New perspectives of “Future School for Ukraine” at Ukraine Green Recovery Conference

New perspectives of “Future School for Ukraine” at Ukraine Green Recovery Conference

Central Project Management Agency (CPVA) together with the Architects Association of Lithuania (AAL) presented its flagship initiative “Future School for Ukraine“ at the four-day conference in Vilnius hosted by the European Commission. With the motto “greening Ukraine’s recovery” the conference was about remedying the dreadful damage of war setting Ukraine on a new path of environmental and social sustainability.

The first day was opened by the President of Lithuania, Gitanas Nausėda following welcoming messages by the Minister of Environmental Protection of Ukraine and the Minister of Environment of Lithuania.

At the New European Bauhaus (NEB) panel, Artūras Žarnovskis (CPVA) and Ruta Leitanaite (AA L) presented Lithuania’s vision of education’s restoration. The mission to restore Ukraine’s education goes beyond boardroom plans, waiting for tranquil times. It’s a pressing need of thousands of children left without their right to learn. The message resonated to many participants sparkling question-answers sessions, as well as new appointments and networking. The project goes hand in hand with the principles and values of the New European Bauhaus. NEB provides a framework aligned with EU policies and connects sustainability, social inclusion, and cultural challenges well recognized by the Ukrainian and Lithuanian partners. Therefore, it is foreseen close cooperation with NEB LAB and the possible establishment of new NEB LAB activities layered around achieving tangible transformation in Ukraine’s rebuilding.

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