The Swedish Institute is glad to invite you to the next alumni-initiated event. The seminar “New Way of Thinking in the Age of Limited Resources” will be held on 22 January in Kyiv.
Any person who belongs to any of the following categories, may participate in this and similar alumni-initiated events:
- Former (and current) Swedish Institute scholarship & grant holders
- SI Management Programme Northern Europe Alumni
- Previous participants of the Swedish Institute Summer University
- Alumni of Swedish language studies in Belarus, Georgia and Ukraine
- Representatives (or associates) of SI-supported local centers, universities/colleges, for Swedish language and Scandinavian studies
- Former participants, managers and/or associates of projects previously arranged by SI (within e.g. the Visby Programme, Creative Force etc.)
- Local experts in the spheres of thematic relevance for the event
Distinguished guests of importance for the work of the alumni network
We are pleased to invite you to a SI alumni initiated seminar, which will take place in Kyiv, Shevchenko Blvd. 16, on 22 January 2014. The title of the seminar is “New Way of Thinking in the Age of Limited Resources”, which will cover such themes as limited consumption resources on the Earth, ecological thinking, and innovation map of the world.
The seminar program also involves socializing through Fika and cultural event. We still accept proposals from SI alumni for their own talks that meet the seminar topics. The most interesting ones will be selected and included in the seminar program.
Participation in the seminar is free of charge, whereas the participants cover their own transportation/accommodation costs. If you are interested to attend, please write to: yuliya.kolchenko(at)yahoo.se, petrosmertenko(at)mail.ru and dimitr(at)isp.kiev.ua
The electronic book with reports and other interesting materials is planned to be prepared.
The deadlines are as follows:
- Registration deadline – 18 January 2014
- Seminar – 22 January 2014
- Distribution of electronic booklet with presentations and recommendations of seminar – 31 January 2014