Have you experienced corruption? (The answer is yes, because we all have!) In this week's WE@AH speaking club, our theme is how we can respond to corruption and sharing how corruption has affected our lives (and how we can overcome those negative effects). Our special guests SACCI (Support to Anti-Corruption Champion Insitutions) are joining us to share their knowledge and experience with shutting down corruption.
Visitors to the event will also have a chance to explore and participate in the exhibit “Ukraine without Corruption,” a continuation of the dialogue that began with the Corruption Park - an interactive project created by the European Union Anti-Corruption Initiative (EUACI), which is financed by EU and co-financed and implemented by DANIDA. Through a joint effort between America House and the EUACI, the project now continues at America House Kyiv, this time with the addition of youth voices. The exhibit includes digital stories of personal experiences overcoming corruption created by alumni of the U.S. Department of State’s FLEX Program.
Learn more about the exhibit here.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
Жінка може бути ніжною, наполегливою, сентиментальною чи незламною, адже в неї є на це право. Право бути собою та мати рівні можливості з іншими не залежно від статі. Право бути ким хоче, отримувати гідну зарплатню, приймати рішення, бути рівноправною частиною суспільства.
Фотовиставка "Донбас: Чорне Золото" Сергія Коровайного, створена у партнерстві із Радіо Свобода та New Cave Media, розповідає про будні шахти "Південнодонбаська 1", що знаходиться біля міста Вугледар, Донецької області.
“Не люди створюють подорожі, а подорожі створюють людей”, — писав улюблений письменник всіх американців та подорожувальників Джон Стайнбек. Марія Шарлай, авторка виставки "#USAщоденник" зрозуміла цей вислів лише після двох подорожей Америкою. Книжки Стейнбека навчили її слухати та помічати інсайти, а Америка стала для неї країною відкриттів, які вона відтворила у скетчах.
Join us for the public talk by Elif Batuman, American author, journalist and academic. Elif Batuman has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 2010. From 2010 to 2013 she lived in Istanbul, Turkey, where she was a writer-in-residence at Koç University.
No way! You must be kidding! It will be our 200th WE@America House! Of course we’ll be celebrating this occasion. We'll have several guests from the United States here to treat you to a variety of English language games and activities.
Let’s talk about efficient resume/CV building techniques for admissions purposes. If you are aiming to get admitted to a school of your choice, your task will be to market yourself effectively. Alena Savitskaya, Student Outreach Associate for Minerva Schools at KGI, will give expert advice about creating the perfect resume.
Together with Stuart Milk, we will be screening and discussing episodes from the iconic film “Milk”, an American biographical film based on the life of Stuart Milk’s uncle, Harvey Milk, a gay rights activist and politician who was the first openly gay person to elected to public office in California.
Nowadays many quote him and are inspired by his wisdom. Eric C. Petersen is one of them. For ten years he was studying Jefferson’s reports, speeches and letters that resulted in Light and Liberty - the book of inspiration that Thomas Jefferson never wrote, although every word here is his.
Come to meet our special honorary guest - Stuart Milk, an international human rights activist, LGBT rights speaker, government relations consultant, and youth advocate. He is the co-founder and board president of the all volunteer Harvey Milk Foundation.
Do you have a university degree in a language-related field and/or little experience in translation? Are you tired of only learning theory? We bet that you are ready to practice and unlock your full potential. So leave your cozy bookworm nest and conquer this world with your translator's talent!