During September 27–28, the round table on “German minority as a topic in Ukrainian school and university education” was held in Ivano-Frankovsk within the frameworks of ХХVI conferences of the Association of Ukrainian Germans. “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies was also invited to the participation. During the event, new approaches of the “German stories” coverage in textbooks of national and world history were discussed.

On September 20, presentation of “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies new publications “History of the War and tragedies and battles of historians around them” was held within the frameworks of the Lviv Book Forum. The event was held at the main reading room of the Scientific Library of t Ivan Franko Lviv National University. Dr. Yehor Vradii, deputy director of “Tkuma” Institute and researcher Valentyn Rybalka held the meeting.

On September 06, working session of the Ukrainian-German Historical Commission was held at “Tkuma” Institute. Professors Martin Schulze Wessel (co-chair of the Commission), Guido Hausmann (both – Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich), Prof. 19. Jutta Scherrer (Higher School of Social Sciences, Paris), Dr. Kai Struve (Institute of History of Martin Luther University, Berlin), Prof. Yaroslav Hrytsak (co-chair of the Commission, Ukrainian Catholic University), Prof. Yuri Shapoval (The National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine), Prof. Oleksandr Lysenko (Institute of History of Ukraine, The National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine), Dr. Ricarda Vulpius (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)), Prof. Polina Barvinska (Odessa I.I.Mechnikov National University), Prof. Frank Sysin (University of Alberta, Canada), Dr. Igor Shchupak participated in the Commission’s work.

On September 04, the International conference for museum workers “Didactics of Historical Museums: Modern Teaching Methods for Critical Comprehension of History”, organized by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Office in Ukraine with the support of “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies started at the “Menorah” Center.

During August 19–20, “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies organized a search expedition to the Holocaust places in Dnipropetrovsk region. Together with Daniel Berler, American patron and Dr. Oleksandr Kruglov, historian, researchers of “Tkuma” Institute and Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine” visited several settlements in our area to find places of Jews extermination during the Holocaust and to record interviews with witnesses of those events and their children.