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Investigating War Crimes in Ukraine: How Can We Unite Truth with Justice? - video record

On March 18 in Buenos Aires, at the platform of the Argentine Council for International Relations (CARI), the founder of PJIL and The Reckoning Project, Natalia Gumenyuk, spoke about documenting Russian crimes for future trials, as well as the methods Ukrainians use to convey the truth about the war to the world.

Today, CARI is not only one of the most influential and powerful research centers in Latin America but is also recognized as the foremost among Spanish-speaking countries' "think-tanks".

The academic session was organized by the CARI Committee on Eurasian Affairs with the support of Lila Roldan Vazquez, the Secretary-General of CARI and the Head of the Committee on Eurasian Affairs, as well as the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) within the framework of the "Human Rights in Action" project, which is implemented by the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union. The views and interpretations do not necessarily reflect those of USAID, the US Government, or other partners. The content is the sole responsibility of the authors and PJIL.


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