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Russian/Eurasian Studies Program, Human Rights Program, and Historical Studies Program present
"Where in the World is Viktor Yanukovich??"
An info session on Ukraine ft Human Rights Watch
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Do you find yourself wondering what has happened/is happening/will continue to happen in Ukraine? The news has consistently been flooded with stories of the Ukrainian revolution and the president (? impeached? maybe? no.... viktor?) of Ukraine, Viktor Yanukovich.
This is a lovely opportunity provided to you by the Russian Club and Student Government, an opportunity for you to ask questions like:
What was the political background of Ukraine before this revolution?
How was it kickstarted?
What the heck is happening with Viktor Yanukovich???
And other questions, as entry level or advanced as you'd like to ask.
We have a lovely panel consisting of:
RACHEL DENBER- Deputy Director, Europe and Central Asia Division, HUMAN RIGHTS WATCHhttp://www.hrw.org/bios/rachel-denber
OLEG MININ- Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian
GENNADY SHKLIAREVSKY- Professor of (Russian and Soviet) History
We are also awaiting confirmation from a member of our Human Rights faculty.
ASK WHATEVER YOU'D LIKE ABOUT UKRAINE
EDUCATE YOURSELVES ON THESE CURRENT EVENTS
IT WILL BE FUN
HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH
Time: 5:00 pm
Location: Reem-Kayden Center Laszlo Z. Bito '60 Auditorium
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