Saving Ukrainian Heritage

Webinar Series
Presented by the Global Alliance for Heritage Interpretation

The Global Alliance for Heritage Interpretation, with support from its seven partners (Interpretation Network New Zealand, Interpretation Australia, Interpret Europe, Interpretation Canada, InterpatMX, the Association for Heritage Interpretation, and NAI), is hosting a series of free webinars highlighting Ukrainian heritage. The goal is to educate and gain appreciation for Ukrainian culture and heritage and encouraging donations to the cause.  

Join us in showing support for Ukraine with this special edition webinar series. NAI defines interpretation as “A purposeful approach to communication that facilitates meaningful, relevant, and inclusive experiences that deepen understanding, broaden perspectives, and inspire engagement with the world around us." We are bringing you this webinar series with GAHI, focusing on Ukrainian heritage which you can share with your peers, friends, neighbors, everyone! We wish to create awareness, inspire hope, and gather donations to the survival of Ukrainian culture and interpretation. The webinars will be one hour via Zoom, and will be live-streamed on the NAI facebook page.

With love to nature for sustainable future

Friday, November 11 
8:00 am Pacific / 11:00 am Eastern / 16:00 BST 
We live in Rzhyshchiv region in approx 100 km from Kyiv on the bank of river Dnipro in a very picturesque landscape part of which is preserved in 2 nature reserves. 
We are different people with the mixed backgrounds. There are economists, engineers, environmentalists, journalists, teachers, entrepreneurs, artists and craftsmen among us.
What unites us is love to our land, natural and cultural heritage and a wish to build a bigger and more sustainable community that will preserve precious environment and traditional culture for the future generations. We invite you to our small presentation where we will tell you about the life of our community
This series is free, but you do need to register, or watch via NAI Facebook page.