PANEL DISCUSSION "A Question of Genocide: How to Qualify Atrocities Being Committed by Russia in Ukraine?"
of Fulbright Alumni, experts in the legal and historical dimensions of the concept of "genocide." 18th May 2022 It was very timely to exchange views on the qualification of atrocities committed by Russian military against Ukrainians since 24th February 2022 in the frame of full-scale aggression of Russia against Ukraine.
ZOOM-lecture: Sarah McIntosh "Using law to access justice and accountability for mass atrocities"
Meeting with Sarah McIntosh, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; organized by the Centre for Genocide and Human Rights Studies and KMA Moot Court Society, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
Time: May 13, 2022 06:00 PM;
ZOOM-webinar: “New Approaches to the Holodomor-Genocide Research ”.
Time and place: 17:30-19:00 EET, 28 January 2022.
The webinar looked into the new approaches to the Holodomor-genocide research, namely monopolistic parties as perpetrators of genocides, examining genocidal intentionality in the areas of victim selection and purpose of the violence, targets of the Soviet genocide in Ukraine, the effects of the Holodomor.
ZOOM-lecture: Professor Rene Provost "The Role of the United Nations and International Criminal Court in the Russian War against Ukraine".
7th International Academic Conference “International Legal Aspects of Liquidation of Consequences of Armed Aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine”
(dedicated to 10th anniversary of the Centre for International Human Right, Faculty of Law, NaUKMA), 12th March 2021
- Research Exchange Cooperation for Academics in Belarus
- Professor Rene Vark delivered guest lectures on International Humanitarian Law
- Professor Lauri Malksoo taught a guest course "International and European Human Rights Law"
- Director of CIHR Dr Myroslava Antonovych delivered a lecture "Specificity and Commonality of the Holodomor in the World Context of Genocides"