On December 3 and 04, an international seminar was held in Bodo (Norway) at NORD University to discuss and finalize the application to the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the continuation of the “Ukraine-Norway” project for the period 2020-2022.
The participants of the seminar were:
Anatoli Bourmistrov, Nord University Business School / High North Center, Professor, PhD, Curator of the Ukraine-Norway project;
Olga Iermolenko, Nord University Business School / High North Center, Researcher, PhD, Coordinator of the Ukraine-Norway project;
Serhiy Kucherenko, Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Head of the Social Policy Department of the Department of Military Education, Science, Social and Humanitarian Policy;
Kostiantyn Tatarkin, Ministry of Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine, Advisor to the Minister
Volodymyr Rubtsov, IFSA, President;
Tetiana Lvova, IFSA, CFO;
Olga Filina, IFSA, Coordinator of the "Ukraine-Norway" project;
Oleh Novomlynets, Chernihiv National University of Technology, vice-rector;
Tetiana Kolenichenko, Chernihiv National University of Technology, Head of the Department of Social Work, Coordinator of the “Ukraine-Norway” project from the University;
Hanna Dyvnych, NGO “Chernihiv European”, Head of the NGO.
The representatives of NORD University and IFSA present an advanced model of project implementation for the next period. Representatives of the two ministries, the partner university of the Chernihiv National University of Technology and “Chernihiv European” Civil Society, participate in the discussion of the implementation details of the updated project. The application will be soon submitted to the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.