Round table "Youth, peace and security"

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April 24, 2017

Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University

On April 24th, 2017 in Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University was held a round table "Youth, peace and security" (resolution №2250 United Nations Security Council), which was co-organized by NGO "Federation of Women for Peace in the world".

The event started with a musical greeting – the song "Red Cranberry". Greeted the participants Vice-Rector on Science of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University – Nataliia Vinnikova, Vice-Rector on Social and Humanitarian Affairs – Taisiia Belofastova and Head of public organization "Federation of Women for Peace in the world" – Tetiana Koceba.

During the round table were presented the next speeches: Ludmila Porohniak-Hanovska, Head of the National Council of Women of Ukraine, MD, professor, who revealed meaning of №2250 resolution United Nations Security Council for the youth movement in Ukraine. Moriko Hori, president of Federation of Women for Peace in the world of Japan, who told about youth organizations in Japan; Ruslan Kutsyk, Head of the Scientific Society of students, doctoral students and young scientists Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, who outlined the main trends of youth policy in Ukraine and others.The round tablealso participated Minako Sugita, International Chief Director of the joint association of the Federation of women for peace throughout the world Saitama Prefecture; Omori Nobuko, Deputy Director of the Cultural Center "San" Japan, Head of the charity foundation "One thousand cranes".

We thank all the participants of the event for active debates and fruitful discussions. One of the practical results of the round table was the initiative of the Scientific Society of students, doctoral students and young scientists of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University on translation Ukrainian of resolution №2250 "Youth, Peace and Security" United Nations Security Council.

Participation in the Erasmus + programme

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25 March to 9 April 2017

Oberhof (Germany)

Alona Popova had a two-weeks training "Refugees in the European network" supported by the European Erasmus+ programme in Oberhof (Germany) from 25 March to 9 April 2017. Alona is the Head of the Scientific Society of Students, doctoral students and young scientists of the Institute of Human Sciences of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University.

The project was organized in the form of two weeks of union initiatives and ideas of young people from four countries: Germany, Romania, Belarus and Ukraine.
During the training, Alona studied the system of government and non-government organizations of refugees and the experience of United Europe on migration.

She held a series of workshops on social and educational support refugees and migrants, stressing the importance of youth resource in the system work with refugees and migrants in Europe. In addition, the evening training session Alona Popova devoted to building a positive approach to life for young people coping with migration in the modern society.

 

Seminar for pedagogical staff, PhD and doctoral students “International grant programs: opportunities for research"

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5 April 2017

Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University

SRL of internationalization of higher education and School of project management of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University organized seminar for pedagogical staff, PhD and doctoral students of the University devoted to actual problem of searching grant programs for research and internships.

At the seminar werecoordinators of popular international programs and organizations: Nikolai Ushakov, coordinator of "Marie Curie Actions for developing skills, training and career" at national contact points in Horizon 2020 in Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv; Inna Barysh, deputy director of the Fulbright Program in Ukraine, coordinator of the exchange program for young scientists and students; Oksana Lando, scholarship programs coordinator Campus France Ukraine. Also, scientific workers of SRL of internationalization of higher education (Olena Humeniuk and Yuliya Korgunyk) prepared presentations about grant opportunities for different specialties. The event was supported by the Vice-Rector on Science Nataliia Vinnikova, who also moderated the workshop.

We are grateful to all colleagues who attended the seminar and wish to all inspiration in writing the individual and collective grant applications!

International teleconference with students of Seton Hall University (New Jersey, USA)

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4 April 2017

Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University

On 4th April 2017 Eighth International teleconference was held via Skype between master students in history of Seton Hall University, New Jersey, USA (supervisor Professor Daly D.K.) and master students in history of the Faculty of History and Philosophy Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University (supervisor Associate Professor Tarasenko O.O.).

Eighth International teleconference was devoted to Ukrainian historians’ report on the implementation of their part of USA-Ukrainian scientific-research project "Research on the history of Ukrainian diaspora in the example of New Jersey state through digital technologies in the humanities".

Ukrainian team of historians, consisted of master students Ivan Glaz and Daria Olejnik and supervisor of the project from Ukraine, PhD in History, associate professor of the Chair of the History of Ukraine Olga Tarasenko reported the results of the study Ukrainian and English.

In aconducted project Ukrainian team revealed kinds of Ukrainian migration and concluded that prevails in Ukraine external migration, revealed the historical reasons for migration of Ukrainians as well as internal and external factors of Ukrainian migration; pointed out the factors that lead to the formation of the Diaspora; found a difference between the concepts of "emigration" and "diaspora" and different interpretation of the concept of "Ukrainian Diaspora" and illustrated its division into western and eastern and its four waves.

The logical culmination of the project was the study activity of 60 Ukrainian-American organizations established by Ukrainian diaspora during the four waves in the state of New Jersey.

Third International Scientific Conference "Professional Art Education Art and Culture: Challenges of the XXI century"

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30-31 March 2017

Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University

30-31 March 2017 in Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University hosted the Third International Scientific Conference "Professional Art Education and Culture: Challenges of the XXI century".

At the conference was presented Lithuanian-Ukrainian collective monograph "The development of spiritual education", which was the result of academic cooperation of Lithuanian and Ukrainian scientists Marius Yanukonis, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Lithuania to Ukraine; Jurgis Hyedris Cultural Affairs of Lithuania and Viktor Ogneviuk, Rector of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University greeted the authors of collective monograph and participants of the Conference.

Among international guests were: Jonas Kevishas,  Doctor of University of Educational Sciences (Lithuania) Wojciech Markvitsa, professor of Institute of Music of Jagiellonian University (Poland); Jadwiga Ukhila-Zroski, Deputy Director of the Faculty of Arts of University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland); Alexandra Zeman, professor of the Faculty of Arts of University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland).

 

Reception of the delegation from the University of Mykolas Romeris (Lithuania)

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March 31, 2017

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As part of the agreement on international cooperation with the University of Mykolas Romerisa (Lithuania) Grinchenko University hosted a delegation from Lithuanian university including: the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Law Professor Snieguole Matuliene, professor from Institution of Educology and social work Irena Zhemaytatyte and assistant professor of Institute of Political Science Gediminas Kazenas.

From the Grinchenko University at the meeting were representatives of the Faculty of Law and International Relations, Faculty of Information Technology and Management, Pedagogical Institute and the Institute of Human Sciences. Moderator of the meeting was the Vice-Rector for research Natalia Vinnikova.

In a warm and friendly atmosphere, participants discussed opportunities for academic exchange of teachers and students, participation in joint research projects under the Erasmus + and Horizon 2020, as well as writing a joint articles in scientometric databases Scopus and Web of Science.

Guest Lecture of the First Secretary of Embassy of Belgium in Ukraine Jean de Lannoy "Belgium – Ukraine: dialogue of cultures"

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21 March, 2017

Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University

 

Within the framework of the International Francophonie week Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University visited the First Secretary Embassy of Belgium in Ukraine Jean de Lannoy and shared with the students of the Institute of Philology and the Faculty of Law and International Relations thoughts abut "Belgium – Ukraine: dialogue of cultures".

Students and teachers of our University got a unique opportunity to speak French, learn about the Belgians, their habits and lifestyle, the official languages of Belgium, stay Belgians in Ukraine, discuss the problems of young Belgians in the context of higher education and employment and the prospects of Belgian-Ukrainian cultural and educational dialogue.

Nataliia Vinnikova, Vice-Rector for Research, introduced guests and pointed out on the importance of scientific cooperation and academic exchange between the two countries.

The event was initiated by the department of Romance Philology and Comparative-typological Linguistics Institute of Philology, supported by SRL of Internationalization of higher education.

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