XV Annual I.B. Medvinsky All-Ukrainian Students’ Competition of Research and Art Works “History and Lessons of the Holocaust”
16-18 May 2015 was marked by the annual competition of students’ research and art works on the Holocaust taking place in Kyiv. This year over 50 participants have made it to the final part, all students of secondary educational establishments representing 12 oblasts of Ukraine. Next to them were represented some of their peers from Belarus and Moldova. In total the competition gathered over a 100 people: the participants, their tutors and the jury comprised of Ukrainian researchers and educators.
Following the tradition the competition in 2015 was held by Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies with the support of Euro-Asian Jewish Congress and the Embassy of the State of Israel; however, this year’s event was also supported by the Council of Europe Office in Ukraine and EVZ Foundation.
Dear colleagues! The fresh issue of information-pedagogical bulletin of UCHS «Lessons of the Holocaust», № 4 (64), October-December, 2020 has been published.[More]
We would like to present guidelines for teachers, students and anyone wishing to contribute to commemorate Ukrainian Jews and Roma, who were cruelly murdered during WWII. The book aims to help organize educational trips to local memorial sites and mass graves. It is based on the experience of the Protecting Memory Project and its participating teachers and local activists.[More]
Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies is glad to announce the Ukranian edition of “Clara’s War: One[More]
Girl’s Story of Survival” by Clara Kramer.
Reminder of the project: “Babyn Yar, memory against history’s background” We want to draw your attention to four special days in December and our Teacher’s interactive guidebook.[More]
We already wrote about the UCHS‘s new project
Now we will finally tell you more about it: Our project “(No) Child History“, which is also a travelling exhibition, tells the stories of 11 children and young adults (Jewish people, Sinti & Roma, Ukrainians) during World War 2 and Holocaust. The characters are describing their experiences with persecution, discrimination, resistance etc...By following the exhibition, you will learn about their lives, personal views and relations.[More]