Transparency, accessibility, communication: how online education boosts social development

Photo: Andriy Krepkikh / UNDP

1. Providing access to quality education anywhere anytime

“Conflict of interest and functioning of the e-declaration register are very complex and tricky topics. That is why, they should be studied from the theoretical and practical point of view,” notes co-founder of the Prometheus online platform Viktoria Prymachenko.

Photo: Andriy Krepkikh / UNDP

2. Improving formal education practices in Ukraine

“The purpose of our scenarios for the anti-corruption lesson is to show that corruption takes place not only in offices of high-ranking officials but also in everyday life, and in all cases leads to tragic consequences,” says EdEra Executive Director Illia Filippov.

Photo: Andriy Krepkikh / UNDP

3. Becoming an important channel for communication with young people

“In the course, we wanted to tell how not to be deceived and how to recognize the manipulation of politicians. Therefore, we explain what the state is, who are politicians, what political parties do and what power the voters have,” explains Oleksandra Kuziva, Campaign Coordinator at Chesno.

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