On Tuesday, 17 May 2016 at 11:00, Gorshenin Institute will host a roundtable entitled "Promoting the Crimean problem in the international information field. How not to let the world keep silent? "
The organizer of the roundtable is Gorshenin Institute.
Issues for discussion:
- Is there a future for Ukraine and Crimea without Crimean Tatars?
- Status of the Crimean Tatar culture in Crimea and Ukraine.
- What place should the issue of Crimea and Crimean Tatars take in the information policy of Ukraine?
- Analysis of possible delivery channels, subjects and recipients of promotion, topics for the international community.
- Presentation by the Crimean Tatar member of the special project "ShortList" on LB.ua, film director Nariman Aliyev and his film "Return at Dawn".
Participants of the roundtable:
Volodymyr Kazarin, deputy prime minister of Crimea in 2001-2005, deputy governor of Sevastopol in 2006-2010, professor and former department head at Taurida National Vernadsky University;
Nadiya Tsok, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry's special envoy for Crimea;
Tamila Tasheva, a co-founder and coordinator of Crimea SOS NGO;
Eskander Bariev, a member of the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people;
Yevhen Kurmashov, head of political programmes at Gorshenin Institute, a PR specialist;
Dariya Bader, culture desk editor, LB.ua.
Contacts for media accreditation: (044) 230 49 62
Any coverage of the event must mention Gorshenin Institute as its organizer.
Gorshenin Institute: 18b Mala Zhytomyrska St. (entrance through the arch from Mykhaylivskyy Lane).