13 Mar 2018

ENP Round-table Debate: "Living in Limbo: Whither human rights and civil liberties in the South Caucasus?"

From 12:15 till 14:15
Auditorium Curie-Skłodowska

Natolin (Warsaw) Campus
ul. Nowoursynowska 84
PL-02/797 Warszawa
Poland

Natolin (Warsaw) Campus

As part of the fifth edition of the Natolin Neighbourhood Days, the European Neighbourhood Policy Chair organized on 13 March 2018 a Round-table Debate entitled: Living in Limbo: Whither human rights and civil liberties in the South Caucasus?. The debate took an inside-out perspective and wished to advance a conversation about how the respect for human rights and civil liberties (or lack thereof) in Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, can have broader regional and international repercussions.

The College of Europe in Natolin had the pleasure to welcome at the debate Mr Dominik CAGARA, Co-Editor-in-Chief at OC Media, and Mr Gregory SHVEDOV, Editor-in-Chief at the Caucasian Knot.

Together with the second event, the Natolin Neighbourhood Days provided an excellent opportunity for the students of the College of Europe in Natolin to familiarize themselves with the region in the run-up to the Second Semester Study Trip to the South Caucasus.

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