Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
May 30
11:00 AM

ODESANatalia Kushnerska, project manager of Brave1 (Defense tech development support cluster in Ukraine) (online); 

Topics of focus:

– The main goal of the Brave1 cluster;
– Who helps to finance developments?
– How many offers have been received by the cluster experts?
– How many ideas have already been implemented?
– The most popular fields;
– Results of the presentation of the Brave1 defense technology cluster in Tallinn
12:00 PMODESAIan Shapiro, founder of the U-nation project (in person);

Sebastian Schwenke, CEO of Business-Angel Verband Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. (in person); 

Stefan Schandera, Member of the Business-Angel Verband Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. (in person); 

Michael Hübner, Member of the Business-Angel Verband Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. (in person);

Topics of focus:

– First results of the U-nation project;
– Opportunities for establishing international partnerships with foreign private companies, funds, and investors as a result of an organized tour of events;
– Current economic and business areas for collaboration with international companies;
11:00 АMKYIVDaria Herasymchuk, Commissioner of the President of Ukraine for Children’s Rights and Rehabilitation (in person)Briefing entitled “Children’s rights during war”

Why this is interesting:

On June 1, Ukraine and a number of countries around the world celebrate World Children’s Day. This holiday was introduced in order to draw attention to the issues of observing children’s rights and ensuring their health.

At the same time, having invaded Ukraine, the russian federation is brazenly violating the rights of Ukrainian children today. Thus, according to the Office of the Prosecutor General, during russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, 483 children were killed and 986 were injured. In addition, as of February 2023, the National Police received 9,631 missing children’s reports since the introduction of martial law in Ukraine. 9,764 of the missing children are minors.
12:00 PMKYIV– Marcin Kolodziejczyk, International Recruitment Director at EWL Migration Platform;

– Margarita Sytnik, Spokeswoman for EWL Migration Platform

All in person.
Presentation of the report: «Citizens of Ukraine in Poland and on the Polish labor market. New challenges and prospects»

Topics of focus:

– How has the portrait of Ukrainian citizens living in Poland changed?
– Are citizens of Ukraine going to stay in Poland for a long time? What motivates this?
– Are they planning to submit documents for permanent residence in Poland and for Polish citizenship?
– What is the main factor motivating Ukrainians to return to Ukraine after the end of the war? How many Ukrainian citizens plan to return?
– How has the percentage of Ukrainian citizens, who work in the profession they are qualified for, changed?
– How do Ukrainian citizens in Poland assess their financial situation?

Why this is interesting:
This is the first sociological report to reveal the moods and intentions of refugees from Ukraine in Poland (those who arrived after February 24, 2022), as well as migrants from Ukraine who arrived in Poland before the full-scale invasion. The survey is a source of knowledge about migrants’ plans for life and work after the end of the war.

The report was created after analyzing the results of a sociological survey conducted on March 4-13, 2023 by EWL Migration Platform, EWL Foundation and the Center for East European Studies of the University of Warsaw. A total of 500 adult citizens of Ukraine who are currently in Poland were surveyed.