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The rise of illiberal civil society in the former Soviet Union

Powered by Eventbrite This seminar will launch and discuss a new Foreign Policy Centre publication looking the growing influence of illiberal, anti-Western and socially conservative civil society groups, popular movements and political forces in five post-Soviet states (Georgia, Armenia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan and Moldova), looking at who these groups are, what they are doing and why. The event will look at the local social, cultural, historic and economic roots of such ...

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Speakers
  • Mihaela Ajder, Moldovan human rights activist and journalist
  • Adam Hug, Director, Foreign Policy Centre
  • Mariam Uberi, Research Fellow ( covering Georgia), Foreign Policy Centre
  • Chair: Stephen Gethins MP, Foreign Affairs Select Committee and Scottish National Party International Affairs and Europe Spokesperson
When
July 17, 2018
July 17, 6 PM-7.30 PM
Where

Committee Room 12, House of Commons, Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA

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