EU project UPSHIFT finances theatrical performances against violence in Kharkiv

An improvisational theatre against various forms of violence, including physical, psychological, sexual or financial, has been operating in Kharkiv since 2018. During the performances, actors stage real-life stories of viewers who are ready to share their experiences. There is a psychologist at the performances, who provides advice to those who need it. Read more

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EU supports displaced people in Boryspil

The satellite city of Kyiv has accepted about 4,000  internally displaced people. A joint project of the EU and the International Organization for Migration supports the local IDP relief center. Here people can get clothes and household items, talk to a psychologist, find work and a kindergarten or a school for children, attend courses and creative classes. Read more

EU project digitizes Pinzel’s sculptures in 3D format

Sculptures of baroque sculptor Johann Georg Pinsel decorate the facade of St. George’s Cathedral in Lviv and other cultural heritage buildings in Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk and Ternopil regions. The EU programme Culture Bridges co-finances the Pinsel_AR project to digitize his works in the Lviv Museum for everyone to see. Future plans include scanning the sculptor’s heritage in Ukraine and abroad. Read more

How Lutsk University of Third Age makes retired people happy

These students can even be kindly envied, because their life is rich and vivid: they bring medals from sports competitions from abroad, they extremely interestingly spend all holidays, work for charitable causes and, of course, attend lectures. Most of them have modern gadgets. They easily use Privat-24, pay for utilities on the Internet, chat with Skype and have profiles on Facebook. And the oldest student is almost 90 years old. Read more

How to get master’s scholarship in Europe

Ukrainian Yulia Hudoshnyk won a grant from the European Union’s Erasmus+ programme and received her master’s degree in global studies in Denmark and Germany. Any Ukrainian of any age and status with a bachelor’s degree or a fourth year student can apply for a master’s programme. Yulia explains how to choose a programme, what to say in a motivation letter, what should be your English level, how studies in Germany and Denmark differ and how to use the knowledge acquired in Europe upon return to Ukraine. Read more