We are EXTREMELY GRATEFUL for support of our initiative by reputable organisations. We are confident of our successful and fruitful cooperation, and hope TOGETHER we will bring more remarkable Ukrainian events to London!
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The Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain (AUGB) is the largest representative body for Ukrainians and those of Ukrainian descent in the UK. It exists to develop, promote and support the interests of the Ukrainian community in the UK.
Ukraine Charity was established in 2007 in London in order to raise funds for various charitable causes in Ukraine. The charity’s aim is to help the underprivileged in Ukraine by making grants of money to pay for items, services or facilities and by advancing education for the public benefit. The charity operates on a volunteer basis without overhead costs and we make sure the funds you raise or contribute are all channeled to the desired beneficiaries in Ukraine and their utilisation is controlled as tightly as possible.
London EuroMaidan is the Ukrainian community volunteering group who have been holding protests and campaigns in support of human rights and freedoms in Ukraine since November 2013. The group have been crowd-funding for none-lethal support for the Ukrainian army and victims of war in Ukraine.
European Frontier Foundation is a UK Registered Charity No 1160770 focused on humanitarian projects in Ukraine. The Foundation procures and delivers first aid kits and individual first aid kit items, supports Ukrainian hospitals and ambulance services treating the servicemen and civilian casualties of the war and acts of terrorism and contributes towards the cost of care for injured and disabled.
The Ukrainian Institute in London develops and promotes a greater awareness, understanding and knowledge of Ukrainian history, language, religion, current affairs, economy, literature and culture through educational, professional and networking activities. Located in Holland Park, the Institute is maintained and supported by the Society of St Sophia, a UK registered charity. The Ukrainian Institute is affiliated to the Ukrainian Catholic University, a dynamic and distinctive institution of higher education and research in Ukraine.
Platform Ukraine is a multidisciplinary attempt to analyse and better understand the Ukrainian crisis of 2014 by creating a unified resource and network of academics studying the post-socialist space. The project’s focus is on continuous discussion and the production of research, that will be shared via its website, social media presence and events. Ultimately, it will bring in a variety of disciplines to analyze, not only Ukrainian, but also post-socialist issues more broadly. Platform Ukraine is based at UCL School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies (SSEES),University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT.
Strategy Council have been developing a range of high-caliber industry forums, which attract thousands of key decision makers from governments and industry each year. Many events, including the Ukrainian Investment Roadshow, are now the established annual gatherings for industry players, which offer unrivaled insights into market trends and developments, investment opportunities, and commercial strategies for success.
Ukraine Aid supports people suffering from war in Ukraine, including the injured and wounded, internally displaced persons, orphaned children, the elderly and families who have lost their breadwinners. Our aim is to ensure that those who endured dispiriting life-changing experiences during the war are properly prepared, reintegrated and helped to live independent and fulfilled life.
United for Ukrainian Families helps individual families in Ukraine and in time hopes to encourage creative Ukrainian craft people and other businesses to develop and sell their products to a wider European audience.
Ukrainian Art Gallery is based in London but working across Britain and beyond. It specialises in contemporary and modern art in various artistic forms: painting, photography, graphics, and objects d’art. The Gallery supports a selection of the most influential artists who played a vital role in the development of the Ukrainian art scene over the last twenty years, and also discovers and gives long-term support to a new wave of artists with huge potential. The Ukrainian Art Gallery organizes and puts on exhibitions and art projects in galleries and fairs.
Ukrainian-British City Club. Building business bridges between UK and Ukraine.
Kyiv Post is Ukraine’s leading English-language newspaper. It has developed a sterling reputation for outstanding reporting, independent opinion and world-class journalism. It is produced by a team of Western and Ukrainian journalists. Launched in 1995, the newspaper’s circulation is 11,000 copies.
The Ukrainian Journal of Business Law has been published in English since 2003 on a monthly basis and covers both the most relevant issues regarding doing business in Ukraine and indicative international experience. The biggest deals, cases, legislative news, articles, interviews, reports and comments of recognized experts are available for your attention.
The journal’s readers include managers and lawyers of leading international and Ukrainian companies; visitors and employees of foreign embassies in Ukraine; representatives of international organizations and think tanks; members of leading business and law associations; participants of local and global conferences.
Angliya is the most popular Russian-language newspaper published in London with the weekly circulation of 25,000 copies. Online and print versions of the newspaper cover international and local news, updates on the expat communities’ cultural, academic, business and sports events.
Magazine about the Eastern Europe: people, places, and creativity. For reading when you are travelling, or when you are not. STORIES that help to understand places and people in local context. And stories that inspire. INTERVIEWS with people who travel, and who change the world around them. GUIDES for meaningful travel, to engage with places and to create real connections. OPPORTUNITIES for learning and creativity, to make your world richer.
Promote Ukraine is a Belgian non-profit organization that operates for the benefit of civil society of Ukraine. Its primary task is to promote Ukraine and Ukrainians to foreign audience. Thus it initiates and supports promotional events such as festivals, shows, concerts where the Ukrainian element is present. Moreover Promote Ukraine contributes into the development of the information society, we organize debates, round tables and conferences. We also provide media reviews and publish news over the events of Ukrainians abroad on our web-site. In order to achieve common goals Promote Ukraine connects to other Ukrainian organizations on the national level as well as to the Ukrainian communities abroad. Another goal of our organization is to help people in need in Ukraine, thus most of our events are organized with the charitable aims.
Celebrating 25 years experience in the printing industry, Prints Regent is proud to support Ukrainian Events in London. In addition to their printing and graphic design services, they can also help your business with website design and hosting, domain registration, and a variety of personalised marketing items, such as clothing, umbrellas, mugs and other giveaways. Assisting start-ups and established businesses to stand out from the crowd.
Netrocket LLC is an Internet marketing agency based in Ukraine. Company develops innovative online content and e-commerce projects in Ukraine and English speaking countries. Experienced team provides a wide range of services including: SEO (search engine optimisation), PPC (pay per click advertising), CM (content marketing).