All-Ukrainian competition of student works on "History and lessons of the Holocaust" named after I.B. Medvinsky. The application deadline has been extended
Dear colleagues! Acceptance of applications for the annual student works on "History and lessons of the Holocaust'' named after I.B. Medvinsky has been continued!!
We are waiting for your online applications until February 10, inclusively.
We remind you that completed works must be submitted by April 10, 2023.
The presentation of the works will take place in May 2023 (depending on the security situation). Organizers will inform separately about the format of the works’ presentation. Read more about the competition and terms of participation on the our website:
When Memory Alone Remains. The Life and Death of the Jewish Community of Druzhkivka / Natalia Derevyanko. — Kyiv : Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies, 2023. — 144 p.[More]
On 25 November 2023, the day when the whole country commemorated the 90th anniversary of the commemoration of the victims of the Holodomor in Ukraine, the head of the Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies, PhD in History, Anatolii Podolskyi, gave an interview on the Kyiv TV channel dedicated to these most tragic events of the last century in the modern history of Ukraine.[More]
Together with Ms Olena Korzh, who requested and looked after the exhibition at her school, the Poltava ninth-graders managed to give excursions to almost 700 (!) people. Among them were young people, students aged 12 to 17, as well as more than a hundred teachers.[More]
Ostrozhets: the Life and Death of the Jewish Community / Petro Dolhanov. — Kyiv : Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies, 2023. — 90 p.[More]
On 17-19 November 2023, a seminar was held in Kyiv as part of the project Museums: Rethinking". For three days, participants shared experiences, chose strategies and tools to implement their innovative ideas and looked for possible ways of development. An important part of the seminar was discussions on rethinking work in the context of russia's war against Ukraine and a practical session on trauma-sensitive approaches in the field of exhibitions, events, and school projects.[More]