IWP held an Interantional Round Table “How to Make Ukrainian-Polish History Less Toxic” (Photos, Video)

04:44 PM 2-12-2016

On December 2, the Institute of World Policy in partnership with the Center of Polish and European Studies NaUKMA held an international round table about Ukrainian-Polish historical dialogue.The event took place on the same day as the official visit of the Ukrainian President Poroshenko to Poland.
To watch the discussion (in Ukrainian and Polish)
Georgiy Kasyanov, professor, Ph.D in history, head of department of contemporary history and politics at the Institute of History of Ukraine, National Academy of Sciences;
Paweł Kowal, Polish historian and politician, former member of the European Parliament;
Tomasz Stryjek, historian and political scientist, leading Polish Ukrainian specialist, researcher at the Institute of Political Studies, PAS, professor Collegium Civitas (Warsaw);
Mykola Knyazhitskyy, People’s Deputy of Ukraine, Co-head of the Ukrainian-Polish Inter-Parliamentary Group;
Tadeusz Iwanski, expert of Ukrainian foreign policy,, Center of Eastern Studies (Warsaw);
Ihor Ilyushin, Ph.D in History, professor, head of the faculty of international relations of the Kiev Slavic Studies University. Member of the Ukrainian-Polish Forum of Historians;
Vladislav Hrynevych, Ph.D candidate in history, doctor of Political Sciences, leading academic researcher at the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kuras Institute of Political and Ethnic Studies.

Moderator: Olena Betlii, analyst at the Institute of World Policy, assistant director of the Center of Polish and European Studies

Informational partner: “ZIK” TV Channel