To Win the War of Words It Is Imperative to Call Genocide a Genocide
Thousands of Ukrainian children have been abducted and forcibly deported to the Russian federation for resettling and adoption without consent of their relatives. Russian forces placed them at “summer camps” for "patriotic education", uses propaganda, lies to the children that their parents abandoned them, and complicates the search for their relatives.
Kidnapping of children is a genocide, there is no ambiguity. Or is there? How long the world will shy out to call it what it is – a genocide. Yale and ISW issued reports that presented documenting of the crimes and identified 12 people that executed the policy of capturing Ukrainian children but have not been sanctioned. What can be done to sanction those who execute this shameful and inhumane policy.
How long the world will shy out to call it what it is – a genocide! What is and can be done to return the taken children to Ukraine?
Webinar To Win the War of Words It Is Imperative to Call Genocide a Genocide
February 28, 9 am – 10 am, EST on Zoom
Nadia McConnell, U.S.-Ukraine Foundation President
Milena Sterio, the Charles Ermick - Calfee Halter &Griswold Professor of Law & LLM Programs Director at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
Mykola Kuleba, Head of Save Ukraine NGO