Three years of Euromaidan, three years of Ukrainian
Revolution and extensive nationwide upheaval. Evidently. Three years of crisis
and war. Maybe. But three years of progress? Trying to get hold on the
Revolution’s current state and outcome, we have produced a ten-minute radio
report about Ukraine’s difficult strive for the EU.
What started the Revolution? Who started it and why?
Who is still fighting the unarmed fight for piece and democracy? Why are you, me
and everyone of us responsible for whatever Euromaidan will become from now on?
One week of research, debate and interviews revealed:
The given answers highly depend on whom you are talking to. Of course they do.
To make sense out of seemingly random personal opinions and information, we
needed to reorganize them. We dug and dug for the bigger
Creating a mosaic of voices and sounds, we painted a
picture as clear and various as possible. We spoke to human rights activists,
students, journalist and other observers. Men and Women. Ukrainians and
non-Ukrainians. Younger and rather middle-aged
Why we made it for the radio? Because half of our story
is on you. It’s shared effort – just like Ukraine and the EU reaching out for
This radio report was produced during the project:
‘Citizen Journalism and Digital Media Dialogue for Social Participation’. The
project is supported by the European Union’s Erasmus+