On November 25, the historical webinar “Holodomor of the Ukrainian people: scientific discussions and remembrance of genocide” (dedicated to the Holodomor Remembrance Day) was organized by “Tkuma” Institute, Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine”, “Orion” Publishing House, the Ukrainian Research and Education Center for the Study of the Holodomor, Museum of Resistance to the Holodomor.
Liudmyla Hrynevych, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Leading Researcher of the Institute of History of Ukraine of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Director of the Ukrainian Research and Education Center for Holodomor Studies (HREC in Ukraine) (Kyiv)
Natalia Romanets, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of the Department of History of Ukraine and Law of Kryvyi Rih State Pedagogical University, Head of the Research Department of Museum of Resistance to the Holodomor (Dnipro - Kryvyi Rih)
Valentyn Rybalka, researcher at Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine” (Dnipro)
Igor Shchupak, Candidate of Historical Sciences, director of “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies, Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine”, Honored Educator of Ukraine (Dnipro)
During the webinar, participants discussed a number of important questions: What was the scale of the Holodomor in Ukraine? Was there resistance to collectivization and the Holodomor? What might indicate the extent of resistance to Soviet genocide in the 1930s? What do the Holodomor and the Holocaust and other genocides have in common? What aspects of the history of the Holodomor should be paid special attention to in educational and museum work in Ukraine? What should Ukrainian history teachers pay attention to?
Full record of the event is by the link below: