On November 27, 2018, the Anne of Kyiv Center gathered experts, cultural figures, public activists and representatives of international organizations in Kyiv to discuss the Center's Development Strategy.

Co-founder of the Center Victoria Dellinger and Anna Canter, together with the Center's partners Iryna Ivanchyk, head of the "Believe in yourself" foundation and and Nataliya Popovych, president of the One Philosophy Group of companies, presented the Center's Development Strategy and Action Plan for 2019.

The strategy is based on the values of the Center: Christianity, human rights, experiences, service and creation. Strategy creators formulated the Mission of the Center - to encourage a rethinking of European identity in the 21st century through dialogue and the implementation of cultural, artistic, scientific and educational projects.

"Ukraine should start and moderate the dialogue with other countries, instead of serving as a topic of discussion," said Victoria Dellinger, the co-founder of Anne of Kyiv Center.

Two experts participated in the creation of this document: Olesia Drashkaba, editor-in-chief of the media resource on critical thinking Uchoose and Pavlo Gudimov, gallery owner, curator, co-founder of the "Ya Gallery".

During the event, friends and partners of the Center also could see a 360 ° film about Anne’s story. It is a figure who has become a symbol of the common history of Ukraine and France. This video gives an opportunity to travel to Senlis and Kyiv without leaving your house. You can visit the castle where Anne of Kyiv lived in France and the great St. Sophia Cathedral in Kyiv, walk down the streets of Senlis and visit the Anne of Kyiv Center.

The team of the Anne of Kyiv Center is now preparing for a productive year 2019.