|START TIME||LOCATION||SPEAKERS||TOPICS / DESCRIPTION|
|1:00 PM||KYIV||– Anastasiia Halaiko, Head of the Department of Veteran Sports at the Ministry of Veterans Affairs of Ukraine;|
– Ilona Voloshyna, national coordinator of the Invictus Games in Ukraine;
– Alina Frolova, founder of the Center for Strategic Communications “StratCom Ukraine”;
– Taras Kovalyk, head of the Come Back Alive Veterans’ Department
– Olena Yanovska, head coach of the Invictus Games team;
– Ihor Krytsak, sports manager of the Invictus Games team;
– Maksym Zubov, member of the Invictus Games 2023 team;
– Volodymyr Tovkys, member of the 2023 Invictus Games team;
– Oleksandr Zozuliak, member of the Invictus Games 2018 national team;
All in person.
|Discussion entitled: “The reverse side of Invictus Games medals”|
Topics of focus:
– What is the Invictus medals price?
– Medals or rehabilitation? Why does the number of Invictus medals not reflect the effectiveness of the project (veteran sport)?
– Is it appropriate to measure the effectiveness of rehabilitation by medals?
Why is it interesting?
The Invictus Games is one of the largest adaptive sports events for veterans and servicemen and servicewomen who were injured or contracted the disease in the line of duty.
This year, the Ukrainian team took part in the Invictus Games for the fourth siring its existence. 25 participants, including military personnel and veterans of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the National Guard, the National Police, and volunteer battalions represented the country. Ukraine won 34 medals: 12 gold, 14 silver, and 8 bronze at the competition in Dusseldorf.
|2:00 PM||KYIV||Roman Rudak, Deputy Director of the Department for Emergency Prevention at the State Emergency Service of Ukraine (in person)||Fires in ecosystems: consequences and safety measures|
Topics of focus:
– Fires effects on ecosystems;
– Safety measures;
– Liability of citizens for fire safety rules violation;