Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
July 29
12:30 PMLVIVStepan Veselovskiy, CEO of Lviv IT Cluster
(in person) 
Briefing entitled: The results of the IT Research Resilience study

Why this is interesting:
On July 28, Lviv IT Cluster presented the results of “Impact of the War on Ukraine’s IT Industry Development” study by IT Research Resilience. The research is centered on changes that have occurred in the country’s tech industry after February 24. During the briefing, Stepan Veselovskyi will talk about how the IT industry has changed after russia’s full-scale invasion, the profile of an IT expert, general data on relocation and migration attitudes of industry specialists.
11:00 AMKYIVSaviano Abreu, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian
Affairs (OCHA), Viktoriia Mykhalchuk, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Alona Zubchenko, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Brett Moore, United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR), Varvara Zhluktenko, International Organization for Migration (IOM)
(in person)
Topics of focus: Update on the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Ukraine and overview of the efforts undertaken by aid organizations to support people impacted by the war.
12:00 PMKYIVKateryna Pavlichenko, Deputy Interior Minister of Ukraine, Volodymyr Vovk, Head of Ukrainian National Social Service Agency’s working group for considering documents on establishing the status of a person who has suffered from human trafficking, Yuriy Parkhomenko, Acting Head of Migration Police Department of the National Police of Ukraine, Iryna Mydlovets, representative of International Organization for Migration, Oksana Shliusar Deputy Chair of All-Ukrainian Counter-Trafficking NGO Coalition (in person)Topics of focus: The problem of human trafficking in wartime: the global humanitarian crisis caused by the russian invasion of Ukraine
2:00 PMKYIVYelyzaveta Tatarinova, film director (in person)
Key topic: The presentation of the “Silent Terror. Chronicles of the Hell” movie about the life in occupied Kherson