WeCan forum in Vilnius
As Ukrainian society has been suffering from a bloody war for more than a year now, and the aggressor is massively destroying infrastructure, leaving people without the necessary things to survive, we understand that Ukraine and its people must rebuild and overcome all the challenges on their way. But how Ukrainian society, infrastructure, cities, and the education sector will recover depends on the right development vector.
Since Ukraine is a post-Soviet country, one of the closest countries to Ukraine in terms of spirit and history is the Baltic States, namely Lithuania, which has already passed the tests in its development and managed to rebuild itself in the European way.
Our team decided to hold the WeCan forum in Vilnius to raise the issue of restoring Ukraine, developing educational and rebuilding the Soviet infrastructure together with one of our country’s best friends, the Republic of Lithuania.
Our task is to find the right vector of development, enlist the support of professional specialists, learn from their experience in building urban space, and establish contacts for further long-term cooperation.