Registration on webinar «The role of the international community in the post-conflict justice and humanitarian recovery. Syrian lessons»
Time and place:
1 July, 18:00-19:30, Facebook page of the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union, Facebook page of the Mission of the President of Ukraine in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and ZOOM (we’ll send the link to English-speaking viewers on the day of the webinar)

- Wayne Jordash, Managing Partner, Global Rights Compliance LLP
- Ibrahim Olabi, Barrister at Guernica 37 Chambers and Founder of the Syrian Legal Development Programme

Moderator: Maria Tomak, human rights activist, Advocacy Advisor at the Global Rights Compliance LLP, expert of the USAID Human Rights in Action program

At the webinar experts will share their experience with transitional justice and recovery using the example of Syria, particularly in regards to the dilemma the country is facing: what should be the priority - humanitarian recovery or administration of justice and prosecution of those responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity. The post-conflict scenario is largely determined by this choice of priorities, which is very important for Ukraine to understand. The speakers will also comment on the latest high-profile trials in Europe regarding war crimes in Syria and on Russia’s role in the war, as well as discuss efforts aimed at promoting sanctions.

For more information please contact Tamara Kharchylava, 068 515 33 80,
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