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A Street Magazine that is Changing Lives of Homeless in Lviv

“Prosto Neba” (“Beneath the Sky”) magazine can be purchased only in the streets of Lviv, where homeless people sell it. This social initiative allows them to earn living and aims to change public opinion about the homeless. At the same time this is a high-quality cultural magazine, with loyal readers and which the most famous …

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Ukraine Has Got Its First Community Backed Restaurant. And It’s Delicious!

The Ukrainian city of Ivano-Frankivs’k is a warm pal of Lviv. Located 130km south, it takes only 2,5 hours by train to get from one city to another. Although, Lviv’s reputation of the city of architecture, culture, and coffee shops has been already established for years, Ivano-Frankivs’k is catching up fast. Thanks to its local charm, close proximity to …

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Why Lviv Attracts Tech Talent? A Look at Ukrainian IT Centre

Lviv is the only city in Ukraine where authorities fixed at the legislative level a program of cooperation with innovative businesses.   In a relatively short time of development, Ukrainian innovative technology market was divided into a few bright spheres of influence. Now, you can notice what cities, to speak so, will lead the national IT …

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Language practice: Seven language clubs of Lviv

The article was originally published in tvoemisto.tv, by Hanna Vlasuyk. Translated by NovaEuropa. If you’re tired of learning a foreign language from textbooks, or do not want to perform homework in a language course, then the community Exchange Language Club Lviv is for you. Get involved in language clubs to practice English, Spanish, Italian, German, …

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The Travellers of War. Part 3. Stories of IT Migrants: How Outsourcers Moved from Donetsk to Lviv

The situation remains tense in the east of Ukraine – shots are constantly thundering in Donetsk, and the civilians are leaving the region to save their own lives and the lives of their families. Major IT companies have long realised that it is impossible to work in such circumstances, so they try to relocate their …

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The Travellers of War. Part 1. An Interview with a Crimean Refugee, Pavlo Belousov

Pavlo is a social activist and an entrepreneur from Crimea, who moved with his girlfriend to Lviv last spring to escape Russian aggression. We met at one of Lviv’s coffee places on an August evening, after the day’s heat had gone. Despite coming from the warm south, Pavlo is sensitive to hot temperatures. We talked …

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