Students (bachelors, masters and postgraduate students) are allowed to take part in the competition both individually and as part of the author’s team, but not more than two people. Works must be written in Ukrainian and not have awards from other competitions.
The competition is held in two stages:
- The first stage is the submission of applications. Those wishing to take part in the Competition fill in the electronic form with the application and annotation of the competition work by February 28, 2022. The jury considers the submitted applications with annotations; then, based on the results of the evaluation, the Jury sends an invitation to the selected applicants to participate in the second stage by March 15, 2022.
- The second stage is the submission of scientific papers to the Jury. Participants who have passed the first stage send the competition work (see Annex 1) to the e-mail address email@example.com till May 31, 2022 inclusive.
From June 1 to June 30, 2022, the jury evaluates the received works and determines the winners. In the period from July 1 to July 17, 2022 the winners of the Competition will be announced. To award the prizes, winners will be invited to Kyiv, where a public presentation of their work and awards will take place.
The winners will receive, in particular, diplomas and cash prizes: 15,000 hryvnias for first place, 7,000 hryvnias for second place and 4,000 hryvnias for third place.
Participants are informed on the results of both stages of the Competition via letter to the email address indicated during registration, and the general results are posted on the website www.maidanmuseum.org.
More details (provisions on the IV competition, requirements, application for participation) can be found at the link.
“The three things we will look for in these works are critical thinking, civic attitudes and civic competencies, or civic education. In fact, these studies give us the answer to the question: what should we do next? Whatever we study, the conclusions that will be made by a researcher – qualitative, critical, scientific, systematic – should lead to a simple but meaningful algorithm that will be clear to both schoolchildren and officials,” – noted co-founder of the Open University of Maidan, founder of the First Platform for Distance Civic Education OUM Online Ostap Stasiv.
The National Memorial Complex of Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred – Museum of the Revolution of Dignity and the public organization “Family of Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred” initiated the establishment of the Serhii Kemskyi Decoration within the framework of the common project “Heroes Decorations”.
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