Organized by PEN Ukraine and PEN International; co-sponsored by HURI and others.
On February 24 the armed forces of the Russian Federation carried out a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Today, the whole world is talking about it. In order to comprehend the events of the last days, we are launching a series of conversations #DialoguesOnWar. Ukrainian and foreign intellectuals talk about the experience of the war and share their own observations. Direct link to this episode.
Speakers of the 11th episode:
- Irena Karpa, writer, musician
- Edith Eger, psychologist, writer
Live broadcast on the Facebook pages of PEN Ukraine, PEN International, PEN America, Ukrainian Institute, Ukrainian Institute London, UkraineWorld, Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, The Harriman Institute at Columbia University.
PEN Ukraine is a Ukrainian non-governmental organization established to protect freedom of speech and copyright, promote literature and international cultural cooperation. It is part of the network of national centers of the PEN International.
PEN International celebrates literature and promotes freedom of expression. Founded in 1921, its global community of writers now spans more than 100 countries. PEN's campaigns, events, publications and programmes aim to connect writers and readers wherever they are in the world. PEN International is a non-political organisation and holds special consultative status at the United Nations.