Through games and play, children can distinguish between different emotions - some are theirs, and others can be assigned to the characters they create. The aim of this project is to work with children's emotions. To let them understand that, for example, you are allowed to be sad," – says the main guest of this week's episode – artist Kristina Lyulchenko, co-founder of the non-governmental organization „Generation U”, who tells about the project "My doll stories" (“Мої лялькові історії”), which helps refugee children in Kyiv, Kharkiv and the Irish city of Bray using doll and music therapy.

Kristina was interviewed by co-host Dīvs Reiznieks. 

This is a complete interview without translation from the Latvian Radio podcast "Drošinātājs" (“Fuse”), dedicated to the people of Ukraine and their fight against Russian aggression.

Pilna epizode (full episode in Latvian): Ar lellēm pret kara sekām | #66

Links to the full version of the podcast can be found here.