Crisis in Ukraine: Religion, Politics and International Relations Panel Discussion

Wednesday 16th March 17.00-18.00 on campus in room HG136

All are welcome to a special research panel event on the international crisis in Ukraine, hosted next week by the Centre for Religion in Society with colleagues from International Relations and Politics. Subjects under discussion will include religion, history, politics, the role of international organisations (the UN and NATO) and the question of intervention.

Prof Esther McIntosh, Professor of Feminist Theology and Ethics: Chair

Dr Mark Dawson, Lecturer Religion, Philosophy and Ethics: Public Theology and the War in Ukraine

Prof Pauline Kollontai, Professor Emerita of Higher Education in Theology and Religious Studies: Israel’s geopolitical response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Dr Samuel Jarvis, Lecturer in International Relations: Responding to the war in Ukraine: What role for the United Nations?

Dr Ayla Göl, Senior Lecturer in International Relations: Turkey’s position at NATO and Putin’s War in Ukraine

Dr Victoria Nesfield, Lecturer in Religion: Never Again, again: history and the question of intervention