The world will never be the same as it was before the war. How to create a safer system that will completely rule out further Russian aggression down the line? For sustainable international security, justice and peace must be achieved simultaneously.
A group of Ukrainian activists and intellectuals co-created a vision for sustainable international security document Sustainable Peace Manifesto. Never Again 2.0 (https://sustainablepeacemanifesto.org/
). Manifesto offers a vision of such a postwar world and how to achieve it.
In the panel discussion Ukrainian intellectuals and activists will meet their Lithuanian peers to discuss the main points of the Manifesto from different angles: security, human rights, history, socio-economic.
Yaroslav Hrytsak, Ukrainian historian, Doctor of Historical Sciences and professor of the Ukrainian Catholic University.
Olha Aivazovska, Ukrainian civil society activist. As a member and chair of the board of the NGO organisation OPORA, she was and is primarily responsible for monitoring elections, ensuring freedom and fairness.
Andrii Dligach, Ukrainian economist, strategist, futurist and visionary. He is a professor of the Department of International Economics and Marketing of Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University, Professor of KSE Business School, and visiting professor of LvBS of UKU.
Dovilė Šakalienė, a Member of Parliament within the Seimas.
Marius Janukonis, Lithuanian diplomat, former Ambassador of the Lithuanian Republic to Ukraine
Viktoras Bachmetjevas, philosopher, associated professor at Vytautas Magnus University, editor and translator.
Discussion moderated by:
Kateryna Yasko, Ukrainian psychologist, educator, dialogue facilitator, and civic activist.