Ekaterina Sokirianskaia

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  Getting Back Home?
Towards Sustainable Return of Ingush Forced Migrants
and Lasting Peace in Prigorodny District of North Ossetia


Recent Lectures, Discussions & Interviews

Saturday 16 October 2004
Central Eurasian Studies Society Conference, Indiana University, Bloomington
Paper: "Families and Clans in Contemporary Ingushetia and Chechnya: Myths and Realities"

Wednesday 13 October 2004
Harvard Law School, Boston
Moderated conversation: “Peace Promotion and Human Rights in the Face of Terrorism - The Tragic Case of Beslan”

Tuesday 12 October 2004
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Washington, D.C.
Briefing: “The Roots and Consequences of Russia's Current Terrorist Crisis”

Tuesday 12 October 2004
Stimson Center, Washington, D.C
Discussion: “Russia, Chechnya and US policy post-Beslan Crisis”
(Stimson Center Security in the 21st Century Series)

Monday 11 October 2004
Barnard College, Columbia University, New York
Panel discussion: “After Beslan - Russia's War on Terror: Chechnya and Beyond.
Issues of human rights and terrorism in the Northern Caucasus in light of the recent tragedy in Beslan”
(Barnard College Human Rights and Terrorism Panel Series)

Friday 8 October 2004
Harriman Institute, Columbia University, New York
Presentation: “Terrorist Crisis In Russia: Roots and Consequences”
(Harriman Institute Chechnya Speaker Series)

Friday 1 October 2004
Central European University, Budapest
Presentation and open discussion: “After Beslan: Reflections on Human Rights, Terror and Media Coverage"

Tuesday 7 September 2004
BBC Radio “The World at One” programme
Broadcast interview on the situation in North Osetia and Ingushetia in the aftermath of Beslan

The project is supported by a 2004 IPF Fellowship - Last updated 14 October 2004
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