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22 August, 2016Society
Where to go for authentic and unusual experiences in Ukraine
7 May, 2014Society
Museums holding over 917,000 exhibits are the price of Ukraine’s cultural loss in Crimea. While museum workers there try to adapt to the new circumstances, Ukraine is looking for ways to keep valuable objects
3 April, 2014Culture
“People often come to museums in the Netherlands. Just to hide away from the rain,” Yulia Lytvynets, Chief Custodian of Ukraine’s National Art Museum, says. The recent revolutionary events changed the angle from which her museum’s staff approached preserving the collection and the museum building and building horizontal relationships between museums and individuals.
18 October, 2013Culture
Festival of overtone music,exclusive handmade doll show, Brazilian bossa nova and Industrial Eden
3 October, 2012Society
Danuta Bilavich on Ukraine’s management of cultural institutions compared to Europe and America.
27 August, 2012Investigation
Ukraine’s cultural heritage is in danger of being privatized
23 December, 2011Culture
Spend the holidays with Cossacks at the Mamayeva Sloboda open-air museum
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The Ukrainian Week discussed the characteristics of information warfare in the Crimea, the prospects of civil journalism and the danger of information control over the peninsula with the researcher from Citizen Lab, University of Toronto
today, Alla Lazareva,
UAH 6,659, 11,951 and 7,451, an equivalent of $256, 450 and 280 – this is how an average Ukrainian sees desired subsistence, average wage and pension across Ukraine, according to SOCIS, a sociology center. According to the State Statistics Bureau, the real numbers are UAH 1,777, 8,725 and 2,479 respectively, or around $68, 335 and 95.
yesterday, Andriy Holub,
How have Russian counter-sanctions impacted Belarusian exports and imports?
day before yesterday, Siarhei Pulsha,
The opportunity to travel to neighboring countries without hindrance has had an effect people in the regions of Ukraine most distant from Europe – despite the war, they have begun to travel actively. The Ukrainian Week talked to Stanislav Chernohor, experienced traveller and head of the Community Development Foundation in Kramatorsk.
20 July, Yelyzaveta Honcharova,
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