Social Concerns & Individual Liberties Exchanges

These exchanges dealt a variety of social topics including disaster relief, veterans, environmental concerns, handicapped issues, substance abuse, family services, women’s issues, freedom of religion, and freedom of the press.

Some examples of Social Concerns & Individual Liberties Exchanges sponsored by CKSCP:

  • Two Cincinnatians travel to Kharkiv to film interviews for use in a documentary of Soviet WWII women combat veterans. This continues the project called, “Under Fire: Soviet Women Combat Veterans of World War II.”
  • Four Kharkivites travel to Cincinnati for US Department of State Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement/SCI Domestic Violence Prevention Training Program NGO Exchange.
  • Funds are donated to CKSCP from the Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Cincinnati Community Outreach Response Team for the purchase of medications for a TB clinic in Kharkiv. The medicine is presented to the clinic in Kharkiv during the Official Delegation to Kharkiv.
  • Shipment of Braille books officially presented to the Hirschman Library for the Blind in Kharkiv.
  • In response to water crisis in Kharkiv and outbreak of Hepatitis A, CKSCP sends a sea container with over $90,000 worth of medical supplies, including IV set-ups and solutions to Kharkiv.

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With most exchanges come volunteer opportunities for members of our community. Find out about hosting Ukrainian visitors in your home and other CKSCP volunteer opportunities.