Crash course on Israel for Ukrainian Leadership Academy students
On December 7-11, representatives of Israeli-Ukrainian Alliance and a panel of invited experts will run a series of lectures on Israel for the students of Ukrainian Leadership Academy. The lectures will cover the creation and national identity of Israel, as well as origins and perspectives of educational and diplomatic relations between Israel and Ukraine.
Dr. Eleonora Shkolnik, Ariel University — Spurring Innovation through Education;
Ksenia Svetlova, writer and Middle East researcher — State Building: Israeli Phenomena;
Anna Zharova, co-founder and CEO of IUA,
Olha Stoliarchuk, co-founder of IUA — Israeli Ukrainian Alliance: Social and Business Diplomacy as a Key for Accelerating Long-term Partnerships;
Eliezer Lesovoy, Educational director at EnerJew, CEO at TrendVision NGO — Israeli National Identity with its Сomplexity;
Gilad Cohen, chairman and founder of Israel Security Business Forum — To Understand Israel is to Understand Its Security Challenges;
Sean Dinenberg, co-founder of Israeli Air Force Accelerator — Opening of the Israeli Air Force’s First Accelerator;
Eli Bogdan, Business Development Associate at Fiverr — Boosting Innovation Through Supporting Businesses.
The Ukrainian Leadership Academy (ULA) is a 10-month educational and development program for secondary school graduates aged between 16 and 18 years. ULA’s classes are conducted 6 days a week, and students live on the Academy’s campuses. The program is built on a combination of elements of value-based physical, emotional and intellectual development. During the program, students have monthly exploratory trips around Ukraine and two educational foreign trips (EU states, Israel, United Kingdom).
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