Stories of Change from Kyiv

For many in the Ukraine, the Chernobyl-disaster marked the beginning of the end of the Soviet Union. Olena Pravilo from Congress of Cultural Activists talked to people, who were children back then, about the moment when they realised that everything started to change.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LbEQZyKghGk&feature=youtu.be

Transition stories from Dnipro, Ukraine (Part II)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d__M41DI8cs

Transition stories from Dnipro, Ukraine (Part I)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tzxIj9YWCQ

Transition story from Serhiy Oliferchuk, Kiev, Ukraine

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUaeT9mh108

Jaroslav Belinskiy interview, Kyiv

As a child, Jaroslav won a trip to Switzerland in the Red Cross drawing competion, that was announced in the Pioneers Newspaper. But still in 1991 authorities tried to hide the victory from him in order not to let him travel… A story of change from Ukraine.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asIz0gqAXX0&feature=youtu.be

Andrii Chernousov: “I thought it could change the way of decision making”

At a conference in Thessaloniki in October 2015, we asked participants from Eastern and South-eastern Europe about their “Transition Moment”. Could they tell us a little story of a moment, when they realised that something was changing fundamentally in the early 90s.

Stanislav Kuvaldin: “It was the time when many roles seized to exist”

At a conference in Thessaloniki in October 2015, we asked participants from Eastern and South-eastern Europe about their “Transition Moment”. Could they tell us a little story of a moment, when they realised that something was changing fundamentally in the early 90s.

Maryna Minova: “Open borders and international cooperations are possible now”

At a conference in Thessaloniki in October 2015, we asked participants from Eastern and South-eastern Europe about their “Transition Moment”. Could they tell us a little story of a moment, when they realised that something was changing fundamentally in the early 90s.

Marta Sykut: “The change was more natural”

At a conference in Thessaloniki in October 2015, we asked participants from Eastern and South-eastern Europe about their “Transition Moment”. Could they tell us a little story of a moment, when they realised that something was changing fundamentally in the early 90s.

Tengiz Gualli (Akhmedov): “Old documents or database were missing, stolen or burned”

At a conference in Thessaloniki in October 2015, we asked participants from Eastern and South-eastern Europe about their “Transition Moment”. Could they tell us a little story of a moment, when they realised that something was changing fundamentally in the early 90s.