Workplan and Output

HoH receives advice from an international advisory board and collaborates closely with its partners. Over the course of the project, a launch event, several expert meetings and learning events will be hosted, to facilitate exchanges of knowledge and best practices between researchers, institutes, and educators. The project’s team members will participate in and present their research at various international conferences and public events. As a capstone to the project, they will organise an international conference.

Throughout the project, team members collect data for the digital repository of educational materials and the MOOC. The repository will be made accessible to end users during the project, and team members will continue to add materials. In the final stages of the project, end users and partners will be involved in a pilot phase, testing the materials and helping to tailor these to their specific needs. HoH’s researchers also investigate educational materials and practices, and, on the basis of their findings, will produce a final policy report and set of recommendations for educators and policy makers working with legacies of hunger in education and heritage. Other written output includes two PhD dissertations, scientific articles, publications aimed at a general audience, and blog posts on the project website.

A detailed version of the project’s design (including a workplan and PERT chart) can be found here (pdf, 285 kB).


Famine Monument (Swinford, Co. Mayo)


Käthe Kollwitz, Cover for Soviet Russia (October 1922)


Holodomor National Awareness Tour, Canada-Ukraine Foundation (Ontario & Manitoba)