This Sunday, June 10, the seventh recruitment of the Open University of Reforms, a joint project of the Centre for Democracy and Rule of Law and the Reanimation Package of Reforms, took place.
“Strong and free” – that was the motto of the current participants in the OUR. The educational project gathered 38 young and motivated people who are ready to join the reform of the country. During the three months of training, they spent together 11 working Saturdays and attended 22 events on weekdays. 85 hours or more than three days the OUReres spent in the office of the RPR. The program included lectures, trainings, communication with leading experts and experts of the RPR, representatives of the government and international organizations.
The participants of the seventh recruitment devoted more time to the internship, because OUReres spent more than 100 hours of practice in reforming teams and the most effective public organizations.
The graduation party was attended by coordinators of the previous recruitments of the OUR – Ivan Omelian, Viktor Artemenko and Mykhailo Zhernakov. They congratulated the audience with the release and wished to find themselves, to understand the trajectory of movement to their own goals and to go fo it.
Ihor Konopka, acting coordinator of the Open University of Reforms, wished the OURers to perceive themselves, to remain themselves, not to be silent, to take risks, and most importantly – to be friends and not lose each other.