Twenty-Five Thousand War Stories from Ukrainian Civilians Are Now Part of the Museum of Civilian Voices of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation. Share Your Story Too!
The Museum of Civilian Voices of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation is the world’s largest archive of stories from Ukrainian civilians who became victims or witnesses of the war. The Museum’s archive already has more than 25,000 stories told from first person, which have been collected since 2014.
The Museum collects and shares the Stories of Civilians to become a reliable source of information about life during the war and keep the memory of past and present events for a better future of Ukraine. The Museum is also a therapeutic project for those who have experienced the war trauma, as they can share their pain by telling their stories to other people.
The Foundation’s staff members and volunteers continue to communicate with people and record their stories. So join in and share your story too because every story matters!
You can share a story in one of the following ways:
- post your story on your Facebook page, adding the hashtags #Civilian_Voices #tell_your_story, and invite your friends to join
- use the @civilvoicesmuseum_bot chatbot in Telegram
- visit the Museum’s portal and click the “Tell a story” button at the top-right corner
- call our free hotline 0 (800) 509 001.