Conference 22. February in Tromsø - Attendants must register by 16. February

A decade since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

The impact of the war, its hybrid methods, and the relevance of justice
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On 22 February 2024, the UiT organises a full-day conference to mark ten years since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and two years of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine.

The event brings together legal scholars, political scientists, and historians to discuss the impact of the war on people and culture in Ukraine, the war’s consequences for the world’s geopolitical situation, hybrid warfare methods, and the importance of achieving justice for atrocity crimes committed in Ukraine. Among the distinguished speakers joining the event are Oleksandra Matviichuk, a Ukrainian human rights lawyer, founder and leader of the Centre for Civil Liberties – the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.

The detailed programme of the conference is available here.  Speakers’ presentations will be recorded.

  • Link to broadcast for part 1 of the program 09.15-12.00 here!
  • Link to broadcast for part 2 of the program 13.00-16.15 here!

In-person participation in the conference requires registration, register here! The registration deadline is February 16th.

Lunch and coffee will be provided to registered participants attending in person.

When: 22.02.24 at 09.30–16.15
Where: Tromsø, UiT Aud UB 132/online
Location / Campus: Digital, Tromsø
Target group: Employees, Guests, Invited, Unit
Link: Klikk her
Contact: Gaiane Nuridzhanian
Phone: +47 77 62 33 19

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