Lasting peace in Ukraine will require justice and accountability. How can the world break the cycle of state repression, violence, and impunity that enabled Russia and its ally, Belarus, to launch their criminal war of aggression against Ukraine?
Join the Carnegie Endowment, the National Endowment for Democracy, and the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize laureates for a conversation about human rights, historical memory, and accountability. The program will feature leaders from the Ukrainian Center for Civil Liberties and Russian human rights organization Memorial, as well as a representative of jailed Belarusian activist and director of the human rights organization Viasna, Ales Bialiatski. This event is being organized in partnership with eQualitie, a Canadian digital security organization focused on promoting free speech and human rights. The conversation will be moderated by CNN’s Bianna Golodryga.