Aug 182020
 

The “Children of Siberia” Foundation has prepared a traveling exhibition “Memories of Children Deported to Siberia on March 25, 1949”. The exhibition will be exhibited in Latvian schools and libraries, the opening of the exhibition will take place in the Occupation Museum. Exhibition materials can be viewed here >>> Traveling Exhibition 1949 – 2020

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Jul 212020
 

This year, as always, took place commemorative event of exilation during June 14, 1941. In Presidents castle come together those who were exiled to Siberia in 1941 and winners of drawings and essays contests.

Photos from Latvia President’s flickr archive.

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Jul 212020
 

Concert “For the Deportees“, shown on ReTV on June 13, 22 and June 14, 12:30,
dedicated to children deported to Siberia in 1941,
In the old St. Gertrude’s Church.
The length of the concert is 44 minutes.
Latvian Radio Choir.
Conductor S. Kļava,
Soloist I.Reine,
Organ A.Reinis

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Jul 192020
 


“The children of Siberia. We remember,” 58 minutes. Year 2020.
Director: Arta Giga
Editing director: Armands Zvirbulis
Producer: Dzintra Geka-Vaska
2001 marked the 60th anniversary of the June 14, 1941 deportation. A live conference was held on Latvian television.
Since then, there have been annual conferences, expeditions to Siberia, and films have been made.
Reviewing the archives of the Siberian Children, it seemed interesting to create an informative and emotional memorial film featuring the Siberian children,
performances by historians and excerpts from films, trips.
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Jul 172020
 

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Filma “Katra diena simtgadē. Gadalaiki” pieteikta lielā Kristapa konkursam.

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Jun 232020
 

In Israel, on June 14, an event was held at the Latvian Embassy in honor of Dzintra Geka’s book “Shalom, Siberia!” to come out. The book tells about the deportations of Latvian Jews to Siberia. Participants of tragic events gathered at the embassy. Story by Eleanor HRISMAN  from http://www.isrageo.com/2020/06/22/shalonsibir/

The meeting in Tel Aviv, which took place almost 80 years after the tragic events of 1941, was launched by the Latvian Ambassador to Israel with a story about her father, who met his majority in a freight train, taking him to an Siberian exile:

– On March 25, 1941, my father was put on a train bound for Siberia, and on March 26 he was 18 years old. So gloomy was his coming of age. In that year, not only Latvians were expelled, it affected the inhabitants of the country of all nationalities, and one of the largest groups to be expelled was Jews – 1,500 families. The NKVD lasted one month to bring the “party decisions” to life, and you are living witnesses of those tragic events. The book “Shalom, Siberia!”, The publication of which was made possible thanks to the efforts of Dzintra Geka and the Children of Siberia Foundation, contains the memoirs of Jews deported from Latvia to Siberia in 1941 and 1949, and is another documentary evidence of the tragic events of Latvian history 20- century.

Латвия-Израиль – истории сибирской ссылки

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Jun 122020
 

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Intervija. Dzintra Geka un Rafails Rozentāls Rīta Panorāmā.

Fonda “Sibīrijas bērni” organizētie pasākumi 14. jūnija represēto piemiņai.

11:00 Prezidenta pils. Zīmējumu un Sacerējumu konkursu laureātu apbalvošana. Tikšanās ar represētajiem.

12:30 Ziedu nolikšana pie “Bārenītes ” pieminekļa

13:30 Okupācijas muzejā grāmatas “Šalom. Sibīrija!” atvēršana

14:15 LTV1 pirmizrāde. “Sibīrijas bērni. Mēs atceramies” 

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Jun 042020
 

Paldies visiem skolēniem, kuri piedalījās šīgada sacerējumu konkursā, visiem skolotājiem un vecākiem, kuri mudināja to darīt.  Uzzinātā informācija par izsūtījumu un trimdu, savas ģimenes vai paziņu atmiņu uzklausīšana atkal bijis nozīmīgs ieguldījums, lai labāk izprastu mūsu tautai tik svarīgās vēstures lappuses. Žūrija  godalgotās vietas piešķīra tiem autoriem, kuru sacerējumos ir pašu redzējums, pašu izdarīti secinājumi, vienlaikus meklējot veidu, kā oriģināli pasniegt savu viedokli. Ļoti svarīgi, lai rakstītājs būtu censties izjust iepriekšējo paaudžu pārdzīvojumus un  lai lasītājs justu, ka rakstot  sirds pukstējusi līdzi.

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Piedāvājam iepazīties ar 2020. gada Sacerējumu konkursa uzvārētāju darbiem.
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Jun 032020
 

New Dzintra Geka film “We remember”  will be on air at June 14, at 14:15  Latvian TV1.

We are offering to see fragments

Birznieks at Siberian village Ustjport.

Guntis Ulmanis. Conference.

Dancers and Dzidra

 

May 252020
 

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Sibīrijas bērnu fonda 2020.gada sacerējumu konkursa rezultāti

1.grupa – no 7 līdz 10 gadu vecumam

1. vieta- Emīlija Klapare
2. vieta- Viktorija Miksone
3. vieta- Kārlis Ašmis, Kristiāns Suhovs

2. grupa – no 11 līdz 15 gadu vecumam

1. vieta- Sandija Spundiņa
2. vieta- Luīze Burmistrova
3. vieta- Arvins Norouzi

3.grupa – no 16 līdz 19 gadu vecumam

1. vieta- Laura Grigule
2. vieta- Megija Lukjanoviča, Roberts Rūdolfs Apiņš
3. vieta- Anna Popova

Speciālās balvas

Elīna Bērziņa
Kate Cela
Roberts Rūdolfs Apiņš
Ingars Jēkabsons
Laura Grigule
Kārlis Kalvāns
Arvins Norouzi

Speciālās balvas pasniedz:

Konkursa žūrijas komisijas vadītāja Liveta Sprūde – Elīnai Bērziņai
Profesore Ina Druviete – Katei Celai
Žurnāla “Ir” galvenā redaktore Nellija Ločmele – Robertam Rūdolfam Apiņam
Žurnāla “Mājas Viesis” galvenā redaktore Dace Terzena – Ingaram Jēkabsonam
Laikraksta “Diena” Kultūras nodaļas žurnāliste Inese Lūsiņa – Laurai Grigulei
Žurnāla “Laiks” galvenā redaktore Ligita Kovtuna – Kārlim Kalvānam, Arvinam Norouzi

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