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17 March2023
Eastern Ukraine and Flight MH17 Case at the ECtHR: Reflections and OutlookJoin us on 17 March for a webinar reflecting on the latest developments in the Eastern Ukraine and MH17 case at the ECtHR.

The event will provide the analysis of the ECtHR’s admissibility decision in the case of Ukraine and the Netherlands v. Russia and discuss its possible outcomes, implications and related challenges. The speakers will touch upon specific issues outlined in the decision, such as issues of jurisdiction or the combatant’s privilege under international humanitarian law.

■ Margarita Sokorenko – Agent of Ukraine before the European Court of Human Rights
■ Tamar Tomashvili – International Humanitarian Law Expert for Ukraine, International Development Law Organization (IDLO)

■ Ana Jabauri – Ukraine Programme Director, Platform for Peace and Humanity

📌 Join the webinar via Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85063769415

No registration required.

📌 For previous webinars and more information regarding the Platform’s Ukraine Programme, please visit: https://peacehumanity.org/ukraine
Registration is required and available at: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_QKCyu9nIQ2GX1gzyuPls2g
16:00 CET (GMT+1) online
8 December2022
Tunisia – Quo vadis? The new constitutional reality, its impact and socio-political challengesJoin us on 8 December 2022 for a webinar discussing the new constitutional reality in Tunisia after the suspension of the Parliament, its impact and socio-political challenges in light of the Ukrainian conflict and broader geopolitical implications arising out of the crisis impacting the North Africa region.

■ Riccardo Fabiani, North Africa Project Director, International Crisis Group
■ Sarah Yerkes, Senior Fellow, Middle East Programme of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
■ Gordon Gray, Former United States Ambassador to Tunisia from 2009 to 2012, Professor of Practice at Penn State School of International Affairs

■ Filip Šandor, Director of the Mediterranean Programme at Platform for Peace and Humanity

Register at: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_XauxMBp8Spy3jWw_6kiUqA
19:00 CET (GMT+1) online

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