Roundtable “Strategies for the energy crisis communication”
It is our pleasure to announce the Roundtable discussion “Strategies for the energy crisis communication” that will take place in Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine in Kiev on 2nd of July 2018.
During the event Dr. Natalia Slobodian will introduce the report “Making crisis simulation matters” focusing on the results of deep interview with stakeholders from Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Ukraine, and Poland. Crisis simulations can be an effective tool for risk management, but for it to be properly done, it requires scrupulous preparation. An effective crisis simulation puts the organization to a stringent test, whether or not the scenario represents the worst case. It demands numerous responses to one question. Additionally, Dr. Natalia Slobodian will present some issues of future simulation workshop “Gas crisis 2020: V4+Ukraine”.
The Ukrainian and Hungarian experts will present the strategic energy communication in their countries in the case of crisis.
The roundtable is a part of “Energy security and effective strategic communication the civil and governmental actors: V4+Ukraine” project carried out in cooperation with International Visegrad Fund and partner organizations from V4 states and Ukraine: Research Center of the Slovak Foreign Policy Association from Slovakia, Centre for Global Studies “Strategy XXI” from Ukraine, KNO Česko, spol. s r.o. from Czech Republic, and Center for Fair Political Analysis from Hungary.
The meeting will be the third event of the project that will allow organization of comprehensive simulation of the energy crisis which will take place during Warsaw Security Forum 2018 conference on October 24-25 2018.