To the attention of scholars, researchers, public and political figures, teachers, students and post-graduates of departments of social work, social pedagogics, sociology, psychology, workers of establishments and organization of social sphere!
Ukrainian education program of market reforms and Winrock International announce the publication of the new manual ‘Public relations for civil (non-government) organizations. Pieces of advice for every day.
13.12.01 | Leonid Kluevskiy, the coordinator of chemical programs of Ecological and Cultural Center ‘Bakhmat
Kluevskiy, the coordinator of chemical programs of Ecological and Cultural Center ‘Bakhmat). Chemical weapons were tested and stored (and forgotten) in Ukraine in the 30s and 40s. Now it pollutes the environment.
13.12.01 | Mykola Korobko, Kryvoy Rog
The judge was obviously biased, but could not find arguments in favor of the needed decision. So, after a long court session, she used a quibble, which she could use even before the trial.
Mayor of Cherkassy Volodymir Oliynyk, a former judge, intends to become a public advocate in the case of Oleksandr Nikulin, the mayor of Kirovograd.
13.12.01 | Mykola Vladzimirskiy
On 31 August representatives of Sevastopol political parties and public organizations created a public committee to protest against the erection of Stalins monument in the city.
13.12.01 | Igor Stoliarov, Odessa
loud explosion occurred in the town of Novoarkhangelsk of the Kirovograd oblast. The charge exploded in the yard of the house of Oleksandr Stepanov, the head of the Novoarkhangelsk district organization of the Ukrainian Republican Party.
13.12.01 | Igor Stoliarov
A Nikolayev newspaper is published in Ukrainian in the region, where the Russian language dominates. That is why the paper is badly sold and needs financial support from the government. Yet, the newspaper is oppositional.
(Ukrainian service of the radio station ‘Deutche welle).
13.12.01 | Viktor Beloded, Yuzhnoukrainsk
At first the author discusses the difficulties of Ukraine in a quite materialistic manner. For example, he remarks that Ukraine inherited from the USSR heavy industry, which consuming too much energy. On the other hand, Ukraine has a deficit of energy carriers. Hence, a real difficulty. In the second part of the article the author uses religious argumentation and advises politicians to ask Gods assistance in the administrative affairs (in particular, he wants a chapel to be built in the Parliament).
13.12.01 | Viktor Dzereviago, Kharkov
The authors meditations about the passivity of Ukrainian people during ten years of independence. Some anti-democratic tricks of the authorities are described, which went not punished, not criticized and often not noticed.
13.12.01 | Eugene Zakharov, Kharkov
The article contains interesting details of how the authorities of Kharkov and people in the street reacted to the putsch. In particular, some details are given about how communists were driven from their headquarters.
13.12.01 | Inna Sukhorukova, Kharkov
‘The general used a chain of obscenities in the language of the foreign country, which is a perpetual enemy of the independence of Ukraine. This a best definition of the Russian language spoken as native by the majority of Ukrainian citizens.