Inna Stokratna – Education in times of War: what do lives of Ukrainian students look like in May 2022?

About the Session

In her presentation, Inna shares the challenges Ukrainian students face during the Russia-Ukraine war: those who left for other countries and those who stayed in Ukraine. She describes the reality young people face here in Ukraine, such as restriction of movement, loss of in-school education, lack of extracurricular activities and so on. The presentation includes ways people of any age can support Ukraine and a few simple but important phrases in Ukrainian.

About Inna

Inna Stokratna has received a B.A. in Japanese Language and Literature from Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.

At the moment she is working towards a degree in English Language and Literature. Inna currently works as a teacher at the OLA Language School in the city of Khmelnytskyi, working with children aged from 10 to 16 as well as adults.

Since the beginning of Russia’s war in Ukraine, she has been teaching English language courses to Internally Displaced Persons and working as an interpreter for British media.

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