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broadcast recording 07 June, 18:30

Rebuilding Ukraine: How to make communities comfortable for everyone

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The conversation is held in Ukrainian with sign language interpretation.
The conversation is held in Ukrainian with sign language interpretation.
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As a result of the full-scale war, thousands of Ukrainian families have lost their homes, and city infrastructure has suffered major destruction. Many Ukrainians who have left their homes fleeing from the war want to return and actively participate in rebuilding their communities. How should the process of rebuilding and modernising Ukrainian towns and cities go? How can communities influence the process of rebuilding so that everyone’s interests are taken into account?


Organisers: NGO Docudays in partnership with the STEM is FEM education project.


Anastasiya Kurylenko

communication director of the “Rubryka” media

Darya Pyrohova

sociologist, consultant for strategic community development, needs assessment, and public involvement in reconstruction processes in the GIZ Integrated Urban Development II project, DOBRE and U-LEAD programs, lecturer in the STEM is FEM

Olena Kupina

coordinator of the Institute of Legislative Ideas project «Transparent and Accountable Reconstruction», expert on regional development and participatory approaches, lecturer in the urban studies program of STEM is FEM

Ulyana Dzurliak

architect, civil activist, co-founder of the NGO “Save Kvity Ukrainy”


The human rights events of the 20th Docudays UA are unified by the image of the future, part of which is recovery after our victory.