On February 5-6, 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 section "History" was held. The competition took place at the Dnipro Academy of Continuing Education. Dr. Igor Shchupak was in the committee (World History Section) as the representative of “Tkuma” Institute. Due to the quarantine, the contestants announced the results of their research activities online, the jury members worked in the auditoriums.

On December 14, students of the Dnipropetrovsk branch of the Junior Academy of Sciences of Ukraine visited Kamyanske with a historical and ethnographic expedition within the framework of the educational project "Multicultural Dialogue in the Modern Ukrainian City". The event was organized by “Tkuma” Institute, Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine” with the support of the Kulturna Stolytsia program.

On December 9, “Tkuma” Institute and Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine” were happy to meet a group of schoolchildren from Dnipro. Schoolchildren of Gymnasium № 3 visited our Institutions as part of an educational project, which is implemented with the support of the Kulturna Stolytsia program and will last until the end of the year.

On December 9, students from Zaporizhzhia Lyceum “Perspective” visited “Tkuma” Institute and the Holocaust Museum. This visit was made possible by “Multicultural dialogue” program as part of the Kulturna Stolytsia program. Researcher Dr. Olena Ishchenko conducted a thematic museum lesson, which focused on the Holocaust, considering the specifics of the occupation regime in Ukraine, actions of extermination of Jews in cities (“Babyny Yars” of Ukraine), and other genocides, chronologically associated with World War II (genocide of Roma, deportation of the Crimean Tatar and other peoples of Crimea, etc.).

On December 9, “Tkuma” Institute organized a study visit of Dnipro schoolchildren – students of the Dnipropetrovsk branch of the Junior Academy of Sciences of Ukraine to Poltava.