Tetyana shares the story of the formation of her national identity and the economic peripeteia that she had to go through in the process of transforming society. Tatyana was born and raised in Kherson. She graduated from two institutes in Leningrad (now St. Petersburg, Russia),
Congress of Culture Activists (Kyiv)
The Congress of Cultural Activists (CCA) contributes to the development of civil society and the creation of creative communities in Ukraine. They develop cultural activism networks and contribute to the implementation of interdisciplinary projects in cooperation with international experts and national alliances. The work of the CCA aims to further intercultural cooperation for positive development in in Ukraine and implement projects on socially relevant issues. Furthermore, they focus on the development of creative industries to uplift dialogue and collaboration as a means of cultural integration to support progress and encourage activism and active citizenship in a post-transition society.
The speaks about his life as a Jew from Odessa, of his failed attempt to enter studies because of his nationality, and how he managed to go from construction work to the first international cooperative. He graduated from the Technical School of Industrial Automation and
Liudmyla shares her experience of dissociating Ukraine’s sports community from its Soviet and Russian past. She recounts her own experience as a coach and director of a national sports school. Liudmyla was born in 1955 in Kyiv. In 1979, she graduated from the Kyiv State