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Join us for our fourth 'Dispatches' episode on war crimes broadcasting live from the Club.

Over the weekend, Ukrainian soldiers discovered atrocities in the town of Bucha on the outskirts of Kyiv after they took back control of the territory. Almost 300 mutilated bodies including children as young as 14 were found burnt, lying on the streets with their hands tied behind their backs and buried in mass graves. This is proof of apparent war crimes in Russian controlled areas.

All ticket revenues will be redirected to our 'Straight from the Frontline' campaign supporting freelance journalists in Ukraine.


  • Charlotte Eagar (Moderator)

    Charlotte Eagar


    Charlotte is a journalist, author and former foreign correspondent.

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  • Toby Cadman (Joint Head of Chambers at Guernica 37)

    Toby Cadman

    Joint Head of Chambers at Guernica 37

    Toby Cadman is an established international law specialist in the areas of international humanitarian law, public international law, terrorism, extradition, prison law, mutual assistance and human rights law.

    As an extradition specialist he acts for the prosecution and defence advising and representing individuals, requesting judicial authorities and governments in extradition proceedings both at first instance hearings and extradition appeals in the High Court. Cases to date have included those involving war crimes, drug trafficking, human trafficking, murder, rape, violent crime and all types of dishonesty offences.

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  • Malachy Browne (Journalist on the Visual Investigations Team at New York Times)

    Malachy Browne

    Journalist on the Visual Investigations Team at New York Times

    Malachy Browne is a senior story producer on the Visual Investigations team at The New York Times. He was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize in 2020 for international reporting for coverage of Russian culpability in crimes around the world, including the bombing of hospitals in Syria.

    Founded in 2017, the Visual Investigations team is pioneering a new form of explanatory and accountability journalism. It combines traditional reporting with advanced digital forensics that may include collecting and analyzing cell phone videos, satellite pictures and other media, and 3-D reconstructions of crime scenes.

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  • Isobel Koshiw (Journalist at The Guardian)

    Isobel Koshiw

    Journalist at The Guardian

    Isobel is a British-Ukrainian journalist currently working as The Guardian's correspondent in Kyiv. This week she has been covering the towns of Bucha and Irpin this week as part of a story on war crimes.

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  • Oz Katerji (Journalist)

    Oz Katerji


    Oz is a British-Lebanese freelance conflict journalist & filmmaker. He has been in Kyiv since the beginning of the war and has been covering the war crimes in the region.

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