Final Conference of the ERegPol project “Regional Policy of Europe and Threats in the Security Sphere” (14.06.2022, online)
On 14 June, 2022, the National Erasmus+ office – Ukraine (EU funded project) participated in the Final Conference of the ERegPol project “Regional Policy of Europe and Threats in the Security Sphere”, which was held at the Western Ukrainian National University, Ternopil (online).
The event was organized within the implementation of the Jean Monnet Module 612067-EPP-1-2019-1-UA-EPPJMO-MODULE “European Regional Policy: Balance of Local, National and Pan-European Interests” (ERegPol).
The event was attended by more than 80 participants from various European countries and regions of Ukraine. In his welcoming speech, rector of WUNU Andrii KRYSOVATY payed attention to the importance of security aspects of modern national and regional policies.
Petro KRAINIK, an expert in the field of Jean Monnet of the National Erasmus+ office – Ukraine, outlined the peculiarities of the implementation of Jean Monnet projects in the conditions of Russia’s war against Ukraine.
ERegPol project manager Ihor LYSHYNSKY summarized the results of the project’s implementation, noting that during the period of its implementation, 161 master’s students were recruited to study on the study course; 133 civil servants and employees of local self-government bodies completed advanced training courses; published scientific and didactic materials; 3 round tables and a final conference were organized.
Reports on the topics of regional security were presented by experts from the University of Western Macedonia (Greece), Lodz University (Poland), OMNIS Religio Vorstandt (Germany), Mariupol State University, Simon Kuznets Kharkiv National University of Economics. Representatives of Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University, V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, State University of Trade and Economics, Zaporizhia National University, and Lviv Polytechnic National University shared their experience in implementing Jean Monnet’s own projects.