Meet us in Lviv and Severodonetsk
We have mastered magic to not only be in two places at once, but also to make a cool and unforgettable activities just for you!
If you are planning to go to Molodvizh in Lviv or to Opinion Festival in Severodonetsk, check out our events and get to know us better!
Here are the activities in Lviv for Molodvizh:
Exhibit from the participants of the Photo Studio of Important Stories - an 8-day workshop, where young people from all over Ukraine studied the art of photo-documentary under the guidance of Serhii Korovainyi. You will have a chance not only to see the photos and learn a unique story behind each of them, but also talk to the participants of the workshop in person!
We will also arrange a screening of the film "The Distant Barking of Dogs" by Danish director Simon Lereng Wilmont, which is based on the story of a 10-year-old boy Oleg, who lives on the frontlines in Donetsk region. After the screening, we invite viewers to take part in a discussion about the film and the social issues it raises.
Additionally, there will be an interactive art project "Breaking walls, building bridges" that will take place in Lviv and Severodonetsk simultaneously! You can draw anything that expresses your idea of uniting creative and active youth in the world on a large canvas. Let's tear down walls and build bridges together!
Here are the events that will take place during Opinion Festival in Severodonetsk:
The above-mentioned exhibit by the participants of the Photo Studio of Important Stories and the discussion “Opportunities for Youth of Ukraine and Denmark. Are they different?”
The discussion will focus on three main areas:
- Education, which will be discussed by Oksana Piddubna, Communications Counselor of the Danish Embassy in Ukraine. Oksana studied at the Danish School of Media and Journalism and she will talk about the peculiarities of Danish education and what Ukrainians could learn from it.
- Volunteering, which we will talk about with Andrii Lanetskyi, Administration and Grants Officer at the Ukrainian-Danish Youth House. Andrew has volunteered at Gimle, a music café in Denmark, and he will talk about what it's like to be immersed in the cultural life of another country and the lessons you can gain from such experience.
- Civil society, which will be presented by Yulia Samokhvalova, Communications and PR Manager of Vostok SOS. She will discuss how young people are involved in democratic processes and how this affects the general state of life in both countries.
The discussion will be moderated by Oksana Nykytiuk, Regional Program Officer at the Ukrainian-Danish Youth House.
So join us on the 4th of September!