Development of Ukrainian-German relations 

According to various sources, including Deutsche welle and the Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung, there are currently between 1.5 and 3.5 million Ukrainian refugees in Germany. The number varies, as not everyone has registered as a refugee. In addition, more than 10,000 Ukrainian students are currently studying in different parts of Germany, many of whom are pursuing humanitarian education in the fields of political science, international relations and international law. Based on this, we decided that it is imperative to keep in touch with Ukrainian students abroad, Ukrainians abroad, and Germans themselves in order to spread our rich and wonderful culture.

The main question is how to build sustainable communication, exchange of experience, culture, and create powerful networking between Ukrainians in Ukraine, Ukrainians in Germany, and Germans?


Ukrainian youth is constantly looking for new opportunities and knowledge. In this context, it is important to have access to the best lecturers and mentors. But it is often very difficult to attract a popular speaker to a small group of people, let alone communicate in person. That’s why we launched #ThinkSpot.

The goal of the project is to open the curtain on international relations, European politics and the art of diplomacy, as well as international law and its implementation in Ukrainian legislation.



The purpose of our study is to illuminate the benefits of Ukraine’s accession to the EU and NATO, shedding light on Ukraine’s role in shaping the fate of Europe. Our exploration extends beyond mere tactical considerations of military alliances or the economic consequences of integration, it delves into the profound impact on the architectural framework of European stability and fosters a common vision of the future, defined by unity rather than division.


Internship to develop research on countering Russian disinformation in Europe

Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, russia has been actively spreading disinformation about Ukraine and its role in the world. The constant portrayal of Ukraine as a non-self-sufficient and non-independent state with high levels of corruption and low levels of social responsibility of its citizens has led to a false image of Ukrainians and Ukraine in a large part of European society. In this project, we set out to counter russian disinformation. For 3 months, our interns, under the close guidance and supervision of the best mentors from partner organizations, worked on researching how russian disinformation works in the world.