Within the framework of the 6th Ecumenical Social Week, a roundtable entitled “Initiative Within the Community as a Factor of Considering Diversity and Respect in the Establishment of Civil Society” was held in Lviv on October 3. The event was attended by academics and everyone interested in the current state of social and political institutions of various levels in Ukraine, particularly in Lviv.

Their thoughts of those present shared Dr. Nina Hayduk, head of the section of Social Work, Assoc. Prof. of the Department of Sociology and Social Work, the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences at Lviv Polytechnic University, Dr Liliya Klos, curator of the socio-medical component of social work training, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Assoc. Prof. of the Department of Sociology and Social Work, the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences at Lviv Polytechnic University, Oksana Vynyarska, Pedagogical Director of MPSS of the Institute of Ecumenical Studies, Ukrainian Catholic University, Svitlana Belyaeva, supervisor of social projects and programs, chief psychologist and co-founder of the NGO “West-Ukrainian Center “Women’s Prospects.”

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Nina Hayduk spoke about the international project of Lviv Polytechnic University and the University of Manitoba (Winnipeg ) on the training programs of social workers as a striking example of initiatives within the community: “This initiative was aimed at developing civil society and reforming social services in Ukraine through the development of education in social work, social support services, based on the community, including a special emphasis on organizations for people with disabilities, and the development of partnerships between universities and institutions of social life.”