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UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.27 | Starting New Academic Year in Ukraine

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  • 20 минут
  • 9 сентября 2022

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This year, due to martial law and the threat of Russian shelling, only half of the schools will open in Ukraine. Those that will offer offline classes must have a shelter where children should hide in case of an air raid. 

Today we have stories from a teacher, a mother of two, and a university vice-chancellor about the beginning of a new academic year in Ukraine. The podcast was created with the support of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ukraine.

The translation from Ukrainian was read by: Anastasiia Levkova, Nadiia Hulchuk.

You can support our work as an independent media and podcast platform on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UrbanSpaceRadio_UA 


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UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.28 | A Bulgarian Who Moved to Ukraine Under War

The war Russia has started against Ukraine yet affects not only the lives of the Ukrainians. We recorded a live talk with Petko from Bulgaria, who was able to help thousands of Ukrainian refugees who fled to his homeland because of the Russian shelling. Since then, he made a radical decision to move to Ukraine, where the war is still going on. Petko has seen with his own eyes what happened to Bucha, Irpin, and other small towns in Kyiv oblast under the Russian occupation. Now he continues his volunteering activities from Kyiv. 

The podcast was created with the support of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Ukraine. 

You can also support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UrbanSpaceRadio_UA

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UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.26 | A Man Who Managed to Leave the Occupied Territory

This is the story of one man. But there are thousands of such stories from Ukrainian territories that are currently occupied by Russia. Today's hero left his home in June. We cannot state his first and last name for security reasons - his relatives still live under occupation. Let’s call him Oleg. He used to work as a school principal. He was afraid that one day armed Russians would come to his home and take him to the basement... 

You can support our work as an independent media and podcast platform on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UrbanSpaceRadio_UA 

The translation from Ukrainian was read by: Joe Williams.

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UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.25 | The Hopes of Ukrainian High School Grads

2300 educational institutions suffered from shelling, most located in the Donetsk and Kharkiv regions, according to the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Today's episode is dedicated to Ukrainian high school graduates – children who grew up quickly after the 24th of February.

You can support our work as an independent media and podcast platform on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UrbanSpaceRadio_UA

The translation from Ukrainian was read by: Joe Williams, Anna Romandash. Here we used recordings from YouTube channel Ukrinform TV

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UA: THE DAY THAT WE SURVIVED | ep.24 | Global Food Security: Stories of Ukrainian Farmers

Every fifth ton of Ukrainian wheat goes to bread baking in the countries of the Middle East, Africa, and Southeast Asia, but because of the Russian invasion, these volumes of products largely disappeared from the world market. Today we tell you about how Ukrainian farmers operate during the war and how Russia threatens the world using food blokade as a weapon.

Support `UA: The Day That We Survived` on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UrbanSpaceRadio_UA  The translation from Ukrainian was read by: Joe Williams, Petro Trots.

Here we used recordings from YouTube channels of Daily Ukraine and Nature Soundscapes, and Twitter of MFA of Ukraine.

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