Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation and Friedrich Ebert Stiftung in Ukraine invites you to the "Open Morning" with Member of Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany Johannes Schraps. The meeting involves 30 minutes of interesting talk with a cup of morning coffee and the opportunity to ask interesting questions to the guest. 15 participants will be selected.
Time and place: Thursday, November 01, 09:00. The location of the meeting is cafe "Paul" (Horodetskogo, 6). The meeting will last – 30-40 min.
The attendees will have a chance to chat with the guest about how and when the day of German politician starts, what does he find inspirational and motivational.
Open Ukraine Foundation launches a new format for regular morning meetings for young leaders with renowned statesmen, representatives of the diplomatic, cultural and expert sectors.
The purpose of these meetings is the creation of an open space for communication and exchange of opinions between public figures and young people.
To participate in the event you need to fill in the registration form via the link – https://goo.gl/forms/h2E8lUnr15HN7UT83.
Please note that completing the registration form is not a confirmation of the participation. The winners will be informed by email they indicated when completing the form.
Open Ukraine Foundation is an international foundation, established in July 2007 for strengthening and development of Ukraine’s reputation in the world. The main tasks of the Foundation are improving international reputation of Ukraine and increasing its promotion abroad, promoting international cooperation with Ukraine and public diplomacy.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION:
Johannes Schraps – from 2017 Member of Bundestag of the Federal Republic of Germany, member of the Social Democratic Party of Germany.
2013-2017 – European Policy Research Fellow at the office of the Member of Bundestag, Deputy Chairman of the Committee on Affairs of the European Union, Achim Barchmann.
2011-2013 – Parliamentary Assistant to the Member of the European Parliament, Hans Peter Martin (Austria).
2008-2011 – studied at the University of Hamburg, received a Master's Degree in Political Science (European Integration, International Relations).
PARTNER OF THE MEETING:
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung is the oldest political fund in Germany, which has rich social democratic traditions since its founding in 1925. The Foundation was founded as the political will of Friedrich Ebert, the first president of Germany, who was democratically elected and whose name was named the Foundation. The key activity of the political foundation is the realization of the fundamental ideals and values of social democracy: freedom, justice, solidarity. More about the Foundation's activities in Ukraine – http://fes.kiev.ua/n/cms/13/.