"SSEESing" events are expert discussions hosted by the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies.
Flagship "SSEESing" evening events bring together both SSEES-based and external scholars and commentators to discuss and illuminate topics of interest to the general public relating to the SSEES region. The goal of these events is to help audience members navigate the multiple dimensions of topical issues, highlighting the expertise of SSEES members, as well as the School's engagement with non-academic actors and audiences. We aim to hold two large events per year.
In addition to these events, "SSEESing NOW" sessions provide an opportunity for expert briefings to the media, members of the academic community, and members of the general public on breaking issues in the SSEES region. These sessions take place on an ad hoc basis, responding to events as they develop.
Members of the public and press are warmly invited to attend these events to hear expert analysis on regional and current affairs.
- Upcoming Events
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SSEESing NOW Events
|28 March 2022||SSEES experts on developments in the Russia-Ukraine war|
|15 March 2022||Ukrainian refugee crisis – Eastern Europe and beyond|
|3 February 2022||Making sense of the new Ukraine-Russia crisis|
20 September 2021
|Alexei Navalny and the future of Russia’s political opposition|
27 January 2021
The Return of Alexei Navalny
|The Return of Alexei Navalny|
28 October 2020
|Abortion Crisis in Poland|
27 July 2020
|SSEESing the Russia report|
16 July 2020
24 January 2020
15 October 2019
|Poland at a crossroads? Analysing the 2019 parliamentary elections|
9 October 2019