On March 16, 2021, the Bykivnia Graves National Historical and Memorial Reserve took part in an event dedicated to the presentation of Ukraine's tourist opportunities for guests from Poland. The organizers were the Polish Tourist Chamber and the State Agency for Tourism Development of Ukraine. The event gathered about 80 participants interested in traveling to the central regions of Ukraine.
At the end of 2020, with the financial assistance of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Ukraine, a collection "Places / place of memory in the Polish-Ukrainian dialogue of mutual understanding (to the 80th anniversary of the Katyn crime)" was published. The researchers of the National Historical and Memorial Reserve are among the authors of the collection.
In her story about the fate of those whose lives belonged to the theater and ended in 1937-1938 by a criminal verdict of the authorities, the lecturer will reveal the peculiarities of working with archival documents and present her own reflections on the processes of Sovietization of Ukrainian society and their consequences.