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Discussion of challenges for pedagogical and scientific community at the International Conference “University and War”

On November 25, Nataliia Avsheniuk, a member of the National Agency for Higher Education Quality Assurance, took part in the work of the International Conference “University and War” with a report “Features of higher education quality assurance under martial law in Ukraine.”

The conference was organized by the Department of Ukrainian-Polish Studies of the Faculty of International Relations and Political Science of the Jagiellonian University (Krakow, Poland). The conference partners were the Center for Public Initiatives of the Human Rights Commissioner Office of the Republic of Poland, the Association of Ukrainians of Poland, the Lemko Association of Poland, the “Ukrainian House in Przemyśl” Foundation, the Scout Union of Poland, the Independent Media Center in Europe, and the Collegium of Eastern Europe.

In her report, Nataliia Avsheniuk emphasized the current challenges that the academic community of Ukraine is successfully overcoming. The speaker also outlined the key directions of NAQA educational and cultural diplomacy at the state and international levels.