“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

ALL-UKRAINIAN EDUCATIONAL SEMINAR OF “TKUMA” INSTITUTE FOR TEACHERS

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE OF THE GERMAN-UKRAINIAN HISTORICAL COMMISSION

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

“MARATHONS ARE OF LIVING” FOR YOUTH ON THE HOLOCAUST HISTORY

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

INTERNATIONAL CREATIVE WORKS CONTEST FOR TEACHERS, SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, POSTGRADUATES "LESSONS OF WAR AND HOLOCAUST

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

INTERNATIONAL INTERRELIGIOUS YOUTH SEMINAR "THE ARK"

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

EDUCATIONAL SEMINAR FOR UKRAINIAN TEACHERS IN YAD VASHEM (JERUSALEM, ISRAEL)

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

“TKUMA” UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE FOR HOLOCAUST STUDIES

PRESENTATION OF “TKUMA” INSTITUTE PUBLICATIONS  IN COOPERATION WITH THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE OF UKRAINE

On March 2, 2017 regular educational seminar for teachers and methodologists was organized and conducted by “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies, Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine”, and Dnipro Regional Institute of Advanced Teacher Training.

On February 23, 2017 classical gymnasium “Prestige” (Rivne) welcomed meeting school of pedagogical mastery on history dedicated to the topic: “World War II and the Holocaust: Topical Historical Problems”. The educational session was held by Taras Pylypchuk, “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies multiplicator.

The session was opened by methodologist Tetiana Hreshchuk, who outlined goal, objectives and plan of the meetings. Serhii Rachynets, Principal of Rivne classical gymnasium “Prestige”, conducted presentation of educational institution as well as familiarized Rivne history teachers with the activities of teaching staff.

During February 5-11, 2017 International seminar on the Holocaust for Ukrainian educators was conducted on the base of Yad Vashem International School in Jerusalem. The group, which included heads of departments of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, university professors, members of scientific institutions, methodologists and teachers had the opportunity to get acquainted with the methods of work of one of the world’s leading centers for the Holocaust research and teaching.

On February 8–9, 2017 Kyiv hosted the 2nd all-Ukrainian methodological seminar for educators “New Ukrainian School: Knowledge about the Holodomor and other Genocides”, organized by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Holodomor Research and Education Centre in Ukraine and Holodomor Research and Education Consortium. Valentyn Rybalka, research associate of “Tkuma” Institute, was invited to participate in the seminar..

On February 9, 2017 Beit Chana” International Humanitarian Pedagogical Institute hosted interactive session for future teachers conducted by Dr. Igor Shchupak, director of “Tkuma” Institute and the Holocaust Museum. During the session “Lessons of the Holocaust, Lessons of History and Problems of Unlearnt Lessons” the main attention was paid to the psychology of people during World War II and the Holocaust, in particular, when getting into the Nazi concentration and death camps. Participants talked about the features of human behavior, participation in the resistance - both armed and spiritual. How did prisoners of concentration camps act? Could the people, who were to be shot, resist the Nazi policy of humiliation and extermination? These and other issues were under active discussion.

Special attention was given to prominent figures of psychologist Bruno Bettelheim, who had has long been a prisoner of the concentration camps of Dachau and Buchenwald. He was the author of articles and books on the psychological aspects of human existence and survival in Nazi concentration camps.

Lively discussion and active participation in discussions showed considerable interest of young people to the subject.