On February 24, another historical webinar of “Tkuma” Institute, Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine”, and “Orion” Publishing House took place. The event on “Resistance to Occupation” was dedicated to the Day of Resistance to the Occupation of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol.
Speakers were Alim Aliiev, Deputy Director of General Director of the Ukrainian Institute, co-founder of the public organizations “Crimea SOS” and “Crimean House”, a member of the “PEN Ukraine”; Serhii Hromenko, Candidate of Historical Sciences, columnist of “Crimea. Realities” / “Radio Svoboda”, author of 5 books on the history of Crimea, Laureate of the V Jerzy Giedroyc Literary Award International Competition (2011), finalist of the All-Ukrainian rating “Book of the Year 2019” (Kyiv); Svitlana Kayuk, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of Oles Honchar Dnipro National University (Dnipro); Dr. Igor Shchupak.
Among the questions discussed during the historical webinar: What was Russia's policy towards Crimea in the XIX-XXI centuries? How did the Russian aggression in Crimea occurred, and what was the resistance? Could Crimean Tatars save Crimea from Russian Federation occupation? When and under what conditions can the deoccupation of Crimea happen? Etc.
The video of the webinar is by the link below.