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Відкрита вакансія асистента міжнародних проектів

Громадська організація “Інститут Суспільних Ініціатив” (м. Львів) запрошує до своєї команди особу на посаду асистента міжнародних проектів.


  • Допомога проектному менеджеру при підготовці та реалізації міжнародних проектів;
  • Моніторинг грантових заявок та термінів подачі, наповненя календаря грантів та проектів;
  • Збір інформації (статистика, дослідження, і т.д.) для грантових заявок
  • Промоція волотнерства та інших міжнародних можливостей для молоді (допомога по створенню підбірок, ньюзлетерів, постів в соц мережах);
  • Наповнення англомовної версії сайту;
  • Допомога  в координації  European Solidarity Corps;

Вимоги до кандидатів:

  • ініціативність;
  • володіння англійською мовою на рівні не менше upper-intermediate;
  • вміння дотримуватись дедлайнів;
  • здатність планувати та визначати пріоритети у роботі;
  • вміння працювати як самостійно, так і в команді;
  • розуміння сфери неформальної освіти;
  • вітається розуміння специфіки громадської діяльності;
  • вітається досвід участі в міжнародних проектах (Erasmus+, EVS, або аналогічні)

Що ми пропонуємо:

  • молода та ініціативна команда;
  • платформа для реалізації власних проектів та ідей;
  • можливість розвитку та самореалізації (участь в тренінгах, поїздках, конференціях як в Україні, так і закордоном);
  • вакансія оплачувана. Розмір оплати та конкретні умови залежать від досвіду кандидата.

Якщо це про тебе, якщо ти ознайомився(лась) з діяльністю нашої організації та вона тобі цікава, подай свою кандидатуру на посаду проектного асистента міжнародних проектів. Ми чекаємо на Тебе!

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Final Thoughts

“And once the storm is over, you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm, you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.”  – Murakami


When something comes to an end, we often struggle to find the meaning of what has just happened. Precisely, how we got into it, what was our motivation and expectations, which challenges we had to face and where they have led us. And most and foremost, how much pain and joy at the same time this experience has brought to our hearts and why.

So for me, this time spent in Ukraine was like getting pregnant without searching for it. It happened, and it meant to me a lot of struggle and acceptance. Of myself and the things I was not be able to change. Despite all of my efforts.

During this long journey, I have met on my way a bunch of diverse people. Sometimes extremely deep and thoughtful, sometimes completely crazy, sometimes rude and arrogant, sometimes cold and distant, sometimes simply lovely and caring.

And this is precisely what this journey has meant to me. People.

As all the persons we encounter on our life path do often represent a mirror, when we look into and discover more about ourselves. And I have seen myself in so many different ways through their eyes. I have realized my limitations. And starting from there, I have learnt how to rely on my strengths and appreciate my inner beauty.

Confronting with a foreign and extremely different culture, has been for me a precious gift and opportunity to reborn again. I have much more clear what are my goals, what I really like about people, what it is my purpose and how I can achieve it. I can say for sure I am not the same person who arrived at Sykhiv on a silent and freezing morning. In the middle of a winter storm.


And this is precisely what our journey and in particular my journey has been all about.



Call for participants for Civil Society Fellowship Program

Society Initiatives Insitute announces the selection of the candidates for the participation in the Civil Society Fellowship Program, which are impemented by 7 civil society organizations in the frames of the EU-funded project “Everyone Matters! Development of Inclusive and Participatory Youth Work Practices in Eastern Partnership countries”.

Civil Society Fellowships are designed to enrol young people from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine in a week-long Fellowship in EU-based civil society organizations based in Germany, Belgium and Sweden. The Fellowship aims at empowering Young leaders in Eastern Partnership countries and their hosting organizations by giving an opportunity of knowledge and culture exchange. The fellows have a unique chance to get engaged in organizations and local communities in the EU countries, support their daily operations, learn new working practices, gain experience and develop leadership skills. As a result of the Fellowship, fellows will experience work in an EU-based civil society organization, develop network, exchange culture and learn about the context where the organizations operate in.

In order to be eligible for a Fellowship the applicant must:
1. be a national and/or a resident of one of the Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine);
2. be between 18 and 35 years old;
3. have a proven track record of (a) working in a civil society organisation or (b) taking a leading role in his/her community by advancing issues related to young people, youth participation, youth inclusion or youth development in one form or another;
4. fluent in English;
5. assume responsibility and show commitment if selected.
This Fellowship is designed for young civil society activists/ junior professionals from Armenia, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine who are affiliated with a civil society organisation in these countries or have significant experience volunteering or seeking to address problems in the lives of their communities.

Fellowship scheme should allow young professionals to travel to another country, be hosted by local NGO’s, to learn about their practices, get more inspire, improve their skills and enrich the CV.

Hosting organisations:

Fellowship Location: Brussels
Dates of Fellowship: 24 April – 01 MAY, 2019 

AEGEE (Association des États Généraux des Étudiants de l’Europe) is one of Europe’s biggest interdisciplinary student organisations. As a nongovernmental, politically independent, and non-profit organisation AEGEE
is open to students and young people from all faculties and disciplines. Since its foundation in 195 in Paris, AEGEE puts the idea of a unified Europe into practice by operating without a national level, bringing a network of 13000 friends together from, 200 cities in 40 countries, directly in touch with each other via cultural exchanges, non-formal educational opportunities.


Fellowship Location: Berlin
Dates of Fellowship: 12 – 19 MAY, 2019  or 19 – 26 MAY, 2019 

TeachSurfing developed an online “TeachSurfing” platform which currently enables people to share knowledge and culture with local communities in 47 countries. Travellers, refugees, and locals who would like to share their knowledge voluntarily are called TeachSurfers. They indicate their skills over the platform. Schools, universities, youth clubs as well as non-profit organisations working with refugees, migrants, and marginalized youth are called TeachSurfing Hosts. They indicate their learning needs. Both sides can find and contact each other, organize knowledge-sharing workshops.


The Fellowships should be organized by hosting organizations, taking into account the following structure:

  • 5 working days + 2 days for arrival and departure
  • At least 2 in-house days (office based). The goal of this 2 days is to learn about the organization´s work, sharing their practices and getting inspiration from the colleagues. The hosting organization can ask Fellows for operational support or any organizational support needed.
  • At least 1 workshop delivered by Fellows in the hosting community (local NGO, school, university, community centre, etc.) The goal is to get to know locals and contribute to the development of the local community. The information about the hosting community and the target group should be communicated to the Fellows at least 2 weeks before the start of their Fellowship.
  • 2 Fellow needs based days: Organizing study and cultural visits for Fellows, helping them to attend events based on fellows needs and interests.


All the travel costs of the participants within the maximum limit per country (275 EUR for Ukraine) will be refunded to Fellows. Reimbursement will be done in EUR, regardless of the currency indicated on the ticket and receipt/invoice.

Domestic travel of the Fellows will be fully covered. Hosting organizations will provide the Fellows
with a weekly transportation card.

Visa costs of the Fellows will be fully covered by Armenian Progressive Youth NGO upon the receipt of
the scanned visa and the payment receipt provided by the respective EU Member State Embassy.

Accomodation will be covered by the program. Breakfast will be included in the price of accommodation. Fellows will have their breakfast in the Hotel where they will stay. Fellows will also receive daily food allowance to cover their meals. The allowance is calculated as following:
Belgium – 25 EUR per day x 7 days = 175 EUR
Germany – 18 EUR per day x 7 days = 126 EUR

The project is implemented with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.


Please fill in the application form by the 7th of March 2019.

We will contact only selected candidates latest by 11th of Marh 2019.

In case of any questions please contact project coordinator Anna via

Набір учасників на міжнародний молодіжний обмін

Інститут Суспільних Ініціатив оголошує набір учасників на міжнародний молодіжний обмін GEM – Promoting Gender Equality in and through Media, що відбудеться 1-10 квітня у Карпатському селищі Славське (Львівська область). Мова проекту – англійська. Проект здійснюється за підтримки Erasmus+.

This project is for you, if:

  • you are 18-30 years old;
  • you are citizen of Ukraine;
  • you have at least the intermediate level of English;
  • you are interested in the topic of gender equality;
  • you would like to improve your meida skills (photography and videomaking ), and discover more about the role of media in human rights’ advocacy.

About the project:

GEM (Gender Equality in and through Media) is a Youth Exchange that aims at giving opportunity to young people to increase awareness on gender equality issues and to support them in playing an active role in gender mainstreaming in social media. Throughout the exchange, young participants will embrace diverse  gender identities and investigate conditions that symbolize an equitable society. The project positively promotes an inclusive media culture and intends to inspire young people to think critically about gender roles as seen and portrayed in social and mass media. As the result of the project participants will create short videos for a social media campaign.

Project goals:

  • to give a deeper understanding of the concept of gender equality;
  • to support and improve competences of young people, such as digital, social and civic competence, sense of initiative and entrepreneurship, cultural awareness and expression by providing them with practical skills in visual media approaches (videomaking and photography);
  • to enhance the awareness about the importance of gendered media and societies;
  • to foster young people media literacy and critical thinking skills;
  • to examine existing cases and analyze approaches on how to address gender mainstreaming and gender culture in the media;
  • encourage youth to play a key role as media advocates and cultivate a media world free of gender discrimination;
  • to increase awareness of Erasmus + and EU values and promote youth mobility in the framework of European programmes.

Participating countries: 

Armenia, Belarus, Cyprus, Georgia, Greece, Italy, Spain, UK, Ukraine


Organisers cover accomodation, food and travel expences. Participants’ contribution – 30 Eur to be paid upon arrival to the venue.

How to apply:

please fill in the application form Gender Equality in and through Media by  28 of February 2019.

We will contact only selected candidates latest by 4th of Marh 2019.

In case of any questions please contact project coordinator Anna via


Волонтерський Хаб в пошуку асистентів!

Наш проект Волонтерський ХАБ Інституту Суспільних Ініціатив стрімко розвивається!
Приємно спостерігати, що так багато бажаючих зробити волонтерство – частиною свого життя!
Наша мрія – щоб кожен львів’янин хоча б 1 день в місяць приділяв волонтерству! Погодьтеся, це не складно, а результати не заставлять себе чекати!
Саме тому ми починаємо пошуки супер-героїв, асистентів Волонтерського Хабу, які разом з нами будуть творити добро та сіяти дух волонтерства!

Отже, якщо волонтерство, це те, без чого не уявляєш свого життя, і Тобі вже виповнилось 19 років, відповідальність та креатив – це про Тебе, заповнюй реєстраційну форму , і вже зовсім скоро ми зв’яжемось з тобою!
Кінцевий термін подачі кандидатури -24.02.2019 о 23:59

ГО Інститут Суспільних Ініціатив та ліцей “Інтелект” розпочали роботу над стратегією розвитку.

12 січня 2019 року в приміщенні львівського ліцею “Інтелект” робоча група, яка складалась з  представників ГО Інститут Суспільних Ініціатив, учнів, батьків та вчителів ліцею провела перше засідання по написанню стратегії розвитку.

Обговорювались сильні і слабкі сторони ліцею, та напрямок розвитку. Всі сторони погодились, що неформальна освіта – є невід’ємною частиною навчального процесу.  Вже зовсім скоро ще один навчальний заклад Львова отримає стратегію, яка міститиме цілі та проекти, що будуть спрямовані на розвиток школи на довгостроковий період.