Scientific and educational organizations

 The University is a member of international scientific organizations:

Magna Charta Universitatum

Year of foundation: 1988

Location: Italy, Bologna

The official site of the organization: http://www.magna-charta.org/

Description of organization: The Magna Charta Universitatum is a document that was signed by 388 rectors and heads of universities from all over Europe and beyond on 18 September 1988, the 900th anniversary of the University of Bologna.

It contains principles of academic freedom and institutional autonomy as a guideline for good governance and self-understanding of universities in the future.

Academic freedom is the foundation for the independent search for truth and a barrier against undue intervention for both government and interest groups.

Institutional autonomy is a prerequisite for the effective and efficient operations of modern universities.

It also underlies the unique constellation of study, teaching and research, as represented by the European university for the last millennium, and must be further developed without abandoning these universal principles.

The universities now refer to this text as the standard of their belonging to an international community sharing the same academic values and purposes.

It also underlies the unique constellation of study, teaching and research, as represented by the European university for the last millennium, and must be further developed without abandoning these universal principles.

The universities now refer to this text as the standard of their belonging to an international community sharing the same academic values and purposes.
On 21 of September, 2013 our University joined to Magna Charta Universitatum.
   

 The Global Water Partnership (GWP)

Year of foundation: 1996

Location: Sweden, Stockholm

The official site of the organization: http://www.gwp.org/

Description of organization: The Global Water Partnership's vision is for a water secure world. Its mission is to support the sustainable development and management of water resources at all levels. GWP was founded in 1996 to foster integrated water resource management (IWRM).

IWRM is a process which promotes the coordinated development and management of water, land and related resources in order to maximise economic and social welfare without compromising the sustainability of ecosystems and the environment.

The network is open to all organisations involved in water resources management: developed and developing country government institutions, agencies of the United Nations, bi- and multi-lateral development banks, professional associations, research institutions, non-governmental organisations, and the private sector.

Eurasian Association of Universities (EAU)

Year of foundation: 1989

Location: Russia, Moscow

The official site of the organization: http://www.eau-msu.ru/

Description of organization: The Euroasian Universities Association (EUA) was established as the Universities Association of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) at the Constituent Congress in 1989, on the initiative of Lomonosov Moscow State University, supported by the twenty largest universities of the USSR. In 1992 the Association was reorganized into the EUA.

Today the EUA is the reputable international organization of universities which includes the national universities of the whole Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), leading regional universities and higher educational institutions of the Eurasian region.

Currently the EUA unites 128 universities of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Moldova, Russia, Tadzhikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine. Переваги членства в асоціації включають:

Since 2009 the EUA has began issuing a series of the monographs “Eurasian universities in XXI century”. Presentation of the first monograph “About Education. Eurasian region” took place during the XI of the EUA congress in Astana.

Exchange of experience, fruitful discussions among universities based on the principles of respect for the experience of each other became the important factor of further development of education and science in the Eurasian region and worldwide.

Eastern Europe cluster ECONOMY-SCIENCE-MEDICINE

 

Year of foundation: 

Location: Poland, Torun                        

The official site of the organization: www.east-cluster.eu

The object of Cluster’s activity is to undertake common actions in economic processes, through creating cooperative networks, and even through connections and using the potential of people, companies, universities, business environment institutions and local authorities in the range of development in science and business experiments for development in such branches as: ECONOMY-SCIENCE-MEDICINE with target on widely understood production, trade and service market in an economic turnover, social and business education, school system including: physiotherapy, medical and spa tourism. The object of Cluster’s activity is also to undertake trans-border acts directed at financial assistance of Cluster’s participants’ connections from European Union funds and others.

International academy of life safety

Year of foundation: 2000

Location: Ukraine, Kiev

The official site of the organization: http://www.ialp.org.ua

Description of organization: International Academy of Life Safety is an international NGO that brings together volunteer scientists and experts of various fields for a comprehensive solution of urgent issues of human security, environment, emergencies in order to protect human health and life from natural, man-made , environmental, biological and other hazards. According to the Constitution of Ukraine a man, his life and health, honor and dignity, inviolability and security are recognized in Ukraine as the highest value. Therefore, the Academy considers the safety of life and health, the preservation of a healthy environment, maintaining ecological balance, promoting the transition to sustainable development of society.

 

International Chamber of Commerce

Year of foundation: 1919

Location: France, Paris

The official site of the organization: http://iccua.org/

Description of organization: The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)  is authorized by the World Business Organization to represent modern trends in conducting  business nationally and to assist  in promoting  international cooperation. In 1919, a handful of entrepreneurs decided to create an organization that would represent business everywhere.

International Chamber of Commerce, ICC (headquarter in Paris) – an influential global organization, that has unrivalled authority in making rules and standards that govern the conduct of business across borders.

The structure of ICC includes International Court of Arbitration  and the range of commissions and working groups, that assist in building global trade system.  The Chamber  cooperates with such influential international organizations as:UN, WTO, World Bank, IMF, OECD.

International Chamber of Commerce is represented in 127 countries and has 93 National Committees.

Today, ICC commissions comprising experts from the private sector cover specialized fields of immediate concern to international business. Subjects range from banking techniques to taxation, from competition law to intellectual property rights, telecommunications and information technology, from transport, environment and energy to international investment and trade policy.

All these activities fulfil the pledge in ICC's constitution "to further the development of an open world economy with the firm conviction that international commercial exchanges are conducive to both greater global prosperity and peace among nations.”

 

Norwegian Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce

Year of foundation: 2008

Location: Norway, Oslo

The official site of the organization: www.nucc.no

Description of organization: The association “Norsk Ukrainsk Handelskammer/Norwegian Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce”  (NUCC) is established to stimulate increased commercial cooperation between Norway and Ukraine.The association shall work for the interests of its members. It shall refrain from any political and ideological activity and shall not have other commercial interests than covering its own operating expenses.

The association shall encourage the commercial relations between Norway and Ukraine in order to promote its member’s business interests in the two countries.  Under commercial relation we mean trade (export/import), investment and cooperation within R&D and education.

The Norwegian Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce shall cooperate with public agencies and other business associations to further its vision.

The association shall mainly contribute to building relationships as well as to arranging contact development, exchange of information and experience between parties, maintaining, establishing  and developing business relations between members and potential business partners.