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Professor Korosteleva spoke at the Parliamentary Assembly (PACE) of the Council of Europe (COE) on Belarus

Professor Korosteleva was invited by the COE Secretariat to speak at the PACE COE conference 'Luxembourg Solutions' on the future of Belarus. The focus of this session was to develop recommendations based on the report produced by Paul Galles (Luxemburg Epp/CD) in 2023, which resolution was adopted by the PACE in 2024. This report and its discussions should lay foundations for the actions by the COE member states - national parliaments - in relation to Belarus, including on the issues of visa and consular protection; political prisoners and refugees; identity preservation, education and employment access for the displaced Belarusians residing in Europe. For more information visit here.

WUB Hub webinar: Economies Under Siege, Paths for Reconstruction

The Warwick Ukraine-Belarus Hub convened its webinar 'Economies Under Siege, Paths for Reconstruction'. The speakers were: Ivan Us, Chief Consultant with the National Institute for Strategic Studies (Ukraine); Nigel Gould-Davies, Senior Fellow for Russia and Eurasia at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (UK); Lev Lvovskiy, Academic Director, BEROC; and Tatiana Termacic, Head of the Secretariat of the Committee on Migration, Refugees, and Displaced Persons, Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. Recordings of all webinars in the series are available on our website here.

Tue 28 May 2024, 11:26 | Tags: WUB-hub project, IGSD Event, Belarus Ukraine Russia's war

The post-war Soviet famine 1946-47, as explored by Professor Igor Casu, Director of the Moldovan National Archives

The talk will focus on the post-war Soviet famine with a special focus on what was occurring in Moldovan and Ukrainian SSR. It will be of relevance to all those who are interested in history, politics, geography and sustainable futures, of the post-Soviet space and beyond. The talk is happening on 7 May at 11-13.00 in R0.14 (Ramphal) - everyone is welcome! Alternatively you can join via teams.

Professor Korosteleva speaks at the EUISS, European Council Brussels

Professor Korosteleva was invited by the EUISS to speak onshtag resilience and the need to rethink EU support for Moldova, Georgia and Armenia, at the European Council Building, Brussels. The meeting was attended by the officials from the European Commission, External Action Service, and country representatives working towards developing a new strategy, based on resilience. This was research with impact, in the making.

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