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Gorshenin Institute to sum up results of English Language Year in Ukraine

Do Ukrainians start talking English?

Gorshenin Institute to sum up results of English Language Year in Ukraine

From 12 to 18 December, the week of closing the Year of English in Ukraine will be held. The event is conducted on the initiative of GoGlobal and with the support of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine, Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, the US Embassy in Ukraine and the British Council

The outgoing 2016 was declared by a decree of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko the Year of English in Ukraine. Gorshenin Institute invites journalists to attend the press briefing "The results of the English Language in Ukraine" to see whether the Ukrainians began to speak English. The event will take place on December 12 at 13:00 in Gorshenin Institute at 18B Mala Zhytomyrska St. in Kyiv.

The participants will discuss the major shifts that have occurred in the civil service sector, the launch of the movie in the original language in cinemas of Ukraine, the introduction of free vocational guidance English language courses for the employees of the service sector, the effectiveness of schoolyard language camps GoCamp and free opportunities to learn foreign languages. Journalists will learn about the events slated to take place across the country in connection with the closing of the Year of English during the week.


Dmytro Shymkiv, deputy head of the Presidential Administration;

Liliya Hrynevych, Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine;

Mustafa Nayem, co-founder of GO Global Office, a People's Deputy of Ukraine;

Simon Williams, the Director of British Council;

Karen Robley, the Attaché for Educational and Cultural Affairs of the US Embassy in Ukraine;

Anastasia Davydova, marketing director, the Multiplex cinema network.

Moderator - Sonya Koshkina.

Registration for the media:

For further information: Tetyana Kyrylenko - 050 97 93 596.

Global Office - a public organization aimed to promote information, political, economic, cultural and social integration of Ukraine into the global community, as well as domestic integration. GO has two directions: 1. GoGlobal, whose purpose is to promote the learning of foreign languages and the volunteer movement in Ukraine, promotion of intercultural dialogue and public diplomacy 2. GoEast, the purpose of which is the information, infrastructural and political integration of the front-line areas of Donetsk and Lugansk regions in the all-Ukrainian space. Details:

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