Promote Freedom Foundation Announces Competition for Projects to Commemorate MH17 Passengers


The Promote Freedom Foundation has announced a grant to create and implement an art project to commemorate the passengers of Flight MH17 shot down by Russian-backed militants in the sky over Donbas in 2014.

The Russian Federation still denies its involvement in the crash, and relatives of the victims demand that justice be restored through courts: to find those responsible for the tragedy and hold them liable.

To honour the memory of 298 passengers of Flight MH17, a grant was announced for projects in the following areas: art, architecture, performance, exhibition, design, etc.

A grant of up to EUR 5,000 can be provided to citizens and residents of the European Union and Ukraine.

Project proposals must be submitted by 15 July and implemented by 20 July 2021.

More information about conditions for participation in the competition:

Proposals should be sent to:,

Bohdan Marusyak

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