Kyiv Lviv Kharkiv Odesa
March 27
12:00 PM
KYIV– Andrii Sirchenko, The War Fragments Museum Co-Founder (in person);

– Tetiana Fiks, The War Fragments Museum Co-Founder (in person)

– Olena Rozvadovska, Chairman of the Board and Co-founder of the Voices of Children Charitable Foundation (in person);

– Myroslava Linska, author of an artifact (in person)
How to record the tragic events of the war, and why is it important?

Briefing with the War Fragments Museum project team

Topics of focus:

– How to tell the world about the war events from the stories of ordinary people survived the occupation stories perspective?
– Communicating with the world community about the war – how to tell the stories of ordinary people?
– Transformation of traumatic experiences and symbols of Ukrainian courage and resilience – why is art a powerful tool?
– The process of searching for and collecting stories, traveling to the de-occupied territories
– The team chose three foundations to support: SupportAzov, AzovStal Families, Voices of Children
Why is it interesting?
The project turns war artifacts into art objects to raise funds for the needs of civilians who have suffered the most. The team aims to raise between $1 million and $10 million to support the children of fallen soldiers and residents of war-affected regions.

For reference:
The War Fragments Museum is a virtual museum online platform that visitors from anywhere in the world can have access to. The exposition is formed by personal belongings collected from all regions of Ukraine over the last 365+ days of the ongoing war.
1:00 PMKYIV– Denis Podyachev, UkrSocStandart project manager (in person);

– Nataliia Shaikhutdinova, Center for Social and Cultural Development NGO (in person);

– Svitlana Fedorchenko, psychologist at Mariupol City Lyceum (in person)
Presentation of “How the siege of Mariupol affected people” research

Why is it interesting?
The data on the residents of Mariupol who became victims of genocide committed by the russian army will be published during the presentation.
The data obtained during the study will help to substantiate further the responsibility of the russian federation for war crimes to the international community, draw attention to the health of those who survived the blockade, and analyze the readiness to reside in the city after Ukraine regains its control.