UJE Timeline wins four international web design awards while countering Russian propaganda

The say what! team and our long-time creative partners at PMS are honoured to announce that the epic bilingual historical website, the UJE Timeline for the Ukrainian Jewish Encounter (UJE), has won recognition from the international design community while countering Russian propaganda regarding the centuries-old relationship between Ukrainians and Jews on the territory of Ukraine.

Since its launch in September 2022, the UJE Timeline has earned international recognition by winning multiple awards.
Web Excellence award
w3 awards for Website (3 silvers)
• Non-profit
• Best Structure and Navigation
• Best Visual Appeal — Aesthetics


“We are delighted that the UJE Timeline has received these prestigious awards. It is a testament to the hard work of creating an online resource that informs the public about Ukrainian-Jewish relations and underscores our motto, ‘Our stories are incomplete without each other.'”

James C. Temerty
Founding Chairman of the Ukrainian Jewish Encounter.


On October 14, 2023, UJE ran full-page ads in the New York Times, Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, National Post, and Haaretz to announce this international recognition.:

As Ukraine defends its very existence against Russia, the UJE Timeline serves to counter the malicious and false narratives about Ukraine and its history. The Timeline demonstrates that Ukraine is home to diverse peoples and, for centuries, one of the world’s oldest and largest Jewish communities.

New York Times ad

We invite you to visit the Timeline, and if you would like to find out how you can support Ukraine against the criminal invasion by Russia, please visit Unite with Ukraine.

Take care, and let us know how we can help you bring your important information to the world.


All the best and let’s support Ukraine

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