We are glad to present a video that is the result of the project “Vilcha – the resettled village”! The Ukrainian and German participants of the project have made a lot of efforts to create the film about the people, who resettled from the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and from the zone of the military conflict in Ukraine. Enjoy the video!
From 28th February to 6th March 2018, the second part of the project “Vilcha – the resettled village” was held in Germany. Staying in Germany, the participants had several meetings with representatives of various organizations the activities of which relate to work with resettled people.
On 20th December at V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, the presentation of the conception of a resource media center for people with visual impairments was held. The presentation of the media center was the final stage of the project “Raising of chances for getting education for young people with disorders of sight”.
On 13th November, a presentation of the book “Ukrainian Minstrels” was held on the International Day of the Blind. The uniqueness of the book is that it is published in a universal design: on the pages of the book, the story of kobza playing art is printed in an enlarged ordinary print and in Braille.
Within the project “Raising of chances for getting education for young people with disorders of sight” the Ukrainian delegation visited German modern resource-educational centre Blista which provides educational and rehabilitation services to people with sight disorders.
“No matter what anyone says, Chernobyl, its consequences reveal even now, especially in the time when the Ukrainian society is facing the problem of forced resettlement again. "The opinion of post-graduate of Research Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Tatiana Matskiv about her own experience of taking part in the project “Vilcha –the resettled village”
We have heard not fictitious novels I love to read, and not a Hollywood film, but the real stories of people who managed to take a place in my heart for such a short time. The history of this village will not leave anyone indifferent.