IWP and the Ambassador of the EU presented the exhibition of the cartoon in Dnipropetrovsk

11:19 AM 6-6-2013

Institutte of World Policy presented “Street Eurouniversity” in Dnipropetrovsk. Its official opening took place on June 6th on the European Sq.The Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine Jan Tombinski, who was the honorary guest of the exhibition, opened the event.

We propose the photo essay of the first day of the exhibition.

Jan Tombinski, the Head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine
Jan Tombinski, Zoltan Saali, Political, Head of the Press and Information at the EU Delegation in Ukraine, Alyona Getmanchuk, director of the IWP, Leonid Litra, senior analyst of the IWP, Sergiy Solodkyy, the first deputy director of the IWP
IWP organizes series of “Street Eurouniversities” in several Ukrainian cities that is the exhibition of cartoons about the most important obstacle for Ukraine on its road to European integration. Cartoons illustrate two realities in more than twenty spheres of social, economic, political life of Ukraine and member-states of the EU. Moreover, residents of Ukrainian cities have an opportunity to directly communicate with experts from the IWP, ask them questions about the European integration path of the country.

The Institute of World Policy expresses its special gratitude to the Dnipropetrovsk City Administration and Delegation of the European Union in Ukraine

“Street Eurouniversity” successfully took place in Kyiv and Odesa where thousands of Ukrainians visited the exhibition. The Ambassador of France to Ukraine Alain Remy was honorary guest of the exhibition in Odesa.

The event took place within the framework of the project ‘Soft Power of Ukraine in the EU’ is supported by Ukraine National Initiatives to Enhance Reforms (UNITER) project, which is implemented by Pact and made possible by the generous support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

The project Street Eurouniversities was also supported by Global Reporting and Swedish Institute.