Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
October 31
02:00 PMKHARKIV-Yevhen Pasenov – deputy head of the Department of Municipal or Urban Engineering of the Kharkiv City Council;
-Tetyana Stolyarova – Director of the Municipal Office “Kharkiv Investment Agency”;
– Volodymyr Matyas – deputy director of the Department of Infrastructure, author of the transport concept of the updated Pryvokzalnaya Square;
-Pavlo Khramov – urban planner

– Discussion “Reconstruction of Kharkiv”

Why is it interesting?
Architects, urban planners, public activists, representatives of initiative groups of House committees, and responsible officials of the Kharkiv City Council will gather for a public discussion to discuss the road map for the reconstruction of Kharkiv.
The discussion will be held in free microphone mode.
The following issues are on the agenda:
– Who will rebuild destroyed houses and infrastructure, how, and at what cost?
– How to attract investments to Kharkiv and why is it necessary to attract them today?
– What projects are Kharkiv architects ready to present today at the discretion of investors and citizens?

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11:00 AMKYIV– Ruslana Velychko-Trifonyuk, First Deputy Executive Director of the Ukrainian Veterans Foundation of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs;
– Volodymyr Sheyhus, Executive Director of ISAR Ednannia;
– Oleksii Tarabukin, Communications Advisor to the Minister of Veterans Affairs.

All in person. 
Press conference: Ukrainian Veterans Foundation of the Ministry of Veterans Affairs and ISAR Ednannia launch a new competition to support NGOs working for veterans

Why is it interesting?
The cooperation between the state fund and the ISAR Ednannia NGO involves co-financing projects of public associations entitled as legal entities (public organizations or public sector unions). Public agencies that work to support veterans and their families will be able to receive up to UAH 2.5 million in financial support under the new competition “Worth it: Ednannia”.

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2:00 PM KYIV– Viktor Liakh, President of the East Europe Foundation;
– Olha Voitovych, Phoenix project manager at the East Europe Foundation;
– Liubov Margolina, Programme Development, Monitoring and Evaluation Manager at the Eastern Europe Foundation;
– Victoria Skorbota, Head of Business Development at 4Service Group
– Olena Bikla, co-author of the study, 4Service Group expert.

All in person.
The East Europe Foundation presents a study of Ukraine’s civil society sector during the war

Topics of focus:

– Changes in civil society organizations since the all-out invasion outbreak, issues, and needs;
– Funding for civil society organizations during the war;
– Evaluations of project activities of organizations;
– Assessments of organizational capacities;
– The role of civil society organizations in rebuilding the country.
3:30 PMKYIV– Lieutenant Colonel Volodymyr Fitio, Head of the Public Relations Service of the Land Forces Command (online).
Situation on the frontline and registration of persons liable for military service

Topics of focus:
– Current situation at the front, gainings of Ukrainian troops;
– Military enlistment offices reform, the launch of the “Oberih” system;
– Women’s military registration – what specialties are subject to;
– Rights and obligations of persons liable for military service, registration of students eligible for military service