ACADEMIC RESPONSE TO HYBRID THREATS / WARN
The project is funded by the European Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)
Project duration: 15.11.2019 - 14.11.2022
General information: The idea of the project and the results envisaged are in line with capacity-building action in Ukraine: modernization, development and internationalization strategy of the targeted higher educational institutions. The participating universities will improve their capacity in renewing and upgrading the quality of study programmes by reacting to the needs and challenges, i.e. hybrid threats, of the region. The project priority complies with the National Security Strategy of Ukraine and the European Joint Framework on Countering Hybrid Threats, improving the relevance of security critical fields and preparing them for the hybrid threat era. The project is innovative, for it includes a unique set of courses, innovative teaching methodology and innovative approach to the understanding of security
The main goal: To improve the efficiency of higher education and its response to societal needs in Ukraine
Project goals: To eliminate a serious hybrid security skills shortage by growing the talent pool in the fields that are critical for hybrid resilience in Ukraine:
Expected results: Adapted study programmes; new and updated syllabi; new hybrid teaching methodology and teaching materials; upgraded educational labs; a launched hub of excellence; full-time students and trainees in life-long learning courses with new competences in updated curricula; faculty members certified for the programme “New hybrid teaching methodology”; increased civic hybrid resilience; strengthened links between HEIs, academia-authority-society; increase in the number of national and international collaborative activities; enhanced research activity.
At Karazin University, the project is being implemented on the basis of Educational and Scientific Institute “The Institute of Public Administration”.
Project Manager: Prof. Dmytro KARAMYSHEV, Social and Humanitarian Policy Department
Project Coordinator: Prof. Viacheslav DZIUNDZIUK, Head of Public Policy Department