WATCH: GSPIA faculty talk human security in Ukraine

April 8, 2022

On Wednesday, April 6, GSPIA hosted a faculty panel on the human security of civilians during the war in Ukraine. The full discussion is available to watch here

Russia’s invasion has created an escalating humanitarian crisis in a country of 41 million people, where approximately 10 million people have been displaced (including nearly 4 million refugees so far).  

Topic included the targeting of civilians; access to power, food, water, and medical services; and refugees and humanitarian assistance.  

Panelists included Taylor Seybolt, Associate Professor, GSPIA; Paul Nelson, Associate Professor, GSPIA; Gemma Marolda, Teaching Faculty, Political Science; and Svitlana Maksymenko, Senior Lecturer, Economics. The panel was moderated by Luke Condra, Associate Professor & Public and International Affairs Program Director, GSPIA 

GSPIA’s first panel on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, held on March 2, is also available to watch in its entirety here