The Ukrainian VIC Club was established in 2017 as a unique platform, which connects Ukrainians working at the Vienna International Centre (VIC). The Club’s main objective is to widely promote and raise awareness of the international community about Ukraine, its culture, science, art, music, literature, and sports at the United Nations Office in Vienna.
Український клуб при Віденському міжнародному центрі постав у 2017 році як унікальна платформа, що об’єднує українців, які працюють в системі Організації Об’єднаних Націй (ООН) у Відні. Головною метою клубу є широка популяризація України, її культури, науки, мистецтва, музики, літератури та спорту серед спільноти ООН у Відні.
On 28 June 2019, the VIC Ukrainian Club and its partner organizations welcomed a group of more than thirty Ukrainian students of the faculty of international relations from the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv at the Vienna International Center, colloquially also known as UNO City. A guided tour was conducted by Oleh Verbovyi, First Secretary of the Permanent Mission of Ukraine to the International Organizations in Vienna who unveiled the most existing stories about the United Nations in Vienna and exposed hidden corners and corridors of the building designed by the Austrian architect Johann Staber and constructed between 1973 and 1979 north of the river Danube.
From 27 May to 7 June 2019, the Vienna International Centre (VIC), commonly known in Austria as "UNO City" where around 5,000 employees from more than 125 countries work at the United Nations organizations based in Vienna, hosts an extraordinary art exhibition "UA: Identity Reloaded".
On 19 December Ukrainians celebrate the Saint Nicholas Day. This Saint is considered to be a patron for children. They adore this holiday while on this day the Saint comes with magic gifts and leaves them at night under the pillow.