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Welcome to the Ukraine War Archive viewing room

24 May 2024

Last year, the War Archive team opened access to the platform for public viewing for the first time. At the 21st Docudays UA, you will once again have the opportunity to look into an archive storing millions of photo, video, and audio materials.

 

This year, an updated database and an overview of the Archive's new tools will be available. In particular, access to the database of Telegram channels will be available, which allows the user to trace the original post and see when and where a message was first published.

 

The team will also present Linse, an instrument that uses AI to process video transcripts and help with information search. Everyone will have a chance to see the Ukraine War Archive, which includes over 20 million materials.

Our analysts, Yulia Tribie and Anton Tribie, who catalogue the historical materials, will be the guides to the Ukraine War Archive.

The event will be of interest to:

– human rights advocates;

– archivists;

– journalists;

– documenters;

– filmmakers;

– historians;

– researchers.

Opening hours: 1–6 June, 12:00–8:00 p.m.

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.

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The 21st Docudays UA is held with the support of the Embassy of Sweden in Ukraine, the US Embassy in Ukraine, International Media Support, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Ukraine, the Embassy of Estonia in Ukraine, the Polish Institute in Kyiv, Institut français d'Ukraine, Danish Cultural Institute, the Czech Centre in Kyiv, and the Embassy of Hungary in Kyiv. The opinions, conclusions, or recommendations do not necessarily reflect the views of the governments or organisations of these countries. Responsibility for the content of the publication lies exclusively on the authors of the publication.

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