (personal participation)Security and activity planning in a dangerous region: networking for fixers

A course on business trips (business trips/ missions) preparing and planning to potentially dangerous locations: active combat zones, temporarily occupied territories, frontline zones, and military deployment centers.

Topics of focus:
– Preparing missions schemes and principles of collecting information on the place of assignment, security, social, political, and medical conditions, as well as climate, media, and infrastructure.
– Risk assessments: the risk assessment scheme usage (color-coded), own capabilities, and readiness to respond before and during a potentially dangerous environment.
– Planning: steps to minimize risks, prevent emergencies and protect yourself and your colleagues.
– Procedures to follow in the event of an emergency.

Registration form:

Please note that you can join the lecture online. Registered participants will get a link to join.