Ernst&Young Ukraine has announced the start of a new season of its educational program entitled “EY University.” The main aim of the program is to create simulated working conditions for Ukrainian students in which they can get exclusive practical knowledge, take part in discussions on professional trends with EY experts and receive advice on career promotion. Continue reading
During the new school year, students in Crime will be able to participate in lessons on electrical safety being conducted and provided by representatives of DTEK Krymenergo. The company has already developed and agreed with local authorities a plan and schedule for such lessons for kindergartens and schools for the 2013–2014 educational year. More than 1,000 lessons will be conducted during the year, with Krymenergo having prepared magazines, game and educational video related to electrical safety. More information on this program (in Ukrainian) can be found here.
On September 19, a specialized seminar entitled “Multipurpose Design: Advantages for business” will be conducted in Kyiv for lbusiness. Multipurpose design means the creation of tools, an entourage, programs and services with no need for their future adaptation by some categories of people. During the seminar participants will received answers to questions such as how to integrate principles of multipurpose design into CSR strategy, how this design will help increase transparency and the attractiveness of their business, and how to produce products and provide services that can be used by a wider audience.
Ernst & Young Ukraine has released its corporate responsibility report for Ukraine, illustrating the results of the company’s performance in the economic, social and environmental spheres. Ernst & Young’s corporate responsibility includes building strong relationships with all stakeholders (internal and external) and care for the environment. Key program areas are covered in the four relevant sections of the report: Workplace, Marketplace, the Environment and Community. To download the report (in Ukrainian), please click here.
Telecommunications company Kyivstar has organized special interactive lessons for children in different summer camps as a part of its nationwide social project entitled “Child Safety on the Internet”. During these interactive games, organizers provide children with information about the advantages of using the internet, online treats, rules of safe web surfing and modern tools for using the web via computer or mobile phone. More than 100 children from the Artek, Moloda Gvardia and Chayka camps participated in these lessons. More (in Ukrainian) can be found here.
DTEK has recently announced the launch of a new social program to support job creation across Ukraine. The program is a part of the social development and CSR activities of the company. Continue reading
In July, integrated industrial holding company DTEK awarded the first winners of its mini-grants contest, which is part of the company’s “City by our hands” project. Funds have now been awarded for the implementation of winning social initiatives in Zelenodolsk, Enerhodar and Rovenky. Continue reading
On July 22, MTS Company and the Veliki.ua opened the first charitable bike-sharing points in Ukraine, which are located in Lviv. All funds collected from these initial four sharing points will be donated to the “Dzherelo” (“spring”) Educational and Rehabilitation Center. To rent a bike, send an sms (it’s free) to 2510. This service is available only for MTS subscribers. More information on this service (in Ukrainian) can be found here.
The Center for Collaboration between Business and Society and the Schwery Consulting company will conduct an official training seminar on GRI G3/3.1, an international system of nonfinancial reporting, in Kyiv this September. Continue reading
Last week, Ukrainian telecommunications provider Kyivstar and the Kharkiv Rehabilitation Center for people with disabilities and their families the “Right to Choose” launched the rehabilitation and entertainment complex called “Joy of Movement.” Continue reading