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Human Capital UA forum

21/ 10/ 2023
  For the first time, government officials, the business community, civil society activists, and demographers will discuss together the development of Ukraines human capital. On October 25, Kyiv will host the Human Capital UA forum. Heads of ministries, NGOs, diplomats and businesses will discuss the most pressing human capital issues and the global strategy for its development. At the event, Yulia Svyrydenko, First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine - Minister of Economy of Ukraine, will present the governments human capital developments, and the Center for Economic Recovery will present in-depth research on various aspects of human capital topic. Since February 24, 2022, more than 6 million Ukrainians have fled abroad to escape the war, and more than 8 million have become internally displaced. Experts estimate that the labor shortage could reach 4.5 million people, which means about $45 billion in lost taxes over 10 years. Failure to return forced migrants will cost Ukraine $113 billion in lost GDP over this time. Human Capital UA aims to start a dialog about the economy, security, social sphere, quality of life, education and the future. To create a unified state strategy for human capital development with the involvement of all stakeholders. Four Human Capital UA panels will focus on key issues in the human capital sphere: synchronization of public policy, demographic strategy, business and human capital, and the role of civil society in human capital development. Oksana Zholnovych, Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine, Viktor Liashko, Minister of Health, Tetiana Berezhna, Deputy Minister of Economy, Ella Libanova, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Oleksandr Sushko, Executive Director of the International Renaissance Foundation will participate in the discussions. The organizers of Human Capital UA: Center for Economic Recovery (CER), NGO EasyBusiness, United Nations Development Program in Ukraine (UNDP) and funded by the Government of Germany. To learn more and register for participation, please visit https://www.humancapitalua.com/.  For media accreditation, please fill out the form - https://forms.gle/j9NkDc77Kh1BUXKq7  For more information, please contact Alina Kruglyak, Communications Manager of the Center for Economic Recovery, at +380990695515

For the first time, government officials, the business community, civil society activists, and demographers will discuss together the development of Ukraine’s human capital.

On October 25, Kyiv will host the Human Capital UA forum. Heads of ministries, NGOs, diplomats and businesses will discuss the most pressing human capital issues and the global strategy for its development.

At the event, Yulia Svyrydenko, First Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine – Minister of Economy of Ukraine, will present the government’s human capital developments, and the Center for Economic Recovery will present in-depth research on various aspects of human capital topic.

Since February 24, 2022, more than 6 million Ukrainians have fled abroad to escape the war, and more than 8 million have become internally displaced. Experts estimate that the labor shortage could reach 4.5 million people, which means about $45 billion in lost taxes over 10 years. Failure to return forced migrants will cost Ukraine $113 billion in lost GDP over this time.

Human Capital UA aims to start a dialog about the economy, security, social sphere, quality of life, education and the future. To create a unified state strategy for human capital development with the involvement of all stakeholders.

Four Human Capital UA panels will focus on key issues in the human capital sphere: synchronization of public policy, demographic strategy, business and human capital, and the role of civil society in human capital development.

Oksana Zholnovych, Minister of Social Policy of Ukraine, Viktor Liashko, Minister of Health, Tetiana Berezhna, Deputy Minister of Economy, Ella Libanova, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Oleksandr Sushko, Executive Director of the International Renaissance Foundation will participate in the discussions.

The organizers of Human Capital UA: Center for Economic Recovery (CER), NGO EasyBusiness, United Nations Development Program in Ukraine (UNDP) and funded by the Government of Germany.

To learn more and register for participation, please visit https://www.humancapitalua.com/

For media accreditation, please fill out the form – https://forms.gle/j9NkDc77Kh1BUXKq7 

For more information, please contact Alina Kruglyak, Communications Manager of the Center for Economic Recovery, at +380990695515

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