31 episodes

The Solutions from Ukraine podcast, from the Rubryka media outlet, presents exclusive stories on Ukraine amid the full-scale war that Russia launched on February 22, 2022.

Hosts: Anastasia Rudenko, editor-in-chief of the independent all-Ukrainian Rubryka media outlet and Vladyslav Faraponov, an analyst at Internews Ukraine NGO.

Every week they cover a story of Ukraine’s resistance amid the war and explore solutions that communities in Ukraine develop despite the horrors of war.

Read us at: https://rubryka.com/en/
Support us at: https://www.patreon.com/rubryka

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The Solutions from Ukraine podcast, from the Rubryka media outlet, presents exclusive stories on Ukraine amid the full-scale war that Russia launched on February 22, 2022.

Hosts: Anastasia Rudenko, editor-in-chief of the independent all-Ukrainian Rubryka media outlet and Vladyslav Faraponov, an analyst at Internews Ukraine NGO.

Every week they cover a story of Ukraine’s resistance amid the war and explore solutions that communities in Ukraine develop despite the horrors of war.

Read us at: https://rubryka.com/en/
Support us at: https://www.patreon.com/rubryka

    Ukraine's green recovery: perspectives and obstacles during war

    Ukraine's green recovery: perspectives and obstacles during war

    In the new podcast episode, Rubryka invites three prominent speakers to talk about the green recovery in Ukraine as the tool for post-war economy growth
    Discussion points:
    Principles of the green recovery that Ukraine will stand on. What is the green building refurbishment?What should it include in terms of energy and what technologies should it focus on? What can be done in the short term during the war?
    Featured speakers:
    Roman Nitsovych, Research Director at DiXi Group
    Anna Ackermann, member of the Board at EcoDia
    Pavlo Kravets, National Representative of FSC in Ukraine

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Voices of Change: Informing the World about Ukraine Today and Tomorrow

    Voices of Change: Informing the World about Ukraine Today and Tomorrow

    In the new podcast episode, Rubryka invites three prominent speakers to talk about the role of the foreign media in Ukraine coverage. 
    Discussion points:
    Telling the story of Ukraine in international media outlets in 2022 vs 2024
    How can media discourse change the narratives of the war outcome?
    How Ukrainian media can cooperate with international colleagues
    What difficulties did they encounter working for a foreign media outlet in Ukraine?
    Featured speakers: 
    Christopher Miller, Financial Times Ukraine correspondent 
    Yulia Drozd, ABC News producer
    Shawn Carrié, freelance journalist
     
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    • 1 hr 21 min
    What should Europe do to deter Russia’s aggression?

    What should Europe do to deter Russia’s aggression?

    Marking more than two years since the full-scale war began, Rubryka assesses the significant shifts, including Sweden's recent NATO accession and the formation of additional NATO battle groups in Eastern Europe
    In this enlightening episode, we delve into the intricacies of European security architecture, the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, and the broader implications for global stability. 
    Speakers: 
    Kaimo Kuusk, former Estonian ambassador to Ukraine; Estonian ambassador to Lithuania 
    Maryna Smahina, Senior Editor at Rubryka and a PhD candidate at the University of Helsinki;
    Imants Lieģis, former Latvian ambassador to France and defense minister. 
    They share their expert insights on Estonia and Latvia's support for Ukraine, the challenges facing NATO, and the perspectives of civil societies in response to the conflict.
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    ℗ Chillhop Music

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Ukraine's Shield: Inside the World of Cutting-Edge Air Defense

    Ukraine's Shield: Inside the World of Cutting-Edge Air Defense

    Ukraine’s resistance in the war with Russia depends highly on its air defense capabilities. Rubryka presents a new episode about the air defense that saves Ukrainian lives.
    In this episode, we discuss: 
    Key aspects of how Ukrainian air defense systems work
    what is the current perspective on the relationship between air defense and ground operations
    role of Ukrainian NGOs in strengthening the air defense 
    Featured Speaker:
    Mykola Bielieskov is an expert at the National Institute of Strategic Studies and a senior analyst at the Ukrainian charity Come Back Alive.
     

    • 42 min
    Ukraine’s Cultural Renaissance: Navigating Challenges & Opportunities

    Ukraine’s Cultural Renaissance: Navigating Challenges & Opportunities

    Rubryka continues the new season of its “Solutions from Ukraine” podcast with the first of several online conversations with civil society, government, and media representatives on hotly debated topics in Ukraine.
    In this episode about Ukrainian culture, we discuss: 
    Defying the odds: explore how Ukraine has preserved its rich cultural heritage despite centuries of external influences and recent challenges.
    Innovative strategies: uncover Ukraine's modern approaches to rethinking and promoting its unique domestic and global culture.
    Lessons learned: gain insights from Ukraine's effective practices in cultural promotion and envision future pathways for broader global recognition.
    Speakers:
    Yuliia Fediv, cultural and media manager
    Natalia Tuyagina, Pavlo Virsky Ukrainian National Dance Company dancer
     
    You can support solutions-focused journalism in Ukraine by contributing to Rubryka on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rubryka

    • 43 min
    Ukraine’s efforts to eliminate corruption during the war

    Ukraine’s efforts to eliminate corruption during the war

    Frequent calls for more aid to Ukraine are often accompanied by accusations of corruption in the war-stricken country’s government No one is more concerned about this than Ukrainians, who want not just to win the war but live in a prosperous and democratic society.   
     
    Rubryka launches its new season of its “Solutions from Ukraine” podcast with the first of several online conversations with civil society, government, and media representatives on hotly debated topics in Ukraine.
     
    In this episode, we discuss: 
    What do polls say about Ukrainian society’s attitude toward corruption? 
    How does the DREAM project help Ukrainian civil society track the country's recovery and promote transparency? 
    How are the anticorruption bodies that are responsible for monitoring Ukraine’s reconstruction doing? 
     
    We are joined by: 
     
    Martyna Bohuslavets, executive director, Institute of Legislative Ideas
    Petro Burkovskiy, executive director, Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation
    Viktor Nestulya, Head of DREAM Project Office, Open Contracting Partnership
     
    Intro/outro: Weegie – Bubbly
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    You can support solutions-focused journalism in Ukraine by contributing to Rubryka on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rubryka 

    • 1 hr 11 min

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