The special political history of the city of Lwiw, as well as the almost complete annihilation during the Second World War of the once thriving Jewish community, is the topic of the fifth edition of our discussion series Ukraine in Context.

British expert in international law Philippe Sands, Ukrainian historian Sofia Dyak, and psychologist Marina Chernivsky talk about the Jewish history of Lwiw, the politics of memory in the Soviet Union and in Ukraine, and about international law and crimes against humanity, including in the context of Russia’s current war of aggression.

The event is moderated by Kateryna Stetsevych and Daniel Wildmann.

Ukraine in Context is a discussion series by the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (German Federal Agency for Civic Education), the Jewish Museum Berlin and OFEK.

Weitere Informationen: Jüdisches Museum Berlin

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