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Winners of the Ukraine-wide contest of teaching methodological insights into human rights announced

In September – December 2016, the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union held the Ukraine-wide contest of teaching methodological insights into human rights. The Contest was held with the support of the USAID Human Rights in Action Program within the Ukraine-wide educational program “We Understand Human Rights” and with the assistance of the Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights.

150 developments from 20 regions of Ukraine (except for temporarily occupied Crimea and uncontrolled territories of Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts) were received.

We express our sincere gratitude to all participants for social activism and significant contribution to the dissemination of information on human rights.

Congratulations to prizewinners and winners!

Our prizewinners are:

1st place:

Maryna Masiutina (Center for Children’s and Teenagers’ Art, the Berdiansk town, Zaporizhia Oblast)

2nd place:

Olena Bilchenko (Novokonstiantynivska School, Bratskyi District, Mykolaiv Oblast)

3rd place:

Oksana Skurska (the Viktorivka Village, Chemerovetskyi District, Khmelnytskyi Oblast).

Our winners are:

Svitlana Stelmakh (Academic Lyceum named after O. Mishukov, the Kherson City)

Veronika Vinivitieva (Secondary School no. 31, the Kryvyi Rih city, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast)

Lilia Rudenko (Secondary School no. 8, the Novoukrainka town, Kirovohrad Oblast)

Oleksandr Skleinova (Secondary School no. 3, the Nova Kakhovka town, Kherson Oblast)

Oksana Marchuk (Secondary School – Gymnasium no. 5, the Slavuta Town, Khmelnytskyi Oblast)

Iryna Kubanova (Specialized School, the Velyka Chernihivka Village, Luhansk District, Luhansk Oblast)

Oksana Humeniuk (Radekhiv School, Lviv Oblast)

Thank you for your participation and look forward to further cooperation!

Sincerely,

the Organizing Committee

The Contest was held with the support of the USAID Human Rights in Action Program within the Ukraine-wide educational program “We Understand Human Rights”

The American people, through the US Agency for International Development (USAID), have provided economic and humanitarian assistance worldwide for 50 years. In Ukraine, USAID’s assistance focuses on three areas: Health and Social Transition, Economic Growth and Democracy and Governance. USAID has provided 1.8 bln technical and humanitarian assistance to Ukraine since 1992.

For additional information about USAID programs in Ukraine, please visit our website: http://ukraine.usaid.gov or our Facebook page athttps://www.facebook.com/USAIDUkraine.

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