The exhibition ‘The war. A female gaze’ is presented from February 24 at the Paris City Hall by the association Stand With Ukraine as a tribute to the role of Ukrainian women in the war launched against their country. The event will partner with the festival Odesa Photo Days, created in 2015 to promote contemporary Ukrainian photography internationally and the Franco-Ukrainian association Amuse A Muse, which works to strengthen cultural ties between France and Ukraine. The project is also supported by the Paris City Hall and the Ukrainian Embassy in France.
A year ago, on February 24, 2022, people in Ukraine were woken by the sound of bombs and anxious calls from friends and relatives. Russia had just started a full-scale war against Ukraine, attacking its values and freedom. This war i...
Stand With Ukraine is organizing on February 20 with the Paris City Hall an evening celebrating the role of Ukrainian women in the war. In Ukraine or as refugees abroad, Ukrainian women are changing the perception of their role in Ukrainian society by enlisting in the army, playing an active role as volunteers or integrating communities in other countries.
Will war and reconstruction be the opportunity to redefine the place of women? What obstacles are they facing, and how can they change Ukraine for the better?
A first round table will be animated by Oleksandra Matviïtchouk (Director of the Center for Civil Liberties, winner of the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize), Iryna Tsilyk (film director and writer, winner of the Directing Award at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival) and Maria Berlinska (c...
For several months Vladimir Putin’s regime has been carrying out attacks targeting the Ukrainian electrical grid and municipal heating systems. In other words, Russia wants Ukraine to freeze this winter.
During its retreat from Kherson, the Russian army took pains to destroy the city’s entire electrical system as well as the hot water distribution network. In addition, Russian strikes have damaged the windows of countless buildings in cities all over Ukraine.
With winter temperatures that can remain negative for many weeks, millions of Ukrainians – in particular families with young children and the elderly – are in a situation of extreme vulnerability.
Stand With Ukraine was created in France, working with the Ukrainian authorities, to support the people of Ukraine in their figh...