knowledge transfer and experience exchange in the field of CST.The School of the Social Thought of Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky
organized by the Institute of Religion and Society (IRS), UCU will be held in November 2020.
The School is specifically designed for the FSS faculty and is open to all UCU professors who are interested in learning how the Metropolitan Sheptytsky's social teaching and social practice can provide us with important clues, principles and innovations for the twenty-first century challenges. In addition, the School aims to showcase and examine how Sheptytsky's profound thinking on social and moral issues can be incorporated into today's university's curriculum. The School will invite its participants to read and discuss some selected texts as well as to engage themselves with study-cases to have a better grasp of present day social issues from the point of view of Sheptytsky's legacy.
The School distinguished speakers includeMyroslav Marynovych
, Vice-Rector for University Mission at the Ukrainian Catholic University,Adrian Slywotzky
, Lviv Business School Visiting professor. Business futuristLiliana Hentosh
, Research associate, Lviv National UniversitySophia Opatska
, Founding Dean and Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Lviv Business School at the UCU, Vice Rector Academic Affairs at the Ukrainian Catholic UniversityZinoviy Svereda
, Social Ecomics, PhD, the President of the Ukrainian Cooperative AllianceOleh Turiy
, Vice Rector for External Affairs
The School's participants will have a chance to attend a series of webinars-presentations of the newly published compendium of some of the major social encyclicals and documents of the Catholic Church (in Ukrainian). While the School itself will be open to UCU Faculty only, the webinars will be public events.Full programme (in Ukrainian)