VI International scientific and practical conference “Genocide as a weapon in the fight against the Ukrainian nation in the 20th-21st centuries: interdisciplinary approaches”
We invite you to participate in the VI International scientific and practical conference “Genocide as a weapon in the fight against the Ukrainian nation in the 20th-21st centuries: interdisciplinary approaches” to the 90th anniversary of the Holodomor-genocide, which will take place at the address: Kyiv, str. Sichovyh Striltsiv, 52А, and simultaneously in an online format using the Zoom program, on November 24-25, 2022 (starting at 10:00 a.m.).
The work of the conference is planned in the following directions:
Section 1. Holodomor-genocide of the Ukrainian nation as the greatest crime of the communist totalitarian regime (November 24, 2022)
– Preconditions and causes of Holodomor-genocide in Ukraine.
– Mechanisms of committing the crime of genocide of the Ukrainian nation.
– Resistance of Ukrainians to the genocidal and repressive actions of the communist totalitarian regime.
– The policy of silence and denial of the Holodomor-genocide by the communist totalitarian regime in modern Russia.
– Holodomor-genocide in the light of international political relations of the early 1930s.
– Memory of the Holodomor-genocide in Ukraine: peculiarities of formation, scientific research, instrumentalization in politics.
– Socio-economic, socio-political, demographic, moral and psychological consequences of the Holodomor-genocide.
– Methodology of teaching topics about Holodomor-genocide in Ukraine and crimes of totalitarian regimes in modern education.
Section 2. Genocide of Ukrainians during the Russian-Ukrainian war 2014-2022 (November 25, 2022)
– The process of preparing Russian aggression against Ukraine and planning genocide.
– The legal qualification of the actions of the aggressor state in Ukraine as genocide and the creation of a special tribunal to hold the Russian leadership accountable.
– Food as a weapon of the aggressor in the conditions of the modern Russian-Ukrainian war.
– Destruction and deportation of the Ukrainian civilian population as an instrument of genocide during the modern Russian-Ukrainian war.
– Cultivation of the image of Ukrainians as an enemy in Russia as preparation for genocide.
– Financial support and creation of a network of pro-Russian citizens of Ukraine for their use as accomplices in the crime of genocide.
– Physical destruction of perpetrators of genocide by Russia.
– Destruction of Ukrainian cultural heritage and education system.
– The destruction of the Ukrainian national church as an element of Russia’s genocidal policy toward Ukrainians in the conditions of the modern Russian-Ukrainian war.
– Socio-economic and demographic consequences of the genocide of the Ukrainian nation during the Russian-Ukrainian war 2014-2022.
The organizing committee accepts scientific reports of up to 10 pages of A4 format by e-mail