Yevhen Hlibovytsky presents in London a new set of assumptions for what Ukraine is, and is not

On Monday, September 22, 2014 Yevhen Hlibovetsky made a presentation at the Ukrainian Institute in London with a title ‘Reintroducing Ukraine: a new set of assumptions for what Ukraine is, and is not.’ He talked about the evolution of values in Ukraine, changes in institutions and a new role for Ukraine in the region. He outlined recent events on Maidan and in Ukraine in a wider context of culture, history and politics.  by Yevhen Hlibovetsky I selected three important assumptions, which, as it seems to me, often lay the foundation of perceptions on Ukraine: 1) Ukraine >>>

Ukraine and Russia: are we near the endgame? – a talk by Adrian Karatnycky

Wednesday, September 24, 7.00PM, at the Ukrainian Institute, London, 79, Holland Park, London, W11 3SW    We are delighted to invite you to a talk: Ukraine and Russia: are we near the endgame? – by Adrian Karatnycky, which will take place on Wednesday, 24 September, at the Ukrainian Institute, London.   Adrian Karatnycky is Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council (U.S.) where he do-directs Ukraine programs. He is the founder and Managing Partner of the Myrmidon Group LLC , a business advisory, and co-executive director of the Ukrainian-Jewish Encounter. For twelve years, >>>

British Library selects website of the Ukrainian Institute in London for archive preservation for future generations

The website of the Ukrainian Institute has been included in the UK Web Archive, an initiative of the British Library, with a purpose to give permanent online access to key UK websites for future generations. The Archive contains sites that reflect the rich diversity of lives and interests throughout the UK. As many UK websites are constantly changing, they often contain information that is only available online. Responding to this challenge the UK Web Archive is there to safeguard these websites. The UK Web Archive contains websites that publish research, that reflect the >>>

Looking for actors and actresses to join ‘Bloody East Europeans’

Bloody East Europeans. at the Ukrainian Institute, London. Photo by Guy Corbishley. Molodyi Teatr London is looking for new talent to join our group. We are currently working on ‘Bloody East Europeans’ (https://molodyiteatr.wordpress.com) and starting a couple of new projects. You do not need to be fluent in Ukrainian or have any acting experience - all you need is a desire to work in a diverse, creative group. If you are a musician, bring your instrument along! If you think we are your cup of tea (coffee, juice, sto hram) come to our informal audition session >>>

Reintroducing Ukraine: a new set of assumptions for what Ukraine is, and is not – a talk by Yevhen Hlibovytsky

Monday, September 22, 2014, 7.00PM at the Ukrainian Institute, London, 79, Holland Park, London W11 3SW   Ukrainian society is undergoing tremendous transformation. We are delighted to invite you to a talk by Yevhen Hlibovytsky, who will talk about the evolution of values in Ukraine, changes in institutions and a new role for Ukraine in the region. He will outline recent events on Maidan and in Ukraine in a wider context of culture, history and politics.   Yevhen Hlibovytsky is a founder of pro.mova – a think tank and a strategic consultancy, which researches values >>>

The Spirit of Ukraine Festival

The Spirit of Ukraine Festival taking place at one of England’s finest historic houses, Forty Hall, set in its own Estate, with formal and informal gardens, lakes, lawns, and meadows, in the London Borough of Enfield, the northernmost borough of London. SUNDAY, September 7, 12 noon start Full details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1521658601382324/ >>>

“Invest in Ukraine” – conference in London

September 3-4, 2014. Ironmongers’ Hall, London, United Kingdom (Shaftesbury Place, Barbican, London EC2Y 8AA). Following the successful «Invest in Ukraine» conference on June 2013 in New York A7 CAPITAL will host international investment forums “Invest in Ukraine” in London (September 3-4), Frankfurt (September 24-26) and New York (November 12-14.). The London Forum will be one of the first public international conferences after the signing of the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU. Target audience: C-level representatives of Ukrainian companies, >>>

Learn Ukrainian in London – New Semester September 2014

The Ukrainian Institute in London offers  Ukrainian language courses for learners at all levels (beginners, intermediate and advanced), and also for native or near-native speakers who, living outside Ukraine or the Ukrainian community, wish to maintain or improve their language competence. Teachers are native speakers. Evening classes are held once a week, on Mondays, Tuesdays or Wednesdays. There are two sessions per year (each consisting of 16 one-and-a-half hour classes), from September to early February and from mid-February to June. Classes are held at the Institute >>>