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Resilience and Democracy: A Need For New Ethical, Solidarity, and Security Infrastructures



Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine has destroyed illusory ideas about the effectiveness of international security mechanisms and stability of the political world order. The war against Ukraine has not only raised the issue of obligations to comply with international legal and ethical norms, but also revealed an urgent need for a new understanding of the fundamental principles and values on which international cooperation and security are based.

This year's conference Resilience and Democracy: A Need For New Ethical, Solidarity, and Security Infrastructures is dedicated to the analysis and discussion of issues related to the current situation in Ukraine and the world. The conference aims to become a platform for discussing and exploring the potential of resilience of Ukrainian society and state institutions, new challenges that await us in the near future and the urgent need to rethink the structures of constructive international cooperation.



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