Prof. Dr. Nina Didenko
Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine
CV: Nina Didenko, Doctor of Science in Public Administration, Professor of Department of Health Management and Public Administration Shupyk National Healthcare University of Ukraine. Has extensive experience of working as a researcher and a professor at Public Administration program for many years. She has been delivering the courses: “Public administration in the field of European and Euro-Atlantic integration”, “European integration, international public administration and security”, “Democracy and good governance in the EU”, “European social and humanitarian policy”, “European social policy and models of social partnership”, “Civil society institutions and protection of the rights of foreign citizens in the EU”. Has strong experience of participation in international projects.
Presentation title: Protection of proprietary, political and socio-economic rights of Ukrainian citizens in the conditions of war with Russia
Abstract: Russia has started a war against Ukraine, during which it violates all conventions and international agreements. It violates the right to life, the rights of the civilian population, prisoners of war, wounded during hostilities, and sick citizens. In addition to war crimes, Russia is deporting Ukrainians to Russia. In 2019, Russia effectively withdrew from the Geneva Convention for the Protection of Civilian Population in International Armed Conflicts, as a result of which the UN will now not be able to judge Russia for violating the rights of civilians during the war, so a special international tribunal must be created to punish Russian aggressors. In order to be able to answer to these war crimes, in Ukraine has been created an intergovernmental platform, which will collect information on human rights violations by the Russian Federation during the war with Ukraine. Russian aggression led to the introduction of martial law in Ukraine, during which individual rights of Ukrainian citizens are restricted.