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UkraineAlertMar 19, 2023
ICC arrest warrant for Putin is a step toward ending Russian impunity
By Danielle Johnson
The International Criminal Court decision to issue an arrest warrant for Putin over his alleged role in the deportation of Ukrainian children has sparked a lively debate. Is the move truly historic or merely symbolic?
UkraineAlertFeb 22, 2023
Superhumans Center: Symbol of Ukrainian defiance amid Russia’s war
By Andrey Stavnitser
Opening in the coming months, the Superhumans Center war trauma hospital in western Ukraine is a symbol of Ukrainian defiance as Russia's brutal invasion enters its second year, writes co-founder Andrey Stavnitser.
UkraineAlertJan 17, 2023
Resisting Russia one artwork at a time
By Melinda Haring, Jacob Heilbrunn
“Women at War,” a new US exhibition featuring a variety of works by twelve female Ukrainian artists, is a symbol of defiance to the Kremlin’s latest attempt to expunge Ukraine’s heritage.
UkraineAlertDec 8, 2022
Shakhtar’s young Ukrainians roar as foreign soccer stars flee Putin’s war
By David Kirichenko
Ukrainian soccer giant Shakhtar Donetsk suffered an exodus of foreign stars following Russia's full-scale invasion but the club managed to mount an impressive Champions League campaign by relying on young Ukrainian talent.
MENASourceDec 3, 2022
How an organization is promoting non-violence, tolerance, and peace in school education across the Middle East
By Marcus Sheff
The Institute for Monitoring Peace and Cultural Tolerance in School Education (IMPACT-se) brings a practical approach to the field of educational research and policymaking.
AfricaSourceDec 2, 2022
The Africa investment imperative: Diversification and resilience amid economic downturns
By Aubrey Hruby and Guillaume Arditti
At a time when investors are faced with high risks due to a global economic downturn, African markets are a viable investment opportunity.
UkraineAlertOct 27, 2022
A ceasefire would condemn millions of Ukrainians to Russian occupation
By Mark Temnycky
Recent calls for a ceasefire in the Russo-Ukrainian War ignore the fact that millions of Ukrainians remain under Russian occupation and would face an uncertain fate if abandoned to the Kremlin, writes Mark Temnycky.
UkraineAlertSep 26, 2022
Ukrainian priest recounts escape from Russian siege of Mariupol
By Melinda Haring, Vladislav Davidzon
The Siege of Mariupol was the deadliest engagement so far in Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine. Ukrainian priest Father Pavel Kostel recounts his harrowing experience of escaping from the encircled city.
UkraineAlertSep 20, 2022
Weaponizing education: Russia targets schoolchildren in occupied Ukraine
By Oleksandr Pankieiev
The Kremlin is attempting to impose the russification of Ukrainian schoolchildren in occupied areas as part of Moscow's campaign to extinguish Ukrainian statehood and eradicate all traces of Ukrainian national identity.
UkraineAlertAug 25, 2022
Amnesty announces review as Ukraine report backlash continues
By Lillian Posner
Amnesty International has announced an independent review of a controversial report that accused the Ukrainian military of endangering civilians and was subsequently used by the Kremlin to justify war crimes.