This is Michael
Michael has been organizing festivals in Meissen.
For a loooong-long time.
For so long, that once…
Enough! Either I throw it all away or I come up with how to be more interesting. To be more flexible and modern, after all!
Afterward, whether the ad tracked Michael or friends gave him advice, or even fate stepped in…
Well, Michael found out about
The Program for Sustainability in Cultural & Creative Industries
September 27-28-29
International community
Expert support
Cool cases
What is CreaCamp
Sustainability plan
Why should I come?
What`s sustainable development?
You are flexible when you are sustainable 
2021 is claimed to be the International year of the creative economy for sustainable development in the 74th session of the UN General Assembly. The sector generates $2250 billion yearly and provides more workplaces for 18-25-year-old people than any other field. You`re already a part of the creative economy ecosystem. And it shouldn't only promote reaching sustainable development goals but also provide proper working conditions and opportunities. Let's figure out together: what sustainable development can give you and what you can give sustainable development?

Sustainable development
is a conception about the necessity of a balance between meeting current needs and safeguarding next generations` interests. It`s based on three pillars: economics, the social field, and economics. 
is an educational program for those building a cultural and creative industry and seeking interesting opportunities for innovations and development. It is for those who practice sustainable consumption, think about their impact on the environment and society, and are interested in global challenges. Without pointing fingers and radical slogans - we do not teach, we learn!
And it seems to be the thing he was looking for!
Ooh la la, I can do that!
· figure out the connection between sustainable development and culture

· understand how to bring your project and social-economic management closer together

· learn to use simple instruments of risk-management

· listen to cases of those who already nailed it

· share your thoughts, wins, and fuckups

· develop your first sustainable plan

· make sure the approach is flexible
Then Michael reviewed the 3-day program:
27 september
What we`re gonna do
10:00 - 10:15 (GMT+3)
People, planet, profit: your manual to the sustainable development
Alina Sokolenko, chairwoman of ASDE, CEO of AV Group consultancy, international expert on sustainable development
10:15 - 10:30 (GMT+3)
Culture: the incentive and promoter to the sustainable development
Mariia Vasyletz, cultural projects manager, P.h.D., Rresearcher of sustainable development in cultural and creative industries
10:40 - 11:00 (GMT+3)
The role of media in promoting sustainable knowledge. How to communicate your project to be heard
The speaker is negotiated
11:15 - 11:45 (GMT+3)
Environmental management of cultural and creative projects
Kristina Kenchadze, environmental, health & safety specialist, sustainable development specialist
11:45 - 12:00 (GMT+3)
Creativity, profit, environment. 3 principles of successful projects
Yuliya Makliuk, environmental management consultant, ‘Here and Now: sustainable studio ceramics’ owner
12:00 - 12:30 (GMT+3)
Biodiversity and creative economy
Olena Tarasova-Krasiieva, Project manager and expert in UNDP, Former director of WWF Ukraine
27 september
14:00 - 15:00 (GMT+3)
Sustainable festivals, concerts, and other events
Serena Pacifico, sustainable events expert, founder & director of evntACT Sustainable Events
14:00 - 15:00 (GMT+3)
Sustainable brand: theory, concept, and innovations
Maryna Plotnikova and Nina Shershnova, founders of sustainable brand Pure One
14:00 - 15:00 (GMT+3)
Workshop for cultural centers, galleries, and other art spaces
The speaker is negotiated
14:00 - 15:00 (GMT+3)
Green libraries as the educational impetus to sustainable development
Liusiena Shum, executive director of the Library Country Charity Foundation, founder of the initiative Green Libraries movement in Ukraine
14:00 - 15:00 (GMT+3)
Cultural diplomacy: how to build and retain a business sustainable
Viktor Kruglov, General Director of Ranok publishing house, representative of Ukraine in the EEPG, member of the Board of UPBA
14:00 - 15:00 (GMT+3)
Organic materials for sustainable architecture: international experience
Oksana Hetman, eco-aware architecture specialist
28 september
10:00 - 10:30 (GMT+3)
Social management of cultural and creative projects
Christina Biliakovska, coordinator of CreaCamp in Ukraine, certified social projects manager, communications specialist
10:40 - 11:00 (GMT+3)
The Power of Diversity & Inclusion in business and society - with focus on representation
Clara Bodin, Global lead diversity & inclusion Telia company
11:00 - 11:20 (GMT+3)
Protecting the idea: copyright and intellectual property
Yuliia Tantsiura, Senior lawyer and attorney, Head of Intellectual Property Rights Practice at EVERLEGAL
11:40 - 12:00 (GMT+3)
Mental health and occupational safety in the industry
The speaker is negotiated
12:00 - 12:30 (GMT+3)
Gender analysis in art and culture areas
Dariia Nahaiivska, Ph.D., researcher, moderator and trainer, project manager at NGO “Modern Woman”
28 september
14:00 - 14:20 (GMT+3)
Sustainable communications: what are they, and why do your projects need them
Maryna Solovyova, Head of CSR Borjomi Ukraine, sustainable communications expert
14:30 - 15:00 (GMT+3)
Why is it lucrative to be sustainable?
Alona Dmukhovska, project manager of the Creative Europe program
15:00: 16:00 (GMT+3)
Case session of sustainable Ukrainian initiatives
Mariia Maslii,
Founder of The Sustainables agency

Yana Goncharenko,
StarLightMedia Sustainability Manager

Uliana Pcholkina,
Public figure, Program Manager of the NGO "Active Rehabilitation Group", Coordinator of the inclusion direction of the StarLightMedia

Mariana Mokrynska,
Head of communication with the authorities and corporate social responsibility of the Atlas Weekend Festival
29 september
15:15 - 15:45 (GMT+3)
Creativity and nature-inspired solutions for sustainable future
10:00 - 11:00 (GMT+3)
Panel discussion:
How to achieve sustainability in CCI projects: the role of education and partnership
Yevhenia Mazurenko, Director of the Zagoriy Foundation

Iryna Osadcha, Deputy Executive Director for Organizational Development of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation

Kateryna Rai, cultural project manager

Olena Masliukivska, EU4Environment National Program Coordinator, Associate Professor of Ecology "NaUKMA"

The broadcast will be freely available (!)
11:30 - 12:00 (GMT+3)
Giving a second life to banners: Re:Ban case
Daryna Antonenko, ecologist, founder of the re:ban upcycling agency
12:00 - 12:30 (GMT+3)
Summing up.
Work in groups, consultations on sustainable plans.
Respected the speakers
Checked whether he can take part
The number of participants of CreaCamp is limited
You can take part in CreaCamp if:
· you are 25-35 years old

· you have at least one year of experience in creative and cultural projects

· your English level is B1 or higher

· one of these items describe you:
festival manager (sectors of culture & creative industries);
fashion or design specialist (including architecture);
cultural and art establishment manager (museums, galleries, cultural centers);
publisher or library manager

· you are into sustainability issues and want to explore this topic
Michael finally understood that he is EXACTLY the right Michael
I`m checking in for the CreaCamp
Oh, coordinators
Christina Biliakovska
Simon Wolf

Coordinator of CreaCamp in Ukraine

Coordinator of CreaCamp in Germany
Association of Sustainable Development Experts - is the first international community of sustainability practitioners in Ukraine.
Association of cultural and creative figures in Germany.

The project is being implemented within the “Culture for Change” Program with the support of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation (Kyiv, Ukraine) and The Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility and Future (EVZ) (Berlin, Germany). The author is not responsible for the content, which is not an official position of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation (Kyiv, Ukraine) and The Foundation Remembrance, Responsibility and Future (EVZ) (Berlin, Germany).
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Good afternoon! I`m reporting from the future. I`m at the Camp now. It turns out that everyone came here to share their experience and create the community. No one beats me up for not recycling.

If you`re reading it from the past before the 27 of September - register right away!