Date: 24 Aug 2013, 6PM
Venue:: 11 Norham Gardens, Oxford, OX2 6PS
We celebrated the 22 years of Ukraine's independence with traditional Ukrainian food and more modern additions.
It was a reunion for those staying in Oxford in summertime.
Date and time: Sat, 8 June, 3-00PM
Venue: Back quod, St Cross College, OX1 3LZ
Price: £2 members, £4 non-members.
Entry open to anyone.
Essay crisis? Exam fatigue? Or you just want to celebrate the end of Trinity Term? Then come to OU Ukrainian Society End of Term BBQ! We will have freshly made burgers and veggie options as well as games to play.
This was a perfect opportunity to have a chat with your Ukrainian peers whom you haven't seen for months!
“An innovative grassroots project – how to make it happen”
Date: Thu, 16 May, 7-30PM
Venue: Balliol College, Massey Room
Andriy Maksymovych, an active NGO activist hailing from Lviv, Ukraine, comes to Oxford at an invitation of the Oxford Ukrainian Society to speak about the Race for Children, an innovative award-winning project he organised in 2006 inspired by his volunteer and student exchange experiences in Canada and the USA. Within the project, which became the first in the CIS nation-wide charitable marathon, Andriy ran with a friend 1,500 km across Ukraine in 41 days to promote social and corporate responsibility and raise more than 55,000 USD for equipment for maternity hospitals in his native region of Lviv. Endorsed by private and public sector, celebrities, Race for Children was recognised by multiple awards and was featured in the Best Practices of the Youth Policy in Ukraine.
In the lecture Andriy will share his experience of all aspects of project’s evolvement and organisation, team building, PR & fundraising strategy and logistics. He will speak about the challenges he and his team faced during the organisation of an innovative project in a developing country. He will also relate about his current work at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London.
Finally, Andriy will bring his Olympic Torch with him, so if you have not had a chance to see it during the Olympics – this is your chance!
Date and time: Wed, 15 May, 12-30noon
Venue: Balliol College
This is a chance to relax from the building up pressure of Trinity Term and have fun with your peers. We are going to meet at the Balliol College lodge.
Date and time: Thu, 9 May, 7-30PMVenue: Royal Oak, Woodstock Road, OX2 6HT
Come and join us in celebration of the Victory Day! Royal Oak is known for good food and we expect a lot of fun. Contact Alex (07580 665461) if lost.
Date and time: Thu, 9 May, 7-30PMVenue: Royal Oak, Woodstock Road, OX2 6HT
Anatoliy Amelin, a prominent specialist on Ukrainian stocks and member of the National Stock Market Committee, and Elena Sotnik, a famous lawyer and partner of “Solodko and Partners”, are visiting Oxford. They will be available for a dinner and
informal talk this Thursday, at the Victory Day celebration in Royal Oak.
Ukrainian TV-channel 1+1, in cooperation with the OUUS, filmed a news episode on the life of Margaret Thatcher in Oxford. It was broadcasted on 14 April 2013 in the news program TSN. The text and video are available online at the TSN website (Ukr).
Baroness Thatcher, one of the most prominent prime-ministers in UK history, studied chemistry at Somerville college in Oxford in 1943−1947.
Date and time: 8 March, 7:30PM
Venue: St Cross College Bar
Come along to the international celebration of the beauty, charm and strength of women. The 8th of March is one of the national holidays in Ukraine, Russia and other Eastern European countries. We are following the tradition of bringing friends together to celebrate the day. We will meet you at the St Cross College Bar which is famous for the best collection of whisky in town.
Date and time: TBA
Date: Event postponed until Trinity Term
Note: the talk has been postponed until Trinity Term due to speaker's circumstances.
In 2006, after studying on a scholarship as an exchange student in the United States, Andriy initiated, organised and ran Race for Children, a charitable marathon aimed at raising money for maternity hospitals in Ukraine. This was the first project of such kind in Ukraine; the race took 41 days to complete, covered ca. 1500km, and raised ca. USD 55,000. Money was used to purchase critically needed equipment for newborns, and it now helps saving lives of those children that were born prematurely.
For his activities, Andriy was selected to bear the torch for the Olympic Games in London.
In this talk, Andriy will talk about his fundraising, Ukraine-related activities and his work at European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
"UK−Ukraine Relationships from a Personal Perspective"
Date and time: Thu, 7 Feb 2013, 5:30PM
Venue: St Cross Room, St Cross College
Lord Risby is a Conservative politician in the House of Lords and Chairman of the British Ukrainian Society. In this talk, he dicussed the history of the UK−Ukraine relationship, Ukraine-related activities in the British Parliament, and his personal view on the country's future. Lord Risby also provided career advice to those interested in politics and international relations.
The talk was followed by a Q'n'A session and wine reception.
This event was organised in cooperation with St Cross College and the British Ukrainian Society.
Date and time: Thu, 17 Jan 2013, 19:30
Venue: Fire and Stone, 26 George Street, Oxford, OX1 2BJ
Come and join us for a lively chat about everything and a discussion of the new term, new plans and new hopes. The venue is known for good pizzas, and on Thursdays they come cheaper than usual.
Date and Venue: 4 Dec 2012, Ukrainian Institute, London
A delegation of four OUUS members (Oleksandr Zhurakovskyi, Olena Seminog, Alexander Nagrebetsky, Helen Morozovska) attended a talk by Ukraine President Viktor Yushchenko (2005-2010) in Ukrainian Institute in London . During this event, we asked questions, listened to the renowned politician and spoke other Ukrainians in UK.
Date and Venue: Wed, 21 Nov 2012, 8 PM, Balliol College Annexe, Manor Road
Snacks will be provided, and the event is free for members of the Ukrainian Society, £1 for members of the Belarus Society and £2 for all other guests. Contact Lena Seminog for more details.
Date and Venue: Thu, 22 Nov 2012, Balliol College Bar, 8PM; then StCross College Bar 9PM
Meet at Balliol Bar at 8 p.m. It is located in the main quadrangle, staircase XV - the one where the door is open; as you walk in, you will see a blue door through which there is a set of stairs, proceed down these to the Lindsay Bar. Walk to St Cross for 9 p.m. (where a B.O.G.O.F cocktail night is held that evening). Facebook event
Date and Venue: Sat, 24 Nov 2012, 4:40PM, Port Meadow (meet near Victoria pub)
Date and Venue: Sat, 24 Nov 2012, 5PM, Merton College MCR
European Affairs Society organizes a European Christmas party! They have booked the Merton College MCR for 5 pm on Saturday 24th and are planning to make mulled wine, bring bakery, decorate and bake some Christmas cookies, there'll be christmassy music, perhaps a few carols, etc. Please note there will be a small charge (2£), unless you bring something Ukrainian special.
Date: Sat, 17 Nov 2012
Venue: New College MCR Bar (St. Cross Rd, New College Sport Grounds and Weston Buildings: http://goo.gl/maps/4OzEi)
We will meet at 8 pm at the entrance to the New College MCR (St. Cross Rd, New College Sport Grounds and Weston Building). Those coming later, please use the back entrance through the balcony. Put it in your diary now: the night promises to be full of merriment, friendship, regional music and liquid delights!
This event is an initiative of Oxford Belarus Society. All members of the Ukrainian Society are invited.
Date:Wed, 7 Nov 2012
Venue: Merton College
Title: "Potentially Destabilising or a Window on the Regime? The 2012 Parliamentary Elections in Ukraine"
Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2012
Venue: Dahrendorf Room, St Antony’s College
The event was postponed due the illness of the speaker.
Date: Thu, 25 Oct
Venue: St Cross College SCR
Elections of the new committee and discussion of the society plans.
Date: Fri, 12 Oct
Venue: Royal Oak
Come by and join us for a drink, meal and entertaining discussion!
Date: Sat, 6 Oct
Venue: St Cross College, Back quad
£2 OUUS Members and Guests
£3 Russian/ Belarus Society Members
It's the beginning of a new term, new study year.
Come and join us for a couple of good burgers
(veggie option included) and a drink! It is a good chance
to get to know people and just have fun.
Date: Wed − Fri, 3 − 5 Oct 2012
Time: 10am − 6pm (except Fri: 10am − 4pm)
Venue: Examination Schools
"The Oxford University Student Union Freshers' Fair is the event of 0th week. Packed with stalls showing the best, biggest and weirdest of Oxford's student life, it's got something for everyone. For new students its the only place to truly kick-start your time at Oxford by getting involved in the massive range of student activities on offer."
More info on http://oxfordfreshersfair.org/
Date and time: 23 Feb 2017, 8:30PM
Venue: Worcester College, Lecture Room B, OX1 2HB
Price: £1.50 (includes a glass of wine)
International Film Society is showing one of Paradjanov’s masterpieces, Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors.
Paradjanov, an Armenian director and one of the great cinematic geniuses of Soviet cinema, tells a simple Romeo-and-Juliette-like story set in the Ukrainian Carpathian mountains. In Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors, the simple tale of the unrequited love of Ivan and Marichka serves to revolutionise the art of story-telling in cinema, showing astonishing originality through the use of music, cinematography and camerawork. The film is a hypnotising whirlwind of colour and sound set against a background of folklore and traditional tales, which seems to come to us from another world.
Date and time: 24 Feb 2017, 7PM
Venue: Lecture Theatre, Green Templeton College, Oxford, OX2 6HG
This is the first event of Truth And Peace Series in Green Templeton College.
The goal of the initiative is to promote and strengthen the truthful dialogue in academia about challenges and conflicts around all the world.
Each event features a talk, a presentation or a film and a few minutes of silence or music followed by an open discussion.
Date and time:Wed, 15 February 2017, 1 p.m.
Venue: University College, Oxford (meet at porter's lodge)
Join us for our second conversational lunch in Hilary term, and get a chance to practice your Russian or Ukrainian language with native spreakers.
Our lunch will be followed by a short presentation of the Go Global project which offers volunteering opportunities in Ukraine.
A talk by Mustafa Nayyem, MP
Date and Time: 19 Feb 2017, 5 p.m.
Venue: TS Eliot Lecture Theatre, Merton College
On the 3rd anniversary of Ukraine's deadly protests, the Oxford University Ukrainian Society invites you to join the talk with Mustafa Nayyem, MP, journalist and public figure who sparked the Revolution of Dignity.