May 18: A Question of Genocide. How to Qualify Atrocities Being Committed by Russia in Ukraine?

The Fulbright Program in Ukraine has convened a panel of Fulbright Alumni, experts in the legal and historical dimensions of the concept of “genocide,” who will discuss its relevance today to horrific crimes being committed by Russia’s war on Ukraine.

Wednesday, May 18
6:00 PM Kyiv Time

Registration required. Join the roundtable via the Zoom link below.
Zoom link:…/tJAocO6orDgsHdDdyzpAXNWXiGmtR…


Roman Serbyn
(Professor Emeritus, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada)
Russia’s Annexationist War Against Independent Ukraine
in the Light of the 1948 UN Convention on Genocide

Gennadi Pobereƶny
U.S. Fulbright Scholar 2019-2020 in Ukraine
(Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, Cambridge, MA, USA)
(Ukrainian Free University, MĂĽnchen, Germany)
Misunderstandings of the genocide concept and the challenges of qualifying crimes in Ukraine

Myroslava Antonovych
Fulbright Visiting Scholar 1995-1996
(National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine)
(Ukrainian Free University, MĂĽnchen, Germany)
Ongoing Russian Genocide against the Ukrainian Nation

Oleksandr Pronkevich
Fulbright Visiting Scholar 2003-2004
(Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University, Mykolaiv, Ukraine)
Writing and Speaking about the Genocide in the Spanish Language

MODERATOR – Kristina Hook
(Kennesaw State University, GA, USA)

Language: English
Organizer: Fulbright Program in Ukraine

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