The Open Ukraine Foundation offers you to become a member of one of the largest youth forums in Ukraine – the 8th Youth Kyiv Security Forum.
The following topics will be discussed: modern security; challenges and prospects for the 2020s. Participants will be able to come up with a number of ideas that will enhance security in various industries.
The Forum will be held on 21th-22th February 2020 in Kyiv.
For participation in the Forum, we invite leaders aged from 18 to 30 who:
- have achieved a significant progress in education, politics, public sector, public activities and in the sphere of international relations;
- are active citizens;
- work with the issues of state, international relations, education, security;
- have a good command of English;
- are open to find new content and decisions.
Participation in the Forum is free and on the competitive basis.
TO PARTICIPATE IN THE FORUM, PLEASE FOLLOW THE LINK AND FILL THE REGISTRATION FORM: https://forms.gle/fM1enJgG7sjg4QKq8.
THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS – 6th February 2020.
Organizers encourage to participate representatives from all regions of Ukraine. Travel costs, accommodation and meals covered by the organizers.
The announcement of the results is – 7th February 2020.
Working language of the Forum: English.
If you have any questions, please contact the Program Assistant of the Foundation Ms. Angelika Pavliuk by phone 067 214 34 62 or by e-mail [email protected].
Photos of the 7th Youth Kyiv Security Forum you may find following the link: https://ksf.openukraine.org/ua/photo-video/photo/257-7-ij-kijivsykij-bezpekovij-forum-dlya-molodi.
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