Event Details

From donating money, clothes, hosting refugees to imposing sanctions, no fly-zones and cleaning London from Russian dirty money, what can the UK and its people do to support Ukraine?

Join our panelists Daria Kaleniuk, Edward Lucas, Tom Keatinge chaired by Oliver Bullough to discuss.

This is a free ONLINE event. Please support Ukraine please donate Caritas in Poland: https://www.caritas.org/ukraine-appeal-22/ and Antac in Ukraine https://antac.org.ua/en/support-antiwar/.

Photo credit: Gabriel Chaim, Ukraine, Kyiv - March 1, 22


  • Oliver Bullough (Journalist and Author)

    Oliver Bullough

    Journalist and Author

    Oliver Bullough is a journalist and author who moved in 1999 to Russia working for local newspapers in St Petersburg and Bishkek then for Reuters. He stayed in Moscow, mainly reporting on the war in Chechnya, until 2006.
    His latest book 'Butler to the World' reveals how the UK took up its position at the elbow of the worst people on Earth: the oligarchs, kleptocrats and gangsters.

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  • Daria Kaleniuk (Executive Director of AntAC)

    Daria Kaleniuk

    Executive Director of AntAC

    Daria is co-founder and executive director of the Anti-Corruption Action Center, a powerful national organization that has shaped Ukraine's anti-corruption legislation and efforts.
    She directly challenged Boris Johnson over the UK’s failure to bring in swift sanctions against Russians resident in London and lack of no-fly zone, in an emotional intervention during a press conference in Poland on Tuesday.

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  • Edward Lucas (Prospective Candidate at Lib Dems)

    Edward Lucas

    Prospective Candidate at Lib Dems

    Until 2018, Edward Lucas was a senior editor at The Economist.
    Lucas has covered Central and Eastern European affairs since 1986, writing, broadcasting, and speaking on the politics, economics, and security of the region. In September 2021 he was selected as the Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate for the constituency of Cities of London and Westminster in the next general election expected to take place in 2024.

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  • Tom Keatinge (Director of RUSI-CFCS)

    Tom Keatinge

    Director of RUSI-CFCS

    Tom Keatinge is the founding Director of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies (CFCS) at RUSI, where his research focuses on matters at the intersection of finance and security.

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Online Ticket

Online participation via ZOOM link for this In House Event, for a nominal donation.
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