On August 02, Corey Levin, (Canada) – member of the Canadian Observation Mission of early parliamentary elections in Ukraine visited “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies.

Dear friends! Documentary "Righteous" (filmmakers – director Yevhen Titarenko and producer Natalia Khazan), created with the support of the Dnipropetrovsk regional state administration, "Tkuma" Institute, the Holocaust Museum and project "Holocaust studies in Ukraine for the formation the atmosphere of tolerance" already available for viewing. You can see the film by the link.

 

On July 12, premiere of the documentary "Righteous" was held at Dnipropetrovsk regional state administration. The film is devoted to the stories of people who rescud Jews in our region during the Holocaust. Andrii Kurlyak, advisor to the head of Dnipropetrovsk regional state administration became the initiator of the film creation. The documentary creation became possible due to “Tkuma” Institute, Museum “Jewish memory and Holocaust in Ukraine” and the joint with Yad Vashem project “Holocaust studies in Ukraine for the formation the atmosphere of tolerance” support.

Aryeh Deri, minister of Internal Affairs of the State of Israel met with Volodymyr Zelensky, president of Ukraine in Kyiv. Arsen Avakov, minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine; Joel Lion, ambassador of the State of Israel in Ukraine; Shmuel Kaminetzki head of the Rabbinical Council of Ukraine, chief rabbi of Dnipro and other officials took part in this meeting. During this meeting, in particular, heads of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and Israel signed a declaration on cooperation intensification, which should put an end to misunderstanding at border crossing by citizens of both countries.

On July10, International forum “Those who return the faith to a human: Righteous among the Nations in Dnipropetrovsk”, organized by the Dnipropetrovsk regional state administration together with “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies and Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine” was held in Dnipro. The event gathered more than 60 guests from Dnipro and region – scientists, museum workers, public figures, and veterans of World War II.