23.06.2016 - 26.11.2016 | Deadline for applications: 31 March 2016
'Ukraine Calling' is aimed at managers in organisations from politics, media, government, business and civil society who want to improve their skills with regards to Ukraine. A range of seminars and workshops will help to deepen the partcipants' kowledge about Ukraine. The programme facilitates interdisciplinary exchange and cross-sectoral networking between German and Ukrainian stakeholders, which will result in the implementation of concrete projects. The training language is German. Applications for participation will be accepted until 31 March 2016.
The training provides in-depth knowledge through interdisciplinary exchange to professionals in senior positions as a basis for further reflections onUkraine related topics. The seminars and workshops are lead by expert researchers and experienced multipliers. By networking with istitutions already active in bilateral cooperation and with potential Ukrainian partners, participants will be able to independently develop the knowledge imparted to implement their own ideas for collaborations or projects with Ukraine in their respective work areas.
'Ukraine Calling' is carried out by the European University Viadrina in cooperation with the Robert Bosch Foundation and the German Association of Ukrainists.
Deadline for Applications: 31 March 2016
'Ukraine Calling' is organised in three phases:
The working language is German. Lectures and talks in Kyiv will be translated into German.
The cost of events, course materials, accommodation, meals during the seminars and the flight to Kiev will be covered by the organisers.
For full information on the programme and an application form please visit the 'Ukraine Calling' website (in German language only).
You might also be interested in this interview with Professor Alexander Wöll, president of European University Viadrina, on the launch of the 'Ukraine Calling' programme, published on the website of the Robert Bosch Foundation (available in English and German).
Source: Ukraine Calling