Experts in all three cities in Ukraine began the day not with presentations, but with air raids and rocket attacks in western Ukraine. In particular, in the city of Rivne, there were two hits on an energy facility and a civilian infrastructure facility. Almost 2 dozen people were injured in the morning shelling in Ukraine.
Citizenship education is extremely important because it teaches civility and democratic values. This is the mission of the Caravan’s trainers. The theme of the Caravan in Ukraine is “Citizenship Education for Survival and Victory”!
Having recovered from the morning events, Inna Semenets-Orlova opened the fourth day of the Caravan in Rivne.
The trainer explained to the audience that in today’s world of anti-fragility, the ability to be creative is important for quick problem solving, including in the public sphere.
During the training, participants learned to assess the potential of creative thinking for building a culture of citizenship.
Following Ms. Inna, a trainer from Kyiv, Daria Pylyo, started her work in Ternopil.
During the discussion, the participants figured out how to approach the work from the perspective of project management and how to use clustering.
The expert shared with the participants the key principles of project management that will allow them to better organize the workflow and allocate project tasks and resources to increase its efficiency.
The Сaravan finalized in Lutsk with the training “Creating Your Own Brand” by Olga Tsipan.
The participants learned how to find themselves in life, show their identity and uniqueness, develop manners, confidence and communication skills.
Finally, Rivne experts visited the Amber Museum and learned about the uniqueness of the region.
The Сaravan in Ukraine is dedicated to all the Heroes who have died for Ukraine’s independence since 2014 to the present day. Thanks to them, Ukrainians continue living every day life.
Caravan is organized by Eastern-European Association for Citizenship Education under support of the Federal Agency of Citizenship Education of Germany (bpb) and funded by German Foreign Office.