A Holocaust education conference in Lviv this month is confronting Ukrainians with their history of violent events against Jews.
A Ukrainian military prosecutor has suggested that Jews seek bloodshed in his country.
Volunteers have rescued dozens of Jewish headstones used to pave a street in the western Ukrainian city of Lviv.
Ukrainian Jewish organisations have protested a decision to commemorate the Koliyivshchyna rebellion, which resulted in the 1768 Uman massacre.
A Ukrainian mayor and a diplomat were documented engaging in hate speech against Jews in the village of Skole, located southwest of Lviv.
President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine condemned “any manifestations of intolerance and antisemitism” in his country following a series of neo-Nazi and other recent antisemitic events there.