Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
October 28
10:00 AMLVIVAndrii Hodyk, First Deputy Head of Lviv Oblast Military Administration
Yurii Kahitin, Head of the Main Directorate of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Lviv Oblast
(in person)
Topics of focus: 
–         Setting up mobile warming centers for residents of the region
–          Foreign partners’ assistance in setting up warming centers.

Why this is interesting: 
Over 140 warming centers are to be opened in Lviv region. A part of the region’s energy infrastructure is out of order due to russia’s massive missile attacks. Electricity was restored to only 80% of consumers. According to Maksym Kozytskyy, Head of Lviv Oblast Military Administration, with the onset of cold weather, russia may again attack the critical infrastructure of the region. Lviv oblast is already preparing for this.

Oleh Paska, Director of the Education and Science Department of Lviv Oblast Military Administration
Ivan Pykus, Head of Oblast Vocational and Technical Education Department
Ihor Korniyenko, Head of the Psychology Department of the Lviv Regional Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education
(in person)

Topics of focus: 
–         The work of the system of psychological assistance to students, teachers and internally displaced persons: problems and ways to solve them
–         Educators’ assistance to military personnel and displaced persons
–         Program for the development of education in Lviv oblast in the conditions of war
–         Key indicators of the professional education system of Lviv oblast
11:00 AMODESASerhii Bratchuk, Spokesman for Odesa Oblast Military Administration (in person)Topics of focus:  –     The current security situation in the Odesa region;
12:00 PMODESAYevhen Dyky, marine biologist,
Olena Velyka,
project curator art gallery Dialogues,
Olena Marushevska,
EU-UNDP project European Union for Strengthening Environmental Monitoring of the Black Sea (EU4EMBLAS),
child-author of works (TBA),
Tetyana Chychkalyuk,
Association for the Development of Tourism in the Mykolaiv Oblast

Topics of focus:
– How the idea of the art exhibition of children’s drawing “Black Sea Diary” appeared;
– Art therapy for children — why it’s important;

In September this year, the EU-UNDP project “European Union for the Improvement of Environmental Monitoring of the Black Sea” (EU4EMBLAS) together with the artistic space “Dialogues” launched an unusual school for children of internally displaced persons “Black Sea Diary – 2022”. A total of 29 children from Kherson and Kherson Oblast, Mykolaiv, Donetsk Oblast, and Odesa participated in the school. During six weeks, marine scientists made special presentations for children, and professional artists helped them to create their masterpieces using unusual graphics, assemblage, and collage techniques. As a result, 38 portraits of marine inhabitants were created.
14:00 PMODESAYuriy Yushchenko, art director of Odesa Puppet Theater
Lilia Shtekel, art director of Theater of Young Spectator
Valeria Fedotova, Director of Ukrainian Drama Theater
Oleg Shevchuk, actor and director of “Theatre on the Tea Factory” (online)
Tetyana Orel, PR-director of Muzical Comedy theater
Ihor Chernetskyi, conductor of Odessa National Opera and Ballet Theater
Olena Shavruk, representative of the Perutskyi Theater
Panel discussion: “How theater understands and shows Russian-Ukrainian war on the stage”
12:00 PMKYIVAndriy Demchenko, Spokesperson of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine (in person)Topic of focus: The current situation at the borders
1:00 PMKYIVIurii Ihnat, Speaker of the Air Forces Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (online)
Topics of focus: russian missile strikes on Ukraine; Air Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the front of the russo-Ukrainian war