In the framework of the campaign "16 Days Against Gender Violence", the School of Equal Opportunities initiated a Peace Day at the Specialized School № 187 in Kyiv. The administration of this school conducts a large educational and peacekeeping activity with students: the children write letters to ATO soldiers, make vaults, drawings, collect books and things, make sweets, etc.
2016-05-12 18:37:00

In the framework of the campaign "16 Days Against Gender Violence", the School of Equal Opportunities initiated a Peace Day at the Specialized School № 187 in Kyiv. The administration of this school conducts a large educational and peacekeeping activity with students: the children write letters to ATO soldiers, make vaults, drawings, collect books and things, make sweets, etc.

As a sign of gratitude, the fighters transferred to the school the flag of Ukraine from the advanced. Soldiers ATO - regular and expected guests of the school, come to all celebrations and just meet with students, so that students know what is happening in the east.

More than 120 boys and girls took part in the art flash mob "NO! War ", creating a 40-meter panel of children's drawings. The holiday was opened by Ambassador Mira, deputy editor-in-chief of the publishing house "Family Affairs" Lyudmila Grabovenko. She made a commitment to take this cloth to the front, where it will be a guard for our soldiers.
Senior students were invited to a dialogue forum-theater methodology. The play "Their Life changed war", proposed for discussion and finding a way out of a crisis situation, is very emotional and acute. It forces those present to feel the "breath" of the war in peaceful Kyiv and to reflect on the tragedies that our citizens often encounter in the Donbass. They are now called Internally Displaced Persons (VPO), they live next to us and need our warmth and understanding. She was nominated by the students of the theatrical faculty Mykola Bilkovsky and Volodymyr Kulyak, Katia Pogrebnyak, a girl from Donetsk, plays the main role. The role of a joker is also performed by the representative of the VPO Irina Vorotnikova. The actors are 9th-grade students: Olga Dron, Mikhail Gavrilov, Maria Kopyshynska, Nikolai Kozhechenkov, Denis Gorobets, Sergei Pilkevia, Andriy Viktororuk, Daria Beketova and Oleksandr Shvets - participated in the discussion and offered their variants of the main character's behavior. Despite the fact that the main heroine - a girl, the guys came out on the substitutes and actively offered their decisions.

The event took place within the framework of the "Resolution 1325 as an Instrument for the Promotion of Equity, Justice, Peace", which is being implemented with the support of the Ukrainian Women's Foundation.


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