On September 4, Isydor Badasen and Danylo Karnaukh, the students of the Faculty of History of Mariupol State University, held a presentation of the board game "Mariupol step by step" for Lotta Sylwander, the Head of the Representative Office of United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Ukraine and the Secretary of State for Federal Development of the Federal Republic of Germany.
The event was held at the Central District Center for Social Services for Family, Children and Youth of Mariupol City Council as part of a demonstration of projects implemented under the UNICEF Small Grants Program.
Isydor and Danylo are members of the MSU Student History and Archeology Scientific Society, which in 2017, with the support of the Mariupol Youth Union and the United Nations Children's Fund, developed the historical game "Mariupol step by step". During the meeting, future historians reported on the work being done and explained why it is interesting for historian students to participate in similar projects and how they seek to promote the study of their hometown history by involving playing methods and active youth.
Everybody can try their hand at "Mariupol step by step" game by contacting the MSU Scientific Library, city libraries, Mariupol Youth Union, "Halabuda" and "Vezha Creative Space" spaces.