Communicators of AHs of the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast were learning how to represent their hromadas, its successes and achievements at the Dnipropetrovsk Local Government Development Centre, established with the support of the U-LEAD with Europe programme.
The average age of those creating the image of hromadas of the region on the Internet is 25 years. That is a new generation of officials, not limited by bureaucratic standards, with a new, modern outlook, capable of bringing fresh ideas to the development of hromadas.
“Our Centre’s mission is to help communicators to correctly formulate their viewpoints, see unusual points in common issues, and talk about their hromadas, so that this story encourages all the readers to see this success story in their own eyes and apply a successful hromada experience on their territories. The main thing is to think out of the box and not to be ashamed to talk to everyone about one’s love for small homeland and one’s pride for it,” said Olena Tertyshna, director of the Centre.
Speakers of the training seminar – communicators from the Petrykivska, Hrechanopodivska, Sofiyivska, Verbkivska, Krynychanska, Bohdanivska, Chkalivska, Sursko-Lytovska, Vasylkivska, Vyshnivska and Slobozhanska amalgamated hromadas – brightly presented their territories, spoke not only about the achievements of their hromadas, but also about their own dreams for their development.
Most of the participants of the training seminar, organised by the LGDC, experienced the role of authors of their hromadas’ success stories for the first time, but according to them, this experience is very useful and became the impetus and motivation for personal participation in the all-Ukrainian Facebook-marathon, initiated by the U-LEAD with Europe programme..
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