Yesterday, Casimir Pulaski Foundation together with the British Embassy in Warsaw has organised ‘the Warsaw Justice for Ukraine Conference’ where we discuss how to support accountability for war crimes perpetrated in Ukraine.
The conference was opened by Zbigniew Pisarski, President of the Management Board of the Casimir Pulaski Foundation and was divided into two parts, to have a possibility to discuss deeply accountability and violence committed during the war in Ukraine.
Supporting accountability for war crimes perpetrated in Ukraine: legal and factual limits and possibilities
▪ Andriy Hulkevych, Office of the Prosecutor-General of Ukraine
▪ Olga Kotsiuruba, Senior Legal Adviser, OPORA in Poland
▪ Prof. Patrycja Grzebyk, Univeristy of Warsaw
▪ Oleksandra Dermanska (Kovalova), EU Project Pravo-Justice.
▪ Tom Warwick, Commonwealth & Development Office.
Moderated by Marcin Bużanski, Casimir Pulaski Foundation
Conflict-related sexual violence in Ukraine: realities, trauma and accountability
▪ Anna Sosonska, Office of the Prosecutor-General of Ukraine
▪ Kateryna R., OPORA in Poland
▪ Eliza Rutynowska, International Federation for Human Rights
Moderated by Daryna Onyshko, Community of Democracies