Schedule of press briefings in Ukraine crisis media center on Monday, May 19, 2014

Schedule of press briefings in Ukraine crisis media center on Monday, May 19, 2014
May 18, 2014.

12:00 Press briefing on the results of the conference “Ukraine: Thinking Together”

Timothy Snyder, Historian, Professor of History at Yale University, Permanent Fellow of the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna

Karl Schlögel, German Independent Researcher, Historian, Expert in History and Sociology of Eastern and Central European Countries, Professor of Eastern European History in University of Konstanz (Germany) and Europa-Universität Viadrina in Frankfurt-am-Oder (Germany)

Oksana Forostyna, Journalist, Writer, Responsible Editor of “Krytyka” Magazine

13:00 Tetiana Popova, Representative of NGO “Center for Society Development” – “Russian Propaganda on Ukrainian television and How to Resist It”

15:00 Round Table “Ukraine and Crimea: 70 Years After Deportation of Crimean Tatars. Trends and Challenges”

Alsan Omer Kyrymly, Deputy Chairman of Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people

Oldrich Andrysek, UN HCR Regional Representative for Belarus, Moldova, and Ukraine

Bohdan Yaremenko, “Maidan of Foreign Affairs”

Ihor Semyvolos, Director of Center for Middle East Studies

Nataliya Belitser, Democracy Institute of Pylyp Orlyk

Andriy Ivanets, Administration of President of Ukraine, Occupied Territories Department Head

Andriy Klymenko, Representative of “Maidan of Foreign Affairs” Advisory Board, Editor-in-chief Blackseanews

Erfan Kudusov, Crimean Entrepreneur, Lawyer, Activist of Mejlis in Kyiv

Mykola Sungurivskyi, Director for Military Programs, Razumkov Center

Yulia Tyshchenko, Expert of UCIPR (Ukrainian Center for Independent Political Research)

Iryna Brunova-Kalysetska, Institute of Social and Political Psychology of National Academy of Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine

Dmytro Krykun, Journalist, “We are Europeans”

Oleg Smirnov, Representative of Ukrainian NGO “Information and Research Center “Integration and Development”

Natalia Sokolenko, Aksinia Kurina, Social movement “Stop Censorship”

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