Welcome to a conference on Ukrainian resilience and European cooperation. What are the ways to bring justice domestically and internationally, and why does it matter? Why is European cooperation so important?
Russia has been waging war on Ukraine for a decade: annexation of Crimea, followed by the war in Eastern Ukraine since 2014, and full-scale attack all over Ukrainian territory since 24 February 2022.
How has the Ukrainian society been coping with the war and what’s the key to its resilience? What are the ways to bring justice domestically and internationally, and why does it matter? Why is European cooperation so important?
09.40-10.40 Panel 1: A decade of war and resilience of Ukrainian society
Moderator: Anatolii Kyryliuk, NORAD
10.40-11.00 Coffee Break
11.00-12.00 Panel 2: Justice for Ukraine and for the international order
Moderator: Knut Einar Skodvin, University of Bergen
12.00–12.45 Lunch break
12.45-13.20 Panel 3: Reparations and sanctions against Russia
Moderator: Marthe Engedahl, University of Bergen
13.20-13.40 Coffee break
13.40-14.40 Panel 4: War against Ukraine and European cooperation
Moderator: Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen, University of Bergen
You are welcome to join for the whole duration of the event or for separate panels, on Zoom or in person.Register for lunch