The "Open Ukraine" Foundation invites you to join us at the 8th Youth Kyiv Security Forum, which will begin on the 21st of February in Kyiv.
For those who don’t have the opportunity to attend the event, we will be broadcasting a livestream directly from the venue.
You can access the live-stream on the website.
Start time: 12:00. February 21st.
You can download the Agenda here – Agenda (англ.) / Програма (укр.)
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The Open Ukraine Foundation is an international foundation, established in July 2007, at the initiative of Arseniy Yatsenyuk and Zbigniew Dzhymala for strengthening and development of Ukraine’s reputation in the world.
The Canadian Embassy in Ukraine, under the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI) program, supports small, but highly effective projects that meet the Government of Canada's international assistance priorities. The program is aimed at supporting initiatives developed mainly by local partners.
The CFLI is also called upon to maintain positive bilateral relations between Canada and the recipient countries and their civil society, by deepening contacts and supporting local initiatives.
NATO Information and Documentation Centre in Ukraine (NIDC) was established in May 1997, on the eve of signing the NATO-Ukraine Charter on a Distinctive Partnership, which serves as the founding document for the relationship between NATO and Ukraine. The NIDC is part of the NATO Public Diplomacy Division and was the first information office established by NATO in a Partner country.
Youth Kyiv Security Forum is the platform for discussion of current issues of international relations and foreign policy of Ukraine by young experts. The purpose of the forum is to strengthen the role of the new generation of experts, to improve their ability to participate in the process of political analysis and development.