International scientific conference "Artificial famines in Ukraine in the XXth century"

Conferences 19 March 2018

 

On May 16, 2018, in Kyiv, on the basis of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, will take place the International Scientific Conference “Artificial famines in Ukraine in the XXth Century”.

The organizers invite experts on this topic to share their experiences and new researches on the history of artificial mass famines of 1921-1923, 1946-1947 and the genocide – the Holodomor of 1932-1933, to discuss new data for their further introduction into public discourse.

You can apply for participation in the conference by filling out the form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeV6BQIEuKOUWI0L8Dp8QDI5gtJV-zvkmli8C3TW9Wo7mx4Kg/viewform

Please send your articles to [email protected] until April 25, 2018.

We draw your attention to the requirements for the design of the articles. http://holodomor.com.ua/requirements.html

The organizers of the conference are: All-Ukrainian Human Rights Protection Organization “Memorial” named after Vasyl Stus, National Museum “Holodomor victims’ Memorial”, Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Ministry of Culture of Ukraine, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukrainian Institute of National Remembrance and the World Congress of Ukrainians.

PROGRAM

08:30 – Beginning of registration of participants, review of the installation.

09:30 – Movie show.

10:00 – Solemn opening, greetings of participants.

11:20 – Performances of the participants and guests.

12:30 – Press-Approach, Break.

13:00 – Work in sections (thematic panels).

14:30 – Discussion and adoption of the resolution.

15:00 – Lunch.

16:00 – Transfer to the KMU Club.

18:00 – Presenting certificates about getting grants for research.

 

Organizing Committee:

All-Ukrainian Human Rights Protection Organization “Memorial” named after Vasyl Stus

[email protected]

[email protected] 

+38 044 537 51 09

 

 

National Museum “Holodomor Victims Memorial”

[email protected]

+38 044 254 45 12