Podcasts Interviews

Using OSINT TO INVESTIGATE WAR CRIMES IN UKRAINE

Discussion with Nick Waters (Open Source Analyst, Bellingcat), Hannah Bagdasar (Investigator, Bellingcat), and Dearbhla Minogue (Legal Officer with the Global Legal Action Network).

You can listen to the podcast episode here.

Covering the war in ukraine, with ukrainian journalist iryna matviyishyn

In this episode, Ukrainian journalist Iryna Matviyishyn talks to us about hardships faced by civilians living in Russian-occupied territories in Ukraine, Russia filtration system, forced assimilation, and what the West should do to help Ukrainians. Iryna also talks about what is means to be a journalist in Ukraine today and how she tries to bring stories to Western audiences.

You can listen to the podcast episode here.

“We must hold Russia accountable”, a discussion with Ukrainian MP Lesia Vasylenko

In this episode, we speak to Lesia Vasylenko, a Ukrainian Parliamentarian and human rights lawyer. Vasylenko is also a member of the Ukrainian permanent delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. She tells us what it means to be a legislator during a war and why we must hold Russia accountable for crimes committed in Ukraine. 

You can listen to the podcast episode here.

Documenting war crimes in Ukraine with Belkis Wille

In this episode, we speak to Belkis Wille, a senior researcher at Human Rights Watch, about war crimes and human rights violations committed by Russian forces in Ukraine. Belkis and her colleagues have interviewed hundreds of Ukrainians who have lost family members in attacks on cities across Ukraine. We also speak about filtration camps, forced disappearances, and Russia’s efforts to alter the social and cultural fabric in areas now under Russian control.

You can listen to the podcast episode here.

Genocide in Ukraine – a discussion with Senator McPhedran

As the war in Ukraine rages on, in this episode we spoke with Canadian Senator Marilou McPhedran about the Russian Federation committing acts of genocide against the Ukrainian people. On 28 April, the Senate unanimously passed a motion recognizing that the Russian Federation is committing acts of genocide against the Ukrainian people.

You can listen to the podcast episode here.