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    Conference: »After Euromaidan. Present and Future of Civil Society in Ukraine and Germany«

    Which environment does civil society need to work best und what does it take to strengthen civil society? The conference »After Euromaidan. Present and Future of Civil Society in Ukraine and Germany« on 3 May in Berlin focused on this important question.

    Which environment does civil society need to work best und what does it take to strengthen civil society? The conference »After Euromaidan. Present and Future of Civil Society in Ukraine and Germany« on 3 May, 2016 in Berlin focused on this important question. The conference was jointly hosted by the Körber Foundation and the German Federal Foreign Office.

    At the Federal Foreign Office 160 young stakeholders and experts from Germany and Ukraine discussed the current state, the future and possible cooperation between the civil societies of both countries. In five separate workshops on the rule of law, press freedom, integration, education and civic involvement on the local level the participants discussed concrete challenges and measures for the future. Sven Tetzlaff, head of the Education Department at the Körber Foundation, added his experience and expertise regarding the impact of education on strengthening democratic competences and the civic involvement.

    For more information visit the website of the Federal Foreign Office

    Further information is also available on Twitter #AfterEuromaidan 

     

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