Educational publications

  • A Collection of Best Students' Research Works in 2006-2009 printed

    Holocaust History and Lessons: A Collection of Student Research Papers, 2006-2009 - K .: Ukrainian Center for the Study of the Holocaust; Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, 2010. - 400 p.

  • Teaching materials on the history of Jews and anti-Semitism in Europe published in Ukraine

    Kiev. In March 2008 teaching materials for Ukrainian high school students on the topics of xenophobia, anti-Semitism and racism have been published.
    Being part of an international project initiated by the OSCE/ODIHR and the Anne Frank House the materials have been adapted for use in schools in several countries and are available in the official language of each partner state. In each case they were prepared and adapted with experts from the countries concerned, namely the Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies and the association "Nova Doba" for Ukraine.

  • New Books by Ukrainian Centre for Holocaust Studies in Co-operation with Anne Frank House

    In summer 2007 the Centre published two books in frames of the international project “Holocaust and Tolerance Education in Ukraine”.

  • Rachel Auerbach “On the Fields of Treblinka”

    “On the Fields of Treblinka” by Rachel Auerbach is a book of memoirs, reflections of a person who witnessed the tragedy of Warsaw Ghetto, saw the Nazi death camp in the Polish village of Treblinka in November 1945 and has worked for Yad Vashem Museum (Jerusalem) for over thirty years after the war. The present book is a translation of the first publication in Yiddish in 1947. It is the first time the memoirs appear in Ukrainian. The publication was done by Ukrainian Centre for Holocaust Studies in frames of the series “Ukrainian Library of the Holocaust” under financial support of The Rothschild Foundation Europe.


Latest News

  • Bulletin «Lessons of the Holocaust», № 2 (62), 2020

    Dear colleagues! The fresh issue of information-pedagogical bulletin of UCHS «Lessons of the Holocaust», № 2 (62), April-June, 2020 has been published.

  • Memories of the ongoing war

    On the 7th of August 2020, the Educational Human Rights House in Chernihiv hosted a discussion on the importance of remembrance culture nowadays. It has been seven years since the military conflict in Ukraine started, and it has already become a part of our history. The knowledge of these events is contributing to the national heritage and political culture. How to preserve the memories of the events that happened in the past and are happening right now? What can we learn from the examples of the Holocaust remembrance and commemoration of other horrible events that took place in the twentieth century?

  • News from the project "Babyn Yar: memory against history’s background.

    We are glad to introduce the new chapter of the Teachers' interactive guidebook "Memorable dates". Now there are more than 66 materials available for teachers, including readymade lessons, practical and educational sessions, quests, etc. that concern memorable dates. The activities we offer can be applied to classes dedicated to those dates. We will monthly post notifications about the upcoming dates to be commemorated with regards to the Babyn Yar history materials.

  • "The Holocaust and city: space of murders – space of destruction"

    The first issue of the urban studies journal "City: history, culture, society" has been published. The issue is called "The Holocaust and city: space of murders – space of destruction" and covers the topic of the Holocaust in urban spaces.

  • The official position of the Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies on the «Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center» (BYHMC) activities and projects

    Dear colleagues,

    During July and August, the Yad Vashem World Holocaust Remembrance Centre has been sending out the information of their cooperation within a shared project with the pro-Russian foundation Babyn Yar Memorial Center.

    The Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies takes a stand against the activities of this organization in Ukraine. All of you are conscious citizens who are capable of making their own decision on whether to participate in the project or not (as well as the other projects of this organization). However, we at the Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies find it important to remind the alumni of our projects and events of our position to boycott the private foundation projects financed by Russian donations