Webinar: Ethics and Gender Perspectives on the War in Ukraine
In this webinar we will be discussing the relevance of gender and marginalised communities in ethical and legal discourses and practice of violent conflicts and conflict resolution with particular reference to the Russia-Ukraine war.
Date: April 26, 2023, 17h00 CEST
Chair: Dr Andrea Ellner, Defence Studies Department, King’s College London
Speakers and presentation titles
Evaggelia Kiosi Sexual and Gender Based Violence, war crimes and challenges of peacebuilding on the war in Ukraine
Kelly Fisher The other side of gender: Gendered perspectives on men, boys, and masculinity in relation to the Russian-Ukrainian war.
Eva Poghosyan In the wake of a war, one might notice not only the devastating consequences for the most vulnerable members of society, but also perpetual exploitation of their tragedies.
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About the speakers
Evaggelia Kiosi is a Military Legal Advisor/Integrity Advisor and a PhD candidate of the Department of International and European Studies of the University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece.
Kelly Fisher is an Advisor at Reform - Resource Centre for Men. Reform is based in Oslo and works on a broad range of topics connected to men and boys, masculinity, and gender equality.
Eva Pogosyan is a philosophical ethics Research Master's student in Radboud University. She conducts her research through decolonial methodology with a focus on Islamophobia and ethics of nationalism and war.