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Olga Shparaga ist die Gewinnerin der Voltaire-Preises 2024

Voltaire-Preis 2024 geht an IWM-Fellow Olga Shparaga

Das IWM gratuliert ganz herzlich Olga Shparaga, Politologin und seit 2022 Visiting Fellow am IWM. Gemeinsam mit Gerawork Teferra Gizaw wird sie mit dem diesjährigen Voltaire-Preis der Universität Potsdam ausgezeichnet.
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IWM Alumnus Volodymyr Yermolenko Elected President of PEN Ukraine

The IWM warmly congratulates Volodymyr Yermolenko on his election as president of PEN Ukraine. Yermolenko, who was a Ukraine in European Dialogue Visiting Fellow in 2021, is a philosopher, writer, journalist, and one of Ukraine’s leading public…
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Ukraine Information Hub

A central place to find information and content from the IWM and our community on the war in Ukraine.
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IWM’s renewed commitment to solidarity with Ukrainian scholars

The Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) expresses solidarity with the people of Ukraine. We stand with them and the courageous dissenting voices in Russia and Belarus. Putin’s baseless war of aggression is predicated on a distortion of history and is…
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New IWM Blog: Ukraine in Focus

In solidarity with Ukraine as the country seeks to defend itself against Russian aggression, and in recognition of the need to amplify the voices of intellectuals from Ukraine and abroad who have engaged deeply with the most pressing issues facing…
Balaban (Photo credit: Alisa Malycka)

When history makes sense in practice

Lidiia Akryshora, Research Assistant in our Ukraine in European Dialogue Program, interviewed former fellow Mykola Balaban, a young Ukrainian historian. They discussed how obtaining a fellowship within this program has influenced his…

How to Think About War in Ukraine

As concern over Russian military escalation against Ukraine mounts, IWM Permanent Fellow Timothy Snyder reflects on the current situation, its roots, and its consequences in a Substack essay from 18 January 2022.
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Veranstaltung: Belarus ein Jahr nach den Massenprotesten: Wie weiter? 10.9.21, 18:00 CET, IWM Library

Im Sommer und Herbst 2020 erlebte Belarus die größten Massenproteste seiner Geschichte. Sie richteten sich gegen die manipulierten Präsidentschaftswahlen und das autokratische Regime von Aljaksandr Lukaschenka, der das Land seit 1994 regiert. Die…
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The human rights movement in Soviet Ukraine: new memoirs published with UiED support

The memoirs of leading Ukrainian dissident Myroslav Marynovych have been published in English translation, edited by Ukraine in European Dialogue Research Director Katherine Younger and with a foreword by Permanent Fellow Timothy Snyder.…