On the 30th of November, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation closed the application process for the 11th annual competition for Zavtra.UA scholarship program aimed at contributing to establishment of the new generation of intellectual and business elites of the country that will become the starter of the future changes.
Yesterday, on the 22nd of November, EU Ambassador to Ukraine Hugues Mingarelly met with grantees of the Victor Pinchuk Foundation’s WorldWideStudies program that helps young talented Ukrainian specialists get grants to study under Master degree programs at top 200 universities of the world.
PinchukArtCentre today announced 21 artists shortlisted for the 4th edition of the Future Generation Art Prize, established by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation in Kyiv, Ukraine in 2009.
In 2017, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation will open the 33rd neonatal centre “Cradles oh Hope” in Vinnytsia. The centre will be created on the base of the Mykola Pyrohov Vinnytsia Oblast Clinical Hospital.
World’s leading neonatologists will share their experience with Ukrainian homologues at the Victor Pinchuk Foundation’s 8th academic and practice conference
On November 7 through 9, 2016, in Kyiv, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation’s project “Cradles of Hope” is holding the eighth academic and practice conference, on the subject: “Development of Neonatology at the modern stage”. The event’s goal is to make the Ukrainian neonatologists familiar with the up-to-date trends in the preterm born babies nursery.
PinchukArtCentre is pleased to present "Parcommune. Place. Community. Phenomenon", an exhibition drawn from the archival and investigative work made at the Research Department of the PinchukArtCentre.
Victor Pinchuk Foundation started annual competition under Zavtra.UA Scholarship Program for 2016/17
On October 15, 2016, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation started its 11th annual competition for the Zavtra.UA scholarship program, a nationwide initiative to support gifted youth.
Victor Pinchuk has joined the initiative to create Holocaust Memorial Center at the site of Babi Yar massacre
On the 75th anniversary of one of the most notorious atrocities of the Second World War, members of a broad international coalition gathered today in Kyiv to announce their commitment to create a new memorial and educational center in Ukraine to commemorate the massacre at Babi Yar.
With the support of the Victor Pinchuk Foundation Yad Vashem’s International School for Holocaust Studies recently launched the "Babi Yar: Teaching about the Holocaust of Jews of Kiev Learning Environment"
Prime Minister, Volodymyr Groysman, opens the day’s discussion declaring 2016 to be a year of stability and 2017 to be the year of development for Ukraine