One of the strongest SECD believes is that the core of any developed society and every happy life is an education. Education builds a life-confidence and gives a platform for the whole life. Accordingly, to the research, children who grow up in poverty and do not have satisfied living standards all too often become the parents of the next generation of disadvantaged children. By providing educational projects in variety of fields we are trying to tackle the barriers faced by disadvantaged children and youth, raising educational attainment, and leaving no child behind. Together we can break that destructive cycle of poverty.
Our efforts are focused on creating an educational gateway for young and ambitious young people who want to develop their knowledge awareness and to take a worthy niche in the modern competitive society.
SECD creates and provides wide range of programmes:
British – Ukrainian Educational Project “Contemporary technologies and innovative methods of media development in the UK”, 1 – 9th March 2019
The programme is organised by International Educational Cultural Association, UK Branch IECC, London Metropolitan University and charity found Sincere Education and Cultural Development.
A 9-day training programme aiming to empower Ukrainian young journalists or journalists-to-be to become more experienced and competitive in their carriers. The program includes an educational component that comprises meeting UK leader journalists, attending professional workshops and communicating with specialist in media field as well as cultural component, which includes sightseeing excursions and visiting London’s greatest historical and cultural attractions.
If that sounds interesting to you and you would like to contribute either by helping as a volunteer (Ukrainian-English Translators, Ukrainian or Russian speaking tour-guides are welcome ) or by making a financial donation your kindness wouldn’t be forgotten.
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