• May 16
    ARTICLE | TEACHER-STUDENT DIALOGUE. BARRIERS AND SOLUTIONS

    By Olena Merzliakova, PhD, doctoral candidate of the Institute of Pedagogical and Adult Education NAPS of Ukraine, olena.merzliakova@gmail.com The topic of the dialogue became especially relevant for the author of this article due to participation in the project from the Swiss Peace Research institute (Swisspeace) that aims at fostering civil society dialogue in Russia and… Read more »

  • May 13
    ARTICLE | EUROVISION IN UKRAINE – A STUNNING COUNTRY WITH WARM AND RESILIENT PEOPLE

    The article was originally published at HUFFPOST by Diane Chandler. When Ukraine won Eurovision last year, Graham Norton grimaced at the thought of having to spend time in Kyiv to host the contest. And I felt a defensive surge of annoyance. He was doubtless imagining a city of grey Soviet monoliths and grey surly folk,… Read more »

  • May 11
    ARTICLE | NICHOLAS ROSS SMITH: THE PROBLEM WITH ELECTIONS

    The article was originally published at Newsroom by UDI Associate Dr Nicholar Ross Smith We need to break through the prevalent elitism which casts ordinary people as being too stupid to have any productive role in politics writes the University of Canterbury’s Dr Nicholas Ross Smith Rachel Stewart’s column on the 26th of April titled… Read more »

  • May 9
    ARTICLE | SEE THE NEW UKRAINE AND BENEFIT FROM THE BEST PARTNERING OR INVESTING IN IT

    The article was originally published at the Emerging Europe by Nataly Veremeeva. Saying that Ukraine is an attractive but difficult market is nothing new. Situated in the heart of Europe, it is close, big and well-educated. It is cheap and abundant in resources, both natural and human. It is industrial, agricultural and hi-tech. However, at… Read more »

  • May 1
    INTERVIEW | UKRAINIAN SCIENCE IS IN DECAY

    The interview was conducted by UDI Content Manager Alina Nychyk and originally published at Hold the Trend. An interview with a Ukrainian professor and member of Ukrainian National Academy of Science, who did not want to reveal his name due to fear of losing his job. How would you describe the development of science in… Read more »