Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth

by NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION UNIVERSAL PEACE FEDERATION
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Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth
Peace School for 1000 Ukrainian youth

It is a well-known fact that during military conflicts much more civilians die than soldiers. The Universal Peace Federation in partnership with the "Skrizhali" charitable foundation and the Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University organized the training "Tactical paramedical aid for civilians". The organizers set the goal of the training to develop the skills of providing unqualified medical first aid. 17 people participated in the training and in 8 hours they mastered the basic skills of providing aid according to the MARCH protocol. Learned how to apply CAT tourniquets in 20 seconds, move the wounded and injured, apply hemostatic bandages. Mastered the technique of restoring the patency of the respiratory tract. The next step is to pass on knowledge and skills to the participants of the Peace School.

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On June 19, 2022, Alina F. held a conference on “Addiction”. It was not about the usual alcohol or drug addiction for us, but about social addiction. The addiction that each of us feels because we are a member of society:

— what do those around me think about me;

— will I be praised for a certain action?

— what position I occupy in this group of people.

13 people participated in the conference. Two participants were very active and asked questions even during the presentation.

In general, the speaker herself was active and clearly conveyed her opinion, so it was interesting to listen to her throughout the conference.

Participants had the opportunity to answer their questions about relationships.

Also, Diana K. gave a presentation on "Healthy Habits".

It was interesting to observe not only morning exercises, but also such small habits as washing hands, making the bed, and the habit of running.

During the presentation, Diana asked questions to participants. It activated the process and was interesting.

At the end of the presentation, there was an interesting slide with a call for a challenge – to opt out sugar for three days and share your impressions on your Instagram page, as well as to run and post the results for a week.

For the next three days, the participants who accepted the challenge of not consuming sugar shared how difficult and unusual it was. The conference turned out to be practical.

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On December 23, 2021, the New Year's lesson of the “Peace School” took place in the assembly hall of the specialized school 85. Lesson topic: “International law and globalization.” There were 35 participants in the class. The meeting was held in compliance with all norms of quarantine restrictions.

The lesson was opened by Vasyl K., Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, a mini-lecture on “International Law and Globalization.” After the mini-lecture, students from 85 schools divided all participants into two teams and held a debate on the topic: “What is more important is money or ideas.” Participants learned not to argue with each other, but to present arguments and ask questions to each other. After a short break, the teams congratulated each other on the holidays. Everyone received a small gift from the Unification Peace Federation. Unfortunately, due to quarantine restrictions, not all schools were able to join the meeting.

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On November 17, 2021, the Universal Peace Federation in Ukraine (UPF) held an interactive lesson "Peace School" in an online format on the ZOOM platform on the topic: "Challenges of the 21st century". It was attended by students and teachers from different cities of Ukraine. In total, there were more than 40 connections. At the meeting, participants shared the challenges and opportunities they see in the modern world and in their daily lives. The greatest challenge for today's youth is to challenge themselves. Therefore, participants were given homework to find something to challenge themselves, namely: to discipline themselves, exercise, learn, consult and think about others.
Homework
1. To strive for development: not to stick to old concepts (not to be "in the middle", not to wait when they say, not to expect changes only from the government, to be an example for others)
2. Constantly learn: search for people from whom you can learn, and especially people who are successful in spiritual development, family and intellectual. Do not be fooled
3. To be unchanging: to adhere to absolute moral values "No matter how the world changes - the essence of human life never changes", Eastern philosophy
4. Discipline: sports, exercise, go to bed early to rest - get up early. Online discipline: control yourself so that social networks do not become the meaning of life
5. Support the environment through your own example

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The first lesson of the “School of Peace” this school year took place on October 20, 2021, in the assembly hall of the specialized school 85 on the topic: “Acquaintance of the participants of the School of Peace and discussion of plans for joint projects”. The organizer and host of the meeting was Alexander R., a member of the Youth Federation of Peace. The event was attended by about 30 participants from schools in Kyiv.

At the beginning of the meeting, the main moments of the VIII Congress of Junior Ambassadors of Peace “The whole world is for peace” were mentioned. We got acquainted with the participants and discussed the project in groups. Everyone was free to write and express their suggestions from each group. A joint decision on the project will be made by the teachers and the organizing committee of the Universal Peace Federation after consideration of all proposals.

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NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION UNIVERSAL PEACE FEDERATION

Location: KYIV - Ukraine
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Project Leader:
Mykhailo Ilin
Head of the Board
KYIV, Kyiv Ukraine
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