Volunteers Sought to Help with Ukraine Benefit Conference


Aaron Wendland (KCL, Massey College), the organizer of the philosophy conference being put on to raise funds to establish a Centre for Civic Engagement at Kyiv Mohyla Academy in Ukraine (previously), has asked me to pass on his request for volunteers for the conference.

He writes:

‘What Good Is Philosophy? – A Benefit Conference for Ukraine’ is designed to provide individual academics, members of the public, colleges and universities, professional associations, charitable foundations, and private companies with a way to support students, scholars, and civic institutions in Ukraine.

To ensure that the conference raises the funding required to establish the Centre for Civic Engagement at Kyiv Mohyla Academy, I am currently looking for volunteers from the philosophical community around the world to help me promote and disseminate information about this benefit event in their respective region, state, or country. 

If you are interested in volunteering a few hours of your time to support students, scholars, and publicly engaged academics in Ukraine, please email me at [email protected] for further details.

You can learn more about the conference here.

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