During the 20th Docudays UA International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival, you will have a unique opportunity to take a look inside the Ukraine War Archive. The platform, which is usually closed to the outside eye, will reveal some of its materials.
For over a year, the Ukraine War Archive has been accumulating and cataloguing materials from partner media and NGOs, collecting information from open sources, and interviewing people in the liberated territories.
Feel like a researcher and look into an archive storing millions of photo, video, and audio materials. The guides to the Ukraine War Archive are our analysts who actually catalogue the historic material.
The event will be interesting for:
– human rights advocates;
To see it, you can register online or approach the viewing room coordinators.
The Ukraine War Archive is an informational non-commercial platform which combines all forms of digital materials collected since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. We catalogue all the materials to preserve history and represent the events fairly in the legal and public discourse. The Ukraine War Archive is implemented by NGO Docudays and Infoscope.
The Ukraine War Archive project is supported by the Embassy of Sweden in Ukraine, Razom for Ukraine. Together towards victory!, and the Czech organisation People in Need, as a part of the SOS Ukraine initiative.
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Opening hours: 3–8 June, 12:00–8:00 p.m.