The following section contains a list of resources pertaining to the Russian invasion of Ukraine and all documented human rights abuses and mass atrocity crimes committed against civilians.

  •  Montreal International Security Summit – Panel video recordings

  • “Ukraine Under Attack: High Level Discussion”
  • Featuring: Yuliya Kovaliv (Ukraine’s Ambassador to Canada), Serge Schmemann (Writer and Journalist NY Times), Liet. General (ret) Hon. Andrew Leslie, Naomi Kikoler (Director, Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide, U.S. Holocaust Museum), Ali Ehsassi, (Canadian MP). Journalist Lisa Laflamme moderates the discussion.
  • “NATO’s response to the war in Ukraine: a Zeitenwende?” 
  • Featuring: Rémi Landry (Associate Professor, Université de Sherbrooke), Jennifer Welsh (Canada 150 Research Chair in Global Governance and Security, McGill University), Alexander Lanozska (Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Waterloo), Jessica Berlin (German and American political analyst). Debra Arbec (journalist and anchor of CBC Montreal News) moderates the conversation
  • “Justice and Accountability for Atrocity Crimes” 
  • Featuring: David Mandel-Anthony (Senior Policy Advisor, Office of Global Criminal Justice, U.S. Department of State), Ekkehard Strauss, Professor (Berlin School of Economics and Law), Savita Pawnday (Executive Director, Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect), David Donat Cattin (Former Secretary General of Parliamentarians for Global Action, Professor, NYU). Laura-Julie Perreault (journalist, La Presse) moderates the conversation.
  • “The Great Disinformation Game: Understanding Authoritarian Tactics” 
  • Featuring: Marcus Kolga (Senior Fellow, MacDonald Laurier Institute), Chris Beall (Senior Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace), Eugene Czolij (President, NGO “Ukraine-2050”), Tomass Pildegovics, Senior Expert, NATO Stratcom COE), and Kyoko Kuwahara (Visiting Fellow, MacDonald Laurier Institute). Aphrodite Salas (associate professor, Department of Journalism, Concordia University) moderates the conversation. 
  • “Outcomes: for Ukraine, Russia, Europe, and the Rule of Law?” 
  • Featuring: Jeremy Kinsman (former Canadian Ambassador to Russia), Jessica Berlin (German and American political analyst), Azeem Ibrahim (director, New Lines Institute), and Kenneth Roth (former executive director, Human Rights Watch) discuss outcomes for Ukraine, Russia and Europe. Terry Martin (Germany-based international journalist) moderates the conversation. 
  • “The China-Russia Axis and Ukraine” 
  • Balkan Devlen (director, Transatlantic Program and senior fellow, Macdonald-Laurier Institute), Elisabeth Braw (senior fellow, American Enterprise Institute), Jonathan Berkshire Miller (director, Foreign Affairs, National Defence and National Security, Macdonald-Laurier Institute), and Christopher Walker (vice president, Studies and Analysis, National Endowment for Democracy) discuss the China-Russia axis and Ukraine. Evan Solomon (publisher, GZero Media) moderates the conversation. 
Other resources

Education under Occupation: Forced Russification of the School System in Occupied Ukrainian Territories. Human Rights Watch. 20 June 2024.

Russia’s Forcible Transfers of Unaccompanied Ukrainian Children: Responses from Ukraine, the EU and Beyond. SCEEUS Report No. 1, 2024

The Kremlin’s Occupation Playbook: Coerced Russification and Ethnic Cleansing in Occupied Ukraine. The Institute for the Study of War (8 February 2024)

Beneath the Rubble: Documenting Devastation and Loss in Mariupol. Human Rights Watch, Situ research and Truth Hounds (8 February 2024)

In search of justice: Ukrainian journalists mobilised to investigate war crimes. Reporters without Borders (January 2024).

How Ukraine fights Russian  disinformation: Beehive vs mammoth. Hybrid CoE Research Report 11. Jakub Kalenský & Roman Osadchuk, The European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats (January 2024).

Challenges of export controls enforcement: How Russia continues to import component for its military. Olena Bilousova, Benjamin Hilgenstock, elina Ribakova, Nataliia Shapoval, Anna Vlasyuk and Vladyslav Vlasiuk. KSE Institute (January 2024).

Russia Forces Ukrainians in Occupied Areas into Military. Human Rights Watch (20 December 2023)