Mark your calendars for Ukrainian Institute London’s annual fundraising reception – this year commemorating the fifth anniversary of Kyiv’s Revolution of Dignity, the demonstrations on Maidan that changed the course of Ukraine’s history!
An exciting opportunity to develop your skills in shaping Ukraine’s image and perception in th
Ukrainians and Jews have lived on the same land throughout centuries and have a long history of coop
Ukrainian language classes
Ukrainian institute London has been offering Ukrainian language cl
The Ukrainian Institute in London contributed to building a separate narrative of a Ukrainian Revolu
by Lesia Scholey
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The Institute of Contemporary Art, London, (ICA), in partnership with the Ukrainian Institute in Lon
The Ukrainian Institute London published its Annual Director's Report, offering a summary of its
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“I had two options: to stay silent or to do somethig,” said Myroslava Gongadze, recallin
Peter Pomerantsev: "You can no longer fight lies with facts". Talk on June 30,2016
“... We, Ukrainians, oppose our great fear of existence...” - these were the words of Yevhen Hlibovytsky, guest speaker at the Ukrainian Institute in London on May 22. ‘Ukraine’s post-Maidan Transformation:
glass half-full or half-empty?’ was a revealing conversation about Ukraine’s future and what further steps could be taken in order to make the country prosperous. Mr. Hlibovytsky explained the particularities of Ukrainian culture
“We want more events like this,” said a Ukrainian member of the audience of the event on May 18, 2016, dedicated to the personal experience of surviving the Holocaust
The Ukrainian Institute in London presented its vision for the development of a network of Ukrainian
“Crimea is and always will be part of Ukraine,” said Refat Chubarov, leader of Crimean Tatar people, addressing the audience of some 100 people at King’s College in London on
Despite the political and economic turmoil Ukraine is going through, its literature is experiencing a period of tremendous development, such was an inspiring summary of Svitlana Pyrkalo, EBRD’s Advisor on...
“Despite a very diverse ethnic mix of my family, I feel Ukrainian, beyond any doubt,” says Olia Hercules, an author of “Mamushka. Recipes from Ukraine and beyond”. Olia spoke to...