Building human capital for the future of Ukraine
Join us for an evening of impactful discussion!
The Stockholm Institute of Transition Economics (SITE) and the Nordic Ukraine Forum cordially invite you to a significant event on 6th of February at 16:30. Together, let's delve into a crucial topic - the impact of the war in Ukraine on human capital and higher education.
Theme for the discussion
In the construction of modern Ukraine on the way to a prosperous future in the European Union, human capital will play a crucial role. Conversations on rebuilding often focus on hard infrastructure, and this important aspect is not always highlighted. On February 6th we invite to a discussion that will focus on the role the Kyiv School of Economics (KSE) plays in educating the future leaders of Ukraine and providing policy analysis to guide the reforms that are helping the country fight the war and shape the future.
In particular, KSE together with SITE and Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) will present their initiatives to support students and academics from Ukraine during the evening. Representatives from Swedfund and Nordic Ukraine Forum will highlight the importance and new opportunities for different projects and collaborations in Ukraine. The success of post-war reconstruction in Ukraine depends on our collective efforts to save the Ukrainian human capital.
Together, let’s make a difference!
- Tymofiy Mylovanov, President of the Kyiv School of Economics (KSE)
- Nataliia Shapoval, Chairman of the Kyiv School of Economics Institute
- Alina Zubkovych, Head of Nordic Ukraine Forum and Visiting Professor from KSE
- Katarina Hägg, Chief Executive Officer of SSE Executive Education
- Anders Olofsgård, Deputy Director of SITE
- Stefan Falk, Director of Swedfund Project Accelerator
- Volodymyr Kykot, student representative from SSE
- Alina Kotliarova, student representative from SSE
- Lesia Rublevska, student representative from SSE
- Torbjörn Becker, Director at SITE
Featuring musical performance by Tymur Vasylyshyn (singer from Ukraine) and Iana Kovalova (singer and songwriter from Ukraine). Violin performance by Sofia Kolupov (a British-Ukrainian violinist) at the Atrium. Followed by an exhibition: The “Unissued Diplomas” uncovers the stories of 36 Ukrainian students killed in the war (Learn more about the exhibition).
Registration & program
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