Gorshenin Institute and Friedrich Ebert Foundation to present in Kharkiv the findings of survey "Ukrainian society and Europea
Do Ukrainians share the fundamental principles of the European community?
On 29 September, Friday, Ilf Communication Conference Center (Kharkiv, Ukraine) will host the presentation and discussion of the results of sociological research: "Ukrainian society and European values", conducted by Gorshenin Institute in cooperation with the Representation of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine & Belarus.
The survey "Ukrainian Society and European Values" was held in April-June 2017 and was aimed to study the perception of European values by Ukrainians:
What is the idea of Ukrainians about European values?
Do Ukrainians share the basic principles of the European community?
How does the idea of European values depend on the region of residence and age?
Ow the idea of European values and foreign policy preferred by person are connected?
How Ukrainians' perception of European values is formed?
Participants of the discussion:
Marcel Röthig, Resident Representative of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine & Belarus;
Svitlana Baluk, expert, Gorshenin Institute;
Ella Libanova, director, Ptukha Institute of Demography and Social Studies, NAS of Ukraine (confirmation is pending);
Yulia Bidenko, PhD in Political Science, ass. prof. of Political Science Department of Kharkiv Karazin State University, expert Team Europe Kharkiv Initiative;
Moderator – Dmytro Ostroushko, director of international programs, Gorshenin Institute.
You can register through the link.
Contacts for media accreditation: (044) 230 49 62; beginning of registration at 09:40
Any media coverage of the event must mention Gorshenin Institute and the Representation of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine & Belarus.
The event will be held at: Ukraine, Kharkiv, 14-a, Skrypnyk St., Ilf Communication Conference Center.