On May 23, “Tkuma” Institute and Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine” were glad to welcome students from Zaporizhzhia Specialized Boarding School of the 2nd-3rd grades. “Sich Collegium of the Zaporizhzhia Regional Council”. Excursions to the Museum and Menorah Center were organized for our guests by researchers Dr. Olena Ishchenko, Valentyn Rybalka and Tetiana Selyutina. Head of Educational Programs at “Tkuma” Institute Iryna Piskariova, told students about the educational projects they can join – in particular, the annual creative works Contest for teachers, school and university students “Lessons of War and Holocaust – Lessons of Tolerance” (works will be accepted until July 15).

On April 8, on demand of history teacher Natalia Diordieva, “Tkuma” Institute organized an interactive online lesson on the Holocaust history for 10th grade students of Zaporizhzhia Multidisciplinary Lyceum № 99.

On April 14, the webinar “Formation of a culture of memory and organization of interethnic dialogue: educational youth programs in Poland” was organized by “Tkuma” Institute, the Christian community “Drzewo Oliwne” (Poland), the “Orion” Publishing House.

On February 6-7, the final of the second (regional) stage of the all-Ukrainian competition-defense of research works of students of the Dnipro branch of the Junior Academy of Sciences of Ukraine in the discipline “History” took place on the basis of the Dnipro Academy of Continuing Education. Dr. Olena Ishchenko (Section “Historical Local Lore”) and Dr. Igor Shchupak (Section “World History”) were in jury from “Tkuma” Institute. Due to the quarantine, the results were announced online; however, the jury members worked in the auditoriums.

On February 3, Vladyslav Bazylevsky and Valentyn Rybalka, researchers of “Tkuma” Institute and Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine”, visited Gymnasium #3 of the Dnipro City Council, where they conducted educational lesson for 11th-graders on the Holocaust history. The lessons were dedicated to the International Holocaust Remembrance Day and were part of the Memory Marathons project.