Resilient Ukraine Programme Director Dmitri Teperik participated in the discussion as a contributing expert.
These days in Sumy (Ukraine) were marked with panel discussions on resilience with regard to society, psychology, legislation, cybersecurity and many other related matters
35 subject-matter experts and officials from Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania gathered to discuss current societal vulnerabilities and challenges to resilience building in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The international event consisted of public and closed parts conducted during 19-21 May 2021 in Sumy, Ukraine
Riga Conference Discussion "Looking forward Ukraine: Future of Security. Cooperation Between Ukraine, NATO and the EU" was held on April 14, 2021
The attention being paid to the geopolitical implications of the situation developing on the Russia-Ukraine border should not overshadow the need to also respond to Russia’s day-to-day manipulation of Ukrainian society, especially in the regions located near occupied Crimea and the frontline in eastern Ukraine.
ICDS Chief Executive and Programme Director “Resilient Ukraine” Dmitri Teperik shared Estonia's experience in countering malicious influences and outlined the commonalities of disinformation and malicious influence, explained how they are viewed by the security sector.
The event was organized by the International Centre for Defence and Security (ICDS) within the programme “Resilient Ukraine” in cooperation with the Embassy of Ukraine in Tallinn
Join us for the panel discussion "How does the occupation of Crimea affect Ukraine's national resilience?" (10.03.2021)
The discussion has been organized by the NGO Detector Media and the University of Oslo within the project "Ukrainian Geopolitical Fault-line Cities"