Students in Kropivnitsky created a video project for World Human Rights Day
On December 10, the international community celebrates World Human Rights Day. The
Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the first universal international human rights act, was approved on this day in 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly.
As humanity suffers the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic this year, the topic of human rights throughout the epidemic becomes crucial.
Students of medical faculty №2 and International Medical Faculty of Donetsk National Medical University, under the guidance of teachers of the department of language and humanitarian disciplines №2 Semak A.V. and Shulga N.V., decided to remind us about our rights and made video clips with their vision of the problems that face humanity and health workers today.
December 10 is an opportunity to reiterate the importance of human rights, of everyone's participation in restoring the world the way we want it to be.
On May 10, students of the Priazov Technical University visited the Donetsk National Medical University within the framework of the Inter-University project "India-Ukraine". The meeting was dedicated to the cultural monuments of India and Ukraine. A student from the group 117 Ali presented the history of the Indian Pearl - the legendary mausoleum of Taj Mahal, and Rita from group 112 - about the traditions and customs of modern India. The guest from the State Pedagogical University Maria Gilovnik familiarized the guests with the marvelous places of Mariupol and advised where to spend free time. Students of medical faculty number 3 Yana Ulyanitskaya and Ilya Agaev spoke about the history of Zaporizhska Sich - the cradle of the Ukrainian Cossacks. Students were happy to answer quiz questions, discover new facts about the history and the present of India and Ukraine, they had the opportunity to find new friends and chat with them. The project is continuing.
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