The Invasion of Ukraine and its Consequences

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Tuesday March 29, 2022
1:30 – 3:30 pm
Livestreamed into Your Home

Like all Canadians, you will be watching the war in Ukraine with horror.

Dr. Michael Johns, who has spent time in Ukraine, will bring his usual knowledge and analysis to this special presentation. He will give us context for what we are seeing and give suggestions for what we can do to help.

Dr. Michael Johns

Michael Johns

Michael Johns is a former Associate Professor and Vice Dean of Arts at Laurentian University and current Instructor at Georgian College and Visiting Professor at York University. He earned his PhD in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland and holds a MA in Government and Politics from Maryland and a MSc. in Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics.

His research and teaching interests include minority rights in the European Union and issues that impact levels of social cohesion such as electoral systems. Dr. Johns was a Facilitator for the 2007 Ontario Citizens’ Assembly on Electoral Reform and has twice served as an electoral monitor in Ukraine- most recently in 2019 when he observed the parliamentary election in the city Mariupol in the disputed Donetsk region.

Venue: Zoom (Online)


You’ll receive the Zoom link from Canadian Webinar Solutions one week (and reminders one day and one hour) before the first session.