Wed. 25 September 2019, 4-5pm
Valentina Kuryliw presentation to the Faculty of Education, University of Alberta, Edmonton. (Room 358/366 Ed South – 87 Ave NW) Open to social studies professors, graduate students, undergraduate majors and minors and Social Studies Consultants. “Connection between the new resource Holodomor in Ukraine and SS 20.
Thurs. 26 September 2019, 7-9pm
Edmonton Book Launch for Holodomor In Ukraine, the Genocidal Famine 1932-1933: Learning Materials for Teachers and Students by Valentina Kuryliw. St. John’s Cultural Centre Board Room, 10611 – 110 Avenue, Edmonton. 780-492-2972 or 780-414-1624.
Tues. 1 October 2019
Announcement of the winners of the 2019 HREC Educator Award for Holodomor Lesson Plan Development.
Fri. 5 October 2019, 10am
Valentina Kuryliw presents on a panel on curriculum for the Holodomor Forum in Philadelphia (4-6 October) at the Renaissance Philadelphia Airport Hotel, 500 Stevens Drive, Philadelphia, PA. Sponsored by the U.S. Committee for Ukrainian Holodomor-Genocide Awareness.
Thurs. 17 October 2019, 7-9pm
Valentina Kuryliw is Keynote Speaker at the opening of the Social Studies Saskatchewan Conference “Genocide: Then and Now” (17-19 October) at the Grant Hall Hotel in Moose Jaw, SK. Organized by Social Studies Saskatchewan and the Manitoba Social Studies Teachers’ Association. This year’s Social Studies Saskatchewan (SSS) PD event addresses the impact of 20th century genocides (Armenia, Cambodia, the Holodomor, the Holocaust, and Rwanda) and more recent events (Burundi, Iraq, Myanmar, and South Sudan), as well the lasting effects of colonialism on the First Nations.
Fri. 18 October 2019, 7pm
Saskatoon Book Launch for Holodomor In Ukraine, the Genocidal Famine 1932-1933: Learning Materials for Teachers and Students by Valentina Kuryliw. Co-sponsored by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) of Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Teachers of Ukrainian and the University of Saskatchewan Ukrainian Students Association. McNally Robinson bookstore, 3130 8 St E, Saskatoon. Contact: UCC Saskatchewan Office 1-888-652-5850.
Sun. 20 October 2019, 6pm
Valentina Kuryliw will be honoured with the Markian Ochrymovych Humanitarian Award by the Ukrainian Canadian Social Services at a banquet in the Old Mill Inn, 21 Old Mill Road, Etobicoke, ON.
Fri. 2 November 2019, 4-5pm
Valentina Kuryliw is presenting on a panel, #13, “Workshop Session B (2): Human Rights – An International and Canadian Perspective,” about education for non-Ukrainians at the 2019 Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) Triennial Congress in Ottawa at Delta Hotels by Marriott, Ottawa City Centre, 101 Lyon St. N., Ottawa.