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Report from the organising team of the SI Alumni Forum in Belarus

Left to right: Pavel Makhnach, Liudmila Fokeeva, Aleh Kliatsko, Maryna Barouka, Aliaksei Kazlou, Katsiaryna Syrayezhkina, Vasili Mankevich, Ivan Tikota, Natalia Romeiko and Markus Boman (SI)

 

Dear Swedish Institute Alumni worldwide!

We are the team of the first Swedish Institute Alumni Forum (SIAF) on Entrepreneurship in Belarus (SIAF) and we would like to share our experience in the arrangement and conduction of the Forum. Unfortunately, we are not able to describe all the peculiarities, details and specifics of the Forum organization in one short blog article but we’d like to bring your attention to the most important parts.

Writing “we”, we mean the core of the team – 8 active participants: Ivan Tikota, Katsiaryna Syrayezhkina, Natalia Romeiko, Pavel Makhnach, Aleh Kliatsko, Aliaksei Kazlou, Maryna Barouka and Liudmila Fokeeva. Of course, it doesn’t mean that we did everything by ourselves. Within the organizing process a lot of other alumni in Belarus provided their support in different stages and in various activities. Read more » >>

SI Alumni Profile: Elena Kell

Name: Elena Kell

Country: Russia

Current occupation:

Currently I live in Stockholm and I work as a Knowledge Manager in Teliasonera, company that provides network access and telecommunication services.

When, where & what did you study in Sweden?

I have been awarded a Visby Scholarship from Swedish Institute to pursue a Master in Global Studies, at Lund University in 2009-2011. I have later complemented my education with some modules in Leadership for sustainability and project management from Malmö University.   Read more » >>

Natten går tunga fjät!

On 13th December  “Natten går tunga fjät” or “the night walks with heavy steps” not only around Sweden but also over a large part of the world. As the song goes on, “Saint Lucia” breaks the darkness of the early morning hours in at least 220 universities and colleges with the Swedish language instruction in more than 40 countries.

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