Фонд Шоа Університету Південної Каліфорнії сумує за втратою інтерв’юера та українського правозахисника Дмитра Гройсмана
Фонд Шоа Університету Південної Каліфорнії глибоко вражений новиною про раптову смерть Дмитра Гройсмана, українського правозахисника та інтерв’юера Фонду. Гройсман помер у понеділок 5 серпня від серцевого нападу після довгої хвороби, як про це повідомив його колега Максим Буткевич. Йому було 41.
interviewer, Ukraine, Dmytro Groisman / Thursday, August 8, 2013
Professional development seminar for Ukrainian teachers in Prague Prague―August 24, 2012―Fifteen teachers from Ukraine completed the first master teacher course of Teaching with Testimony in the Twenty-First Century, the USC Shoah Foundation’s professional development program for educators in Europe.
TWT, teacher training, Ukraine, Prague / Friday, August 24, 2012
New Ukrainian Teachers’ Resource Guide and Seminar Offers Multimedia Approach to Teaching Human Rights
A three-day seminar will be held November 22-24 in Kyiv to train Ukrainian teachers of social sciences and humanities, university tutors of law and human rights activists on the use of a new multimedia teacher’s guide titled Where do Human Rights Begin: History and Contemporary Approaches.
Ukraine, teacher training, curriculum, visual history archive / Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Новий посібник для вчителів і тренінг тренерів "Де починаються права людини" пропонує мультимедійний підхід до викладання прав людини
Ukraine, EVZ, human rights education, Holocaust education / Sunday, December 1, 2013
Former USC Shoah Foundation executive director Douglas Greenberg has begun a two-month residency at USC Shoah Foundation as part of his 2013-2014 Institute Fellowship.
Doug Greenberg, institute fellow, fellowship, rutgers, Ukraine / Friday, February 7, 2014
Over the last six weeks, I have had the unique opportunity to be the Senior Fellow at USC Shoah Foundation - The Institute for Visual History and Education. It’s been an honor for me to be here, especially since I led the Institute between 2000 and 2008. Returning to this remarkable place, having the opportunity to use the Visual History Archive, and working among dear former colleagues and new friends has been simply thrilling.
Senior Fellow, Volyn, Ukraine, op-eds / Monday, March 17, 2014
The new multimedia Ukrainian teacher’s guide Where Do Human Rights Begin: Lessons of History and Contemporary Approaches is now available as an online resource on the USC Shoah Foundation website.
Ukraine, human rights education / Tuesday, April 1, 2014
USC Shoah Foundation and leaders around the world are condemning an anti-Semitic flier given to Jews in Donetsk, Ukraine, ordering them to register with the government or face deportation and confiscation of property.
Ukraine, Stephen Smith / Thursday, April 17, 2014
All over Ukraine, testimony from the Visual History Archive is inspiring children to create remarkable artwork representing true scenes of discrimination during the Holocaust. With their artwork, each of these young Ukrainians is hoping to earn a place at an annual summer camp dedicated to building tolerance and awareness of their country’s diverse cultures.
Ukraine, testimony / Thursday, June 12, 2014
Despite the current political turmoil in their country, six teachers from Crimea traveled to Kyiv last month for a seminar on oral history and USC Shoah Foundation’s Where Do Human Rights Begin teacher’s guide, led by Ukraine international consultant Anna Lenchovska.
Ukraine, crimea, anna lenchovska, teacher training, human rights education / Thursday, July 3, 2014
This September a new school year will begin in Ukraine and the first lesson students be taught is “Ukraine is united" and the lesson will be devoted to state integrity of Ukraine. A tough issue for the country engrossed into an ongoing military conflict and terrorist attacks.
Ukraine, education, op-eds / Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Due to the ongoing political and military conflicts in their country, many students in Ukraine have something in common with Holocaust survivors: They have all experienced the fear and uncertainty of war.
Donetsk Ukraine, Ukraine, anna lenchovska / Tuesday, March 31, 2015
As Ukraine embarks on an effort to radically change its law enforcement culture, USC Shoah Foundation’s international consultant in Ukraine, Anna Lenchovska, is using testimony to teach newly trained police officers tolerance and non-discrimination.
Ukraine, anna lenchovska, testimony, training / Friday, May 29, 2015
For the second year in a row, testimony from the Visual History Archive is inspiring teenagers to illustrate true scenes of the violation of human rights during the Stalin totalitarian regime and Nazi persecution of Jews in Ukraine.
Donetsk Ukraine, Ukraine, ukrainian, anna lenchovska / Tuesday, August 25, 2015
USC Shoah Foundation regional consultant Anna Lenchovska and education expert Oleksandr Voitenko introduced the participants to the multimedia teacher’s guide "Ukrainian Famine of 1932-1933: The Human Dimension of the Tragedy."
Ukraine, anna lenchovska, teacher training / Friday, October 23, 2015
USC Shoah Foundation’s IWitness activity “Arrival at Auschwitz” was piloted in Ukraine last week with 15 students, many of whom had experienced being displaced themselves in the country’s 2014 unrest.
Ukraine, IWitness activity, anna lenchovska / Tuesday, February 9, 2016
The office of the Ukrainian ombudsman conducted a seminar for 30 teachers on the best practices of human rights education using USC Shoah Foundation’s multimedia teaching guide, Where Do Human Rights Begin: Lessons of History and Contemporary Approaches.
Ukraine / Friday, February 12, 2016
USC Shoah Foundation’s consultant in Ukraine Anna Lenchovska shared the resources of USC Shoah Foundation at a roundtable discussion for educators at the Ukraine National Museum’s Memorial to the Victims of Holodomor in Kyiv on April 7.
Ukraine, anna lenchovska, holodomor / Friday, April 15, 2016
Ukrainian students once again demonstrated their artistic skill and sensitivity to testimony for this year’s “Sources of Tolerance” summer camp in Ukraine.
Ukraine, anna lenchovska, art / Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Coinciding with the 75th anniversary of the Babi Yar massacre in Ukraine, USC Shoah Foundation has published a new IWitness activity about Babi Yar and has begun leading a brand-new IWalk at the historic site in Kiev.
visual history archive, Ukraine, kyiv, walk, anna lenchovska / Monday, September 26, 2016
USC Shoah Foundation Educational Resources Included in Ukrainian Conference on Roma in the Holocaust
Ukrainian educators can teach about the Roma using the Institute's resources and teacher's guides "Giving Memory a Future," "Encountering Memory," and "Where Do Human Rights Begin."
Ukraine, Roma Sinti, anna lenchovska / Monday, October 10, 2016
The Ukrainian high school students were trained to lead the new IWalk on Babi Yar.
Ukraine, anna lenchovska, kori street, babi yar, iwalk / Friday, October 21, 2016
Educators from Ukrainian conflict areas attended two seminars led by USC Shoah Foundation Ukrainian consultant Anna Lenchovska and education author Olexander Voitenko.
Donetsk Ukraine, Ukraine, anna lenchovska / Monday, December 5, 2016
This seminar was a part of the Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies’ "Protecting Memory" project.
Ukraine, iwalk, iwitness, anna lenchovska / Monday, April 10, 2017
Teach for Ukraine – a two-year teaching program similar to Teach for America – began training its first cohort last week, and part of that training included a workshop on IWitness and constructivist learning theory.
Ukraine, anna lenchovska / Monday, July 24, 2017
Educators learned how Holocaust survivor testimonies from the Visual History Archive can help them teach early conflict prevention and cultural sensitivity at a workshop led by USC Shoah Foundation’s Ukrainian regional consultant, Anna Lenchovska.
Ukraine, anna lenchovska / Wednesday, August 2, 2017
USC Shoah Foundation’s IWalk at the site of the Babi Yar massacre in Ukraine is helping students gain a deeper understanding of the tragedy in commemoration of its 76th anniversary this week.
Ukraine, babi yar, iwalk / Friday, September 29, 2017
Eighty-five years ago, millions of residents of Ukraine were starved to death as a result of the Soviet-era policies under Joseph Stalin’s totalitarian regime. The man-made famine of 1932-1933, also known as Holodomor, is part of my home country’s history that I grew to fully understand only through my work at USC Shoah Foundation.
Ukraine, famine, holodomor, Inna Gogina, op-eds / Tuesday, December 4, 2018