Information on the situation in Ukraine

Proportion 2:3, Flag of Ukraine.You can find on this page information on the situation in Ukraine.

The list of support, initiatives, scholarships, opportunities for individual Ukrainian professionals, scholars or students in the arts and the heritage field is available HERE. The volunteers of the ICOMOS Crisis Response group will keep it updated.

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You can also stay up-to-date by following the official pages of ICOMOS Ukraine:
- Website
- Facebook page

Picto GO TO linkRead the full statement of ICOMOS on Ukraine published on 24 February 2022.

Picto GO TO linkRead the message of ICOMOS President, Teresa Patricio, on the World Heritage city of Kyiv published on 1 March 2022.

Picto GO TO linkRead the report of the ICOMOS Europe Group meeting on Ukraine on 6 May 2022.

Picto GO TO linkRead the recommendations of the ICOMOS Europe Group on the damage and loss of Ukraine's cultural heritage as a result of the invasion the countryadopted at its June 2022 meeting in Krakow, Poland. 

Picto GO TO linkRead about how ICOMOS, the Foundation to Preserve Ukraine’s Sacral Arts and World Monuments Fund has delivered 400 fire extinguishers to protect Ukraine’s wooden churches in July 2022.

Picto GO TO linkWatch the recording of the ICOMOS-ICCROM press conference "Mission Ukraine: international cooperation for the preservation of cultural heritage during the war", that took place on 14 July 2022 in Kyiv.

Picto GO TO linkRead our article on the UN Security Council Arria Formula meeting entitled "The Destruction of cultural heritage as a consequence of the Russian aggression against Ukraine - Security Council Arria Formula meeting", organised by The Permanent Mission of Albania, in cooperation with the Permanent Mission of Poland and Permanent Mission of Ukraine, on 15 July 2022. 

Picto GO TO linkRead about the joint ICOMOS-ICCROM mission to Ukraine, that took place from 9 to 16 July 2022, in order to provide support to the efforts made by the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine, as well as heritage organisations and professionals in the country.