All-Ukraine Euromaidan Forum

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Recent updates: program of meetings, a list of delegations, a list of Forum observers and a map illustrating where delegates and observers come from.

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All-Ukraine Euromaidan Forum -- Kharkiv, Ukraine - 11-12 January 2014

All-Ukraine Euromaidan Forum — Kharkiv, Ukraine — 11-12 January 2014

This is the official English language page of the first All-Ukraine Euromaidan Forum. For the official page in Ukrainian, click here.

Official YouTube Channel

Maidan Monitoring — watch the opening session live

Forum Dates

11-12 January 2014

Forum Venue

Kharkiv, Ukraine — We will select our venue based on the number of registered delegates and observers. The site of the Forum will be communicated directly to registered participants.

Agenda

The following agenda for the first All-Ukraine Euromaidan Forum was set in the resolution that was passed at the All-Ukraine Euromaidan Conference in Kyiv on 27 December 2013.

  1. Action plan for establishing a responsible democracy in Ukraine
  2. Coordination and communication methodology for all Euromaidans
  3. Security measures and legal protection for Euromaidans
  4. Financial support for Euromaidan operations
  5. Intellectual and artistic collaboration among Euromaidan participants
  6. Information policy coordination and unification
  7. Civic education at Euromaidans
  8. Miscellaneous

Program

11 January 2014

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM — arrivals & registration

  • Check in with the organizers
  • Pick up your badges and forum hand-outs

12:30 PM – 2:00 PM — plenary session (proceedings broadcast live on YouTube)

  • Introduction
  • Short greetings by each Euromaidan delegation (see below for a list of delegations)
  • Brief remarks by several guests

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM — lunch

3:00 PM – 7:00 PM — break-out into seven work groups

  • One work group for each agenda item (see Agenda above)

7:30 PM — Optional evening activities

  • Walk over to the Kharkiv EuroMaidan gathering site near the Taras Shevchenko monument
  • Free unofficial  discussions in groups

12 January 2014

9:00 AM – 12:30 PM — final plenary session

1:00 PM — Visit to the Kharkiv EuroMaidan site near the Taras Shevchenko monument

  • Official closing of the Forum
  • Follow-on unofficial group activities

The Kyiv Resolution Calling for the Forum

On December 27, 2013, the All-Ukraine Euromaidan Conference in Kyiv set the above agenda for further discussions and appealed to all local Euromaidans to “actively participate in preparations for the Forum and to delegate their most competent and experienced representatives so that many local Maidans are transformed into one coordinated, effective and victorious force.”

To learn more about the purpose of the Forum, the method for electing delegates and how delegates will communicate, follow the links below to read the full text of the Resolution. It is available in several languages.

Euromaidan Delegates

Elected Euromaidan delegates have voting rights at the Forum.

Below is a list of delegations, listed alphabetically by city. You can watch video recordings of meetings at which delegates were nominated and elected.

(We are looking for volunteers who could transcribe and translate the recordings of delegate elections. If you can help, please write to marcin@zmudzki.net — Thanks!)

Berdyans’k Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Berezhany Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Chernihiv Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Chernivtsi Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Dniprodzerzhyns’k Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Dnipropetrovs’k Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Dolyna Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Donets’k Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Drohobych Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Irshava Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Kalush Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Kharkiv Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here
  • English language transcript of the election is here

Kramators’k Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Kremenchuk Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Kryvyj Rih Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Kyiv Maidan Civic Council Delegation

  •  Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Kyiv Maidan Civic Sector Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Luhansk Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Mykolayiv Delegation (Mykolayiv Oblast)

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Mykolayiv Delegation (Lviv Oblast)

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Odessa Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Poltava Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Simferopil Delegation (Crimea)

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Stryj Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Ternopil Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Uzhhorod Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Vinnytsya Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Zalishchyky Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Zaporizhzhya Delegation

  • Election in the Ukrainian language is shown here

Forum Observers

Confirmed Observers

Registration Deadline

2:00 AM on 9 January 2014

Who Can Be an Observer? Who Approves Observers and How?

Any person can apply to participate in the All-Ukraine Euromaidan Forum as an observer. All observer applications are subject to approval by the Forum Organizing Committee. Your application will be evaluated based on completeness of your responses in the registration form, the substance of your proposals and your resume, affiliations or credentials.

What Can Observers Do?

Observers, including international observers, may propose topics or activities for working groups. Observers may address the Forum and participate in working group discussions. Observers may not participate in any elections or vote on any rules or resolutions of the Forum.

By submitting your application for forum observer status, you agree to specific means of communication that will be provided by the Forum Organizing Committee — e.g., Google Groups.

Who Covers Observers’ Expenses?

Travel expenses such as round-trip tickets to Kharkiv, local transportation in Kharkiv and accommodation, meals and incidentals in Kharkiv are to be financed exclusively by the observers themselves or by their respective organizations. The Forum Organizing Committee appreciates the observers’ participation and support, but does not cover the observers’ expenses. The Forum Organizing Committee can facilitate finding accommodations for you and advise you on where the best food places are.

Forum Observer Registration Form

Please fill out and submit this form to register for the Forum as an international observer.

Forum Contact Information

If you are an elected Euromaidan delegate, please refer to the Ukrainian language version of this page for Forum contact persons assigned to your city. See below for other contacts:

  • Head of the Forum Organizing Committee Information Service in Kharkiv: Natalka Zubar — email: panimaidan@gmail.com (Please send your phone number to Natalka Zubar via email if you want to be contacted by phone.)
  • Kyiv Contact Phone Number: +380 (44) 281-24-71
  • English Language Press Contact Person in the United States: Marcin Żmudzki — website — email: marcin@zmudzki.net — mobile: +1 (202) 421 6172 — Skype: marcinzmudzki

Map of Registered Forum Participants

Color Codes for the Map Below

  • Yellow — Only observers (non-voting participants) are coming to the Forum from this city.
  • Green — Only elected Euromaidan delegates (voting participants) are coming to the Forum from this city.
  • Red — Both observers (non-voting participants) and elected Euromaidan delegates (voting participants) are coming to the Forum from this city.

Scroll up and down while hovering your mouse pointer over the map to zoom out and zoom in.

Click on a marker for a given city to see the name of the city, number of observers, number of elected Euromaidan delegates and an address (URL) of a video recording where you can watch the election of delegates from a given city.