Conferences

Holodomor Education Conference: “Education–Awareness–Action” 2017

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Holodomor and Curricula: Triumphs and Challenges

CONFERENCE AIMS

  • To mark the 80th anniversary of the Holodomor, Famine‐Genocide, in Ukraine;
  • To share experiences, accomplishments and challenges in achieving inclusion of the Holodomor in school curricula;
  • To present available curriculum and resources;
  • To discuss what is needed for success and establish a plan of action.

CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS

  • Holodomor Research and Education Consortium (HREC), University of Alberta;
  • National Holodomor Education Committee (NHEC), Ukrainian Canadian Congress;
  • Ukrainian Canadian Research and Documentation Centre (UCRDC);
  • St. Vladimir Institute.

PRELIMINARY TOPICS

  • Inclusion in curricula – triumphs and challenges
  • How and what to teach about the Holodomor
  • Available teaching materials
  • Examining supplementary resources
  • What we need to do to succeed

VIDEOS

Holodomor Education in Canada

Watch Holodomor Education in Canada

Holodomor Education in the US. Realities of the Present. Opportunities for the Future

Watch Holodomor Education in the US. Realities of the Present. Opportunities for the Future

Raising Awareness about the Holodomor in the USA: Work in Progress

Watch Raising Awareness about the Holodomor in the USA: Work in Progress


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The Holodomor Research and Education Consortium and the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies would like to thank the Temerty Family Foundation for its support and for making this conference possible.

WE ARE ALSO GRATEFUL TO THE FOLLOWING FOR THEIR GENEROUS SPONSORSHIP

  • Ukrainian Canadian Congress
  • National Holodomor Education Committee
  • UCC, Holodomor Education Team, Toronto
  • Ukrainian Canadian Research and Documentation Centre
  • St. Vladimir Institute
  • BCU Foundation (Buduchnist Credit Union)
  • Ukrainian Credit Union
  • League of Ukrainian Canadians