The competition commission selects 20 participants from different regions of Ukraine to participate in the school. The organizers refund the fare and provide accommodation and meals for the participants during the summer school, and provide educational materials for free.
Participants in the summer school can be: media representatives, university students, graduate students, young scientists, teachers of history and other social sciences and humanities, employees of museums and archives, government agencies and non-governmental organizations.
Lectures and trainings are held by invited Ukrainian experts in the field of women's history, sensitive urban planning, memory policy, cities inclusion, as well as representatives of the "Mnemonics" Center for Memory Policy.
Excursions to historical and cultural heritage sites, museum institutions and memorial complexes, as well as presentations of "Mnemonics" products are held as part of the summer school.
The concept of the school was developed by historian Tetiana Vodotyka.