Recovery projects: interaction and participation of different actors in the community

Recovery projects: interaction and participation of different actors in the community

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9.11.2022, 18:30

Conference Room of the Center for Urban History

We invite you to the discussion "Recovery projects: interaction and participation of different actors in the community", which continues the series "Recovery of Ukraine: Who May Have the Right To Participate?"

During the meeting, we will reflect on the challenges and approaches to building processes of participation and engagement during the war with an expert in the field of facilitation and dialogue in communities and with representatives of the municipalities of Mykolaiv and Drohobych. These communities are already working on rebuilding their communities and implementing practices of involving civil society, people from the affected communities, volunteer initiatives, businesses, residents and residents in the recovery. Let's talk about how to build a platform for interaction and participation of different actors in the community in the recovery process, to balance the interests of different groups and lay the foundation for future development on the principle of "Building back better."

The discussion will include the following participants:

  • Dzvenyslava Novakivska, specialist in marketing of changes, organizational and personal transformations
  • Yevhen Poliakov, Deputy Head of the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning of Mykolaiv City Council
  • Taras Perkhun, regional development manager at the Drohobych City Institute
  • Iryna Sklokina, historian, PhD in History, researcher at the Center for Urban History

The meeting will be held live in the conference room of the Center for Urban History. To join the meeting, please, register.

The project is carried out in cooperation with the Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Kyiv Office – Ukraine.

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Credits

Cover Image: Lviv children receiving American humanitarian aid 1920-1921. Collection of Yuriі Zaverbny // Urban Media Archive of the Center for Urban History

Gallery Image: Victoria Boyko