The project participants have collected more that a thousand books for schoolchildren.
A new informal Ukrainian speaking club was opened in Ukrainian Leadership Academy Kharkiv.
The monument to the rector of the Kharkiv University in 1841–1849 Petro Hulak-Artemovsky was opened in Shevchenko Gardens.
An extraordinary art book “Ukrainian Minstrels” was presented in Kharkiv.
AKCenter volunteers collect gifts for children living near the frontline.
Magda Grudzińska, the theater curator from Poland, discussed with Kharkiv art community new ways of collaboration between theater and civil society.
Several events mark Dmytro Bahaliy's 160th anniversary this week.
German Weeks will be quite eventful.
On November 5, the National Drytooling Festival 2017 started the new ice climbing season in the Vertical climbing center.
Today a new Ukrainian speaking club is launched in Kharkiv to celebrate the Day of Ukrainian Writing and Language.
The winners of Dytiatko Children's TV Festival attend the World Forum for Democracy.
The National Forum on children's inclusion “Learning to live together” will take place in Kharkiv on November 16.
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