Human Security and Security Sector Reform in Eastern Europe

International round table “Human Security and Security Sector Reform in Eastern Europe” will be held on June 8, 2017, from 10.00 to 14.20, in “Rus” Hotel (4 Hospitalna str., Kyiv).

The round table is co-organized by the Regional Office of Friedrich Ebert Foundation to Ukraine and Belarus (http://www.fes.kiev.ua) and the East European Security Research Initiative Foundation (http://eesri.org).

Working languages: English, Ukrainian, Russian (simultaneous translation to be provided).

Registration:  https://goo.gl/CTJA9r

Agenda of the round table: PDF

Speakers:

Oleksandr LYTVYNENKO, Deputy Secretary of the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine

Vaidotas VERBA, OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine

Joelle VACHTER, Deputy Head of the European Union Advisory Mission in Ukraine

Alexander VINNIKOV, Head of NATO Representation to Ukraine, Director, NATO Liaison Office

Oleksiy NOZDRACHOV, Head, Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC), Armed Forces of Ukraine

Konstantin TARASENKO, Head of Department, Commissioners of Chairman for Human Rights Observance in Police activity

Natalia ZEINALOVA, Coordinator, Reforms Project Office, Ministry of Defence of Ukraine

Samuel GODA, Head of the International Security Programme at Slovak Foreign Policy Association

Stepan GRIGORYAN, Chairman, Analytical Centre on Globalization and Regional Cooperation, Armenia

Ion MANOLE, Executive Director, Promo-LEX Association, Moldova

Grazvydas JASUTIS, Associate Professor at General Jonas Zemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania

Bidzina LEBANIDZE, Senior Analyst, Georgian Institute of Politics, Georgia

Andrei POROTNIKOV, Head, Belarus Security Blog

Natalya BELITSER, Expert, Pylyp Orlyk Institute for Democracy, Ukraine

Iuliia SERBINA, Head of Human Rights Studies, Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”

Matthes BUHBE, Director of Regional Office of Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation to Ukraine and Belarus

Maksym KHYLKO, Chairman, East European Security Research Initiative Foundation

Oleksandr TYTARCHUK, Member of the Board, East European Security Research Initiative Foundation

Issues to be discussed:

  1. Evolution of security approaches: Refocusing from state security to human security.
  2. Human security in reforming post-totalitarian security sector: experience of Slovakia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, and Belarus.
  3. Democracy, human rights and human security in NATO-Ukraine cooperation.
  4. The role of the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine in strengthening human rights and human security.
  5. Assistance of the European Union Advisory Mission in Ukraine.
  6. Human security and State security: controversy or complementarity?

 

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