At the end of the third day of the Ecumenical Social Week, moderators of roundtable gathered to summarize. Natalia Bordun, head of the Institute of leadership and management UCU generalized performances during the seminar-sharing "International and domestic experience in cross-sectoral partnership", the main theme of which was the experience of microcredit. Working Group initiated a fund in Ukraine that will provide microloans to people who are at risk of poverty, as well as those who want to start their own business, but do not have enough financial resources.

The next speaker was Fr. Ihor Shaban, with the results of the round table on "The Role of Churches in the development of civil society." The speaker stressed that civil society is based on three key concepts that were heard during the roundtable: freedom, witnessing by example and responsibility. Therefore, the Church should pay attention to them. Also at the round table were discussed issues of conflicts and it was determined that an essential element of civil society is a free citizen with an active life position.

Oksana Magura, the moderator of the session "The development of a democratic society through equal opportunities" finished discussion. Participants of this session came to a common conclusion that one does not create democracy, while democracy is a social process that provides equal opportunities for the development of a unique people.