Dear students from Ukraine,
Let us listen to your words. How the Russian invasion of Ukraine changed your lives.
Your opinion on this situation. What you want to convey to society.
We want to understand your thoughts and discuss how we can support Ukraine.
This forum will provide a place where students from Ukraine and Japanese can freely do so.
Holding this forum allows students to gain a deeper understanding of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, think of action plans to support Ukraine, and understand the impact of the crisis on society through a presentation by a guest speaker. Finally, students will have the opportunity to discuss and participate in action plans, encouraging further support for Ukraine.
On 7/30, we will hold a Zoom forum in which students around the globe, mainly from Japan, will gain a deeper understanding of the current situation of Ukraine. There will be a presentation and a Q&A with a guest speaker and a discussion of action plans by the students, followed by an optional participant meetup. After the forum, we will share the activities and action plans carried out voluntarily by participants and encourage the wider spread of such actions.
【Date and Time】
July 30, 2022 2p.m.-6p.m. (JST) on Zoom
Students from Ukraine and Japan between the ages of 12-19 (students from overseas may participate)
Google Form ( https://forms.gle/JvkAF3XZbanPJEDf9)
July 22, 2022
Only students can join the discussions, but anyone who is interested can view the forum online.
Mr. Bogdan Parkhomenko
Mr. Parkhomenko communicates the current situation and issues of the Russian invasion of Ukraine from Kyiv through social media and TV. Through donations from Japan, he also directly supports citizens in Ukraine. Mr. Parkhomenko had lived in Japan until high school. He is the founder of SEPA LLC.
Opening speech and overview of the Ukrainian situation by forum organizers
Keynote speech by Mr. Bogdan Parkhomenko and Q&A
Speech by Ukrainian students
Discussion by students in Japanese/English speaking groups
(Part one: Support in Ukraine)
Further discussion by students in groups
(Part two: Action plan to help Ukraine)
Presentations by each discussion group
Closing speech by the forum organizers
Optional Meetup (up to 7:00 p.m.)
*Above time is in Japan Standard Time(JST)
Yusei Sato (Leader)
Anju Ito(English Moderator)
Yui Saito (Japanese Moderator)
Mihai Ujiharu Nishiike