07.12.2022, 15:00 - 16:00 Main Stage - Level 0 Human security and transitional justice

Ukrainian resiliency ever since the occupation of Crimea in 2014 and then after February 24th will certainly be the subject of historians’ studies in the years to come. The people, the authorities, and the army showed extraordinary courage and resistance that took the enemy aback and astonished the world at large. Resiliency against Russian influences will be explored in this panel from various angles: societal, cultural, psychological, political, and economic. It will also be discussed how the international community supporting Ukraine has contributed to this phenomenon and what can the Ukrainian government and the world do to keep the everyday cost of Ukrainian resistance as low as possible.