How to Hold the Lukashenka Regime Accountable for Its Crimes?
About this event
The ongoing political crisis in Belarus has been accompanied by unprecedented political repressions and lawlessness. In an undeclared war against the Belarusian people, the regime of Alexander Lukashenka beaten, killed, arrested, tortured, persecuted, humiliated, and expelled tens of thousands of its citizens. For these many victims of political repression, no legal recourse is available within Belarus, while international mechanisms for handling such human rights violations remain underdeveloped and unknown.
This event will present the first comprehensive overview of various mechanisms that are available internationally for holding the Lukashenka regime accountable for its crimes against the Belarusian people. These can, and should, be invoked systematically by Belarusian citizens and civil society, by foreign governments and the international community, in order to serve justice to the people of Belarus.
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The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is a non-partisan policy organization committed to the idea that the United States and Europe are stronger together.
Joerg ForbrigSenior Fellow and Director for Central and Eastern Europe
Dr. Joerg Forbrig is a senior fellow and director for Central and Eastern Europe. Based in GMF's office in Berlin, his analytical and policy work focuses on Europe's East broadly, including the Eastern-most member countries of ...