The landscape of Ukraine and the lives of the Ukrainian people have faced disruption since conflict with Russia erupted in 2014. Disruption became catastrophe when Russia staged a full-on military invasion of Ukraine in February 2022. Over 6 months later, the conflict and its impact continues. At this full-day, in-person workshop, intended for middle, high school and community college educators, we will discuss Ukrainian history, the foundation of the Ukrainian state and its democratic development, Ukraine-Russia relations and the current state of the war.
The cost of participation is $25/person. Checks made out to Presidents and Fellows of Harvard College can be mailed in advance to the address below or provided the day of the workshop. A light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Ten PDPs will be awarded to all participating educators.
c/o Davis Center
1730 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
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