Before we started cooperation with Kurve Wustrow the topic of non violent activism and non violent communication was present in SIS curriculum only in Zbignew Bujak’s lectures and workshops. During SIS 5 it has become the main focus of the school.
In honor of the Day of the Defender of Ukraine and National Cybersecurity Month in the U.S., I am putting pen to paper some thoughts that may help citizens of both countries defend themselves, ourselves. Here are some top level considerations for self-defense in a now borderless news and information world.
For much of the 20th century, and especially after the end of World War II and the emergence of the Cold War, an ideological clash existed between Russia and the West. In fact, the Cold War itself was the culmination of and a sustainable period for this clash of ideologies.
While other civic organization drop the word “gender” from their activities because it has a bad connotation, Maidan Monitoring Information Center decided to start working with gender issues.
We found a common thread in the importance of role models for women in Ukraine, success stories and most importantly the unique and oftentimes greatly misunderstood aspects of gender, and specifically gender stereotypes, in Ukraine.
Aggression of Russia against Ukraine continuing fourth year. Minsk agreements do not work, shelling in the Eastern Ukraine does not stop for a day, as a result, we have regular losses among Ukrainian military and civilians.
Ukraine erupted into violent conflict at the beginning of 2014 and many lives have since been lost. How might it have been if PWC had lent their support when most needed?