Saving Heritage/ Data Rescue

Also see:

  • Online-Discussion “On the Cultural Front: Ukrainian Publishers in the Time of War”, 22 August 2022:Speakers: Iryna Baturevych, co-founder of Chytomo, the independent digital magazine for the Ukrainian publishing community; Yulia Kozlovets, Coordinator of the Festival, Book Arsenal Festival; Halyna Lystvak, Lecturer, Literary editor, Independent publishing professional; Ksenya Kiebuzinski (chair), Head of the Petro Jacyk Resource Centre, co-Director of the Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine at CERES, University of Toronto. Sponsored by the Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine, CERES, and the University of Toronto Libraries
  • Declaration on the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine, Strasbourg, 1 April 2022: Council of Europe Conference of Ministers of Culture commits to, among others: “assist Ukraine as necessary in dealing with the threats to its cultural heritage and its urgent preservation by using all possibilities offered by the Council of Europe’s conventions and legal and technical framework in the area of culture and cultural heritage as well as in future action plans for Ukraine”
  • #Cloud4UkraineThe Dutch Cloud Community offers technical assistance to the Ukrainian hosting and cloud industry to help them continue their operations during the war. Ukrainian hosting and cloud companies, local and national governments and IT companies are invited to submit requests for assistance through the email address:
  • Blog on academic publishing (Ukrainian blog, in Ukrainian), run by Serhii Nazarovets, a scientometrics researcher at Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University
  • Shevchenko Scientific Society: Resources for Conservation & Historic Preservation Programs (in Ukrainian)