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On 28 November 2014 on the initiative of Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation the practical training is held as part of Kyiv Youth Security Forum that will bring together young experts to model development of events in the international arena with participation of Ukraine.
Participants of the training will have an opportunity to work on options of forecasting and simulating various scenarios of events development on the international arena with participation of Ukraine as well as key international players. It is expected that participants will prepare scenarios for five major themes related to present challenges in the area of international relations.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk Foundation has published a digest on the results of the 7th Kiev Security Forum titled “Security in the insecure world”, which took place on 10-11 of April 2014.
‘We shall accept by no means any appeals for federalisation of Ukraine, all the more so that these come from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of a foreign state,’ Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk pointed out Thursday, April 10, speaking at the 7th Kyiv Security Forum On the Fault Line: Security In-Between.
‘We have to initiate a crucial dialog on what a system of security should be,’ Ukraine’s PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk stressed Thursday, April 10, addressing the 7th Kyiv Security Forum On the Fault Line: Security In-Between.
On April 10-11, 2014 Kyiv will host the 7th Kyiv Security Forum “On the Fault Line: to be Secure In–Between”. Over 400 international and Ukrainian policy leaders, representatives of political, business and civic circles from more than 20 countries of the world will discuss global security trends and challenges in current international relations. This year the main theme of the Forum will focus on recent developments in Ukraine and close to its borders, their preconditions, and possible outcomes for the country, region, Europe and even for the world at large.
The 2nd Youth Kyiv Security Forum, initiated by Arsenii Yatseniuk’s Open Ukraine foundation and held on November 22-23, 2013, gathered young experts from over 15 countries around the globe. The young experts discussed the importance of good governance in international relations and the meaning of the European integration in the development of good governance in Ukraine. The youth attended the talks by experienced specialists from Austria, Georgia, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Switzerland, and the UK, as well as diplomats and delegates of international delegations functioning in Ukraine (the EU, UN, NATO, OSCE, World Bank, etc.)
Ukraine is a future star of the European Union, despite the current government’s decision of this Thursday to suspend the preparations for the signature of the Association Agreement with the EU. This was underscored by Tereziia Yatseniuk, head of the Supervisory Board of Open Ukraine Foundation, in her welcome address at the opening of the 2nd Youth Kyiv Security Forum “Good governance: the only way to the EU”.
On November 22-23, 2013 the Second Youth Security Forum will take place in Kyiv. The Forum will bring together young experts from over 15 countries of the world. The event will be hosted in Kyiv at Riviera Hotel, 15 Sagaydachnogo str. (terrace, floor 7). The Forum’s theme is “Good Governance: the only way to EU?». The Forum will welcome experienced experts from Austria, the UK, Georgia, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Switzerland as well as diplomats and representatives of international organisations in Ukraine (EU, UN, NATO, OSCE, the World Bank and others).
The Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation informs that the policy paper competition for young professionals to win a participation in the 2nd Youth Kyiv Security Forum has been amended with a new topic for essay writing: «Role of constituent elements of good governance on the way to joining the European Union». The deadline to submit essays has been extended to 23 October.