13th May 2024 - Webinar "EU Solidarity with Ukraine: insights from Erasmus+ projects’ social actions"

Date: 13/05/2024, 11:00 am CET (12:00 Kyiv Time)
Duration: 1.5 h
Organiser: Web2Learn


We gladly share with you the slides of the webinar.
You can watch the recording of the webinar here.

What is the webinar about?

The aim of the webinar is to showcase and explore the effective ways in which Erasmus+ projects have been supporting people affected by the war in Ukraine. This online workshop brings together representatives from inspirational EU-funded projects identified by the European Commission’s “Building Hope” publication, who will share their experiences, strategies, and challenges in providing aid and support to Ukrainians. It aims to highlight the role of education and civic engagement in fostering resilience, social inclusion, and solidarity during crises.

The event is designed to facilitate knowledge exchange, inspire further action within the community, and strengthen the network of organisations and individuals committed to supporting Ukraine and its people through education and social initiatives.

  • Invited speakers: leaders from the Erasmus+ projects identified in the publication “Building hope, Europe’s solidarity with Ukraine: 15 inspiring Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps projects providing support to people affected by the war”.
  • Moderator: Kateryna Boichenko, Stefania Oikonomou, Researchers at Web2Learn, Greece.

How to join?

Please register here: http://tinyurl.com/AGILE1305

Who is it for?

This webinar is the sixth in a series of events organised by Web2Learn, focusing on actions taken by education institutions to support refugees. By adopting a participatory, open, and community-oriented approach to crisis response in Ukraine, these institutions enhance their own resilience against crises. Early and immediate action, combined with the development of digital tools to engage broader audiences and assist those in need, has bolstered the capacity of these academic institutions to sustain and expand their support for refugees, demonstrating a commitment to solidarity and inclusivity in challenging times.
The online workshop is hosted and organised by Web2Learn for the AGILE EU-funded project (Higher education resilience in refugee crises: forging social inclusion through capacity building, civic engagement and skills recognition, Project Number: 2022-1-FR01-KA220-HED-000087334).