Organizator Koordynacyjnego Centrum
Ковалевская Кристина Александровна (г. Киев, Украина) была избрана на общественную должность Организатора Координационного центра международного общественного движения «АЛЛАТРА» по решению собрания активных участников движения в мае 2014 года.
Kristina Kovalevskaya holds the rank of captain of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine. She has experience of working in governmental institutions related to analytical and expert activities, monitoring and assessment of government agencies, tracking funds, development of legal framework, and predictive research.
In the CIS countries and Europe, Kristina Kovalevskaya organized socially oriented international projects, press conferences, briefings, communication workshops, international presentations, social advertising campaigns, and exhibitions dedicated to the international understanding and cooperation. She is the initiator and coordinator of activities for protection of human rights and freedoms, establishing justice and universal peace, and the globalization of the civil society. She coordinates work to engage socially active youth in public volunteer activities aimed at promoting the protection of natural human rights, consolidation of peace and security as well as solving social, humanitarian and environmental issues.
Kristina has experience in organizing international socially oriented activities, interacting with international, intergovernmental, governmental, public, commercial, religious, and voluntary organizations, social movements, non-governmental non-profit environmental and humanitarian organizations as well as information structures.
- Cherkasy Institute of Fire Safety named after Chernobyl Heroes of the Ministry of Emergencies of Ukraine (with honours);
- Academy of Fire Safety named after Chernobyl Heroes of the Ministry of Emergencies of Ukraine (with honours);
- National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine (with honours);
- Institute of Political Sciences of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (with honours).