Our German-Russian-Ukrainian dialogue on contested narratives continues!
The first two online modules of our German-Russian-Ukrainian dialogue 2020 took place on 15 and 25 July with an overwhelming participation from our experts of the previous projects in 2018 and 2019. We are impressed by the continuous dedication to dialogue and exchange!
This year, we will continue deepening and expanding our dialogue process. Our participating experts will conduct a wide range of outreach activities, ranging from conducting workshops, focus group discussions and narrative interviews, to creating radio podcasts and learning kits.
We are also pleased to present you an overview of last year’s project results:
- The publication “Gaps and Overlaps – navigating through contested German-Russian-Ukrainian narratives” is now ready for download on our homepage in three languages (English I Russian I Ukrainian). We highly encourage you to spread it in your networks!
- The explanatory video is now available on our homepage and on Youtube this English version is also available with integrated German, Russian or Ukrainian subtitles.
- The text-based tool which we used to jointly work and comment on your draft publication is now available open-source and for free use under the name of “delvyDialogue”. https://demo.delvy.de/users/sign_up (English) or delvy.de (intro in German). Feel free to use it for other areas of your work as well. Simply upload your text and invite your group to work on it!
We are looking forward to an exciting year full of activities!
For further information on this project, please contact the project lead Larissa Kunze (firstname.lastname@example.org).