Below is a report from Aleh Kliatsko and Andrey Edemsky who received a grant to organise an event in Moscow on the role of transportation in developing attractive, inclusive and healthy cities:
Illustration by Anastasiya Andrukovich
In October 2014, the Swedish Institute and the Embassy of Sweden in Moscow organized the kick-off of the local SI Alumni Network. It was a great evening for networking and sharing experiences. During the event there was opportunity to discuss how a local Moscow-based SI alumni network in Russia could be formed. In order to keep the momentum of the successful kick-off meeting and continue building the local SI Alumni network in the Moscow area, a new alumni event has been organized under the title ”Role of transportation in developing attractive, inclusive and healthy cities for people”, highlighting experiences both from Stockholm and Moscow.
The event was organized by SI alumni Aleh Kliatsko and Andrey Edemsky with support of the Swedish Institute and has been held at Scandinavia
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Please find below an invitation from SI Alumni Aleh Kliatsko and Andrey Edemskiy to an alumni event in Moscow on 9 June.
Illustration: Anastasiya Andrukovich
Dear Swedish Institute Alumni,
We would like to invite you to participate in the seminar ”Role of transportation in developing attractive, inclusive and healthy cities for people” highlighting Stockholm and Moscow experiences. The event is organized by SI alumni Aleh Kliatsko and Andrey Edemskiy with support of the Swedish Institute.
One of the main goals of the event is to continue building the local SI Alumni network in the Moscow area. Our ambition is that this event will assist in establishing new contacts, creating a platform for career development, sharing of ideas and experiences of studies and research in Sweden among SI Alumni. The event will include discussions and presentations on the area of transportation, as well as topic-related discussions in small groups and networking. Read more » >>