International Conference “Information Overload, AI, and Responsibility”
The International Institute for Ethics and Contemporary Issues (IIECI) and the Faculty of Social Sciences of the Ukrainian Catholic University will hold the International Conference “AI, Informational Overload and Responsibility”
The Orthodox Church of Ukraine: Ecclesiological, Ecumenical, and Geopolitical Dimensions
This day-long conference will examine the ecclesiological implications of the formation of the new church for Orthodox Christianity; the impact on ecumenical relations and the dynamics of religious pluralism and civil society in Ukraine; and the geopolitical dimensions of relations between Moscow, Constantinople, Rome, and the wider world.
Securing the future and liberating the past: a reflection on “The Trauma of Communism”
Every year on the fourth Saturday of November, Ukraine commemorates the victims of the Holodomor, the man-made famine organized by the Soviet authorities which killed millions in 1932-1933. This year, the commemoration fell on November 26. In the preceding days, the parliaments of Ireland, Moldova, and Romania recognized Holodomor as a genocide of the Ukrainian people. On November 30, Germany’s parliament, the Bundestag, passed a resolution recognizing this starvation of millions of Ukrainians as a crime against humanity, a genocide.Volodymyr Turchynovskyy Read more
Orthodox Christians in Ukraine are split between those still recognizing Moscow’s authority and those who have asserted independence. The fear of incursion by Russian troops and a planned visit to Ukraine by the Ecumenical Patriarch make a rapprochement hard to envisageAnatolii Babynskyi Read more