Training, game and quiz in Lviv

On March 1-2 “Europe without Barriers” together with partners from Poradna pro integraci (Czech Republic), and Center “Women’s Perspectives” (Lviv) organized in Lviv a training, a game and a quiz about traveling to the Visegrad countries for tourism, study or employment.

On March, 1 in Lviv Professional College of Hotel, Tourism and Restaurant Business the training “Travel, studying and work in the Visegrad countries” took place, having involved about 40 people.

Experts from Kyiv (Iryna Sushko, Kateryna Kulchytska, NGO “Europe without Barriers”), Lviv (Nadiya Kostina, Center “Women’s Perspectives”), Prague (Petr Bisof, “Poradna pro integraci”) were speaking about the rules of safe and legal travel.

EwB Executive Director Iryna Sushko, International Visegrad Fund Advisor Irena Krasnicka and Consul General of Czech Republic in Lviv Pavel Pesek delivered brief introductory speeches.

Kateryna Kulchytska, an analyst from  “Europe without barriers”, presented basic information on traveling to EU countries, in particular:

  • what is the level of mobility to Europe from Lviv
  • what countries belong to the Visegrad Four
  • what documents should be prepared for travel
  • how to get a travel passport for residents of Lviv region
  • how to find out how much costs one have to obtain to cross the border of the EU country

During the event videoclip “Youth for Responsible Mobility” was demonstrated.


Lawyer from Czechia presented basic information about differnert types of foreigners’ stay in Czech Republic, in particular with the goal of work and study:

  • Visa-free stay
  • Short-term visa
  • Long-term visa
  • Long-term residence
  • Temporary residence
  • Permanent residence
  • Legal consequences of unlawful conduct

Expert of Centre “Women’s Perspectives” Nadiya Kostina told about human trafficking and main risks associated with work and studying abroad.

Participants of the training took part in a group game with preparing travel documents and interactive quiz.


Participant were presented passport covers with motto “Youth for responsible mobility”.

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Тренінг у Львові. Подорожі до країн Вишеграду


On March 2 in Lviv State University of Life Safety a shortened version of the advice on issuing documents for traveling abroad and employment, human trafficking risks was presented.  After this the participants of the event checked down their knowledge in the game format.

Participant were presented passport covers with motto “Youth for responsible mobility”.

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Гра та вікторина у Львові

Project materials:

Videoclip “Youth for responsible mobility”

Calendar of a responsible traveller-2018

Advices on job and stusying in Poland

Lutsk events report

All events are held in the framework of project “Creative youth education for responsible mobility”, supported by Visegrad Fund and the Government of the Netherlands.

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