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6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Join us for the first event of the recently launched GEF flagship initiative – Peace & Security Debate Series. To kick off the series, we’ll tackle EU member states’  response to the Ukraine crisis form  a policy perspective.


With a focus on the Eastern flank of Europe, the 2022-2023 debates series seeks to enrich green and political ecology ideas and actors and provide spaces to hear the voices of green actors, peace and security experts, as well as partners from the region. The goal of the Peace & Security Debate Series project, which we are developing in cooperation with the Croatian organisation Sustainable Development Forum Green Window , is to analyse the current crisis caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, as well as other topics related to peace and security at a European level. The project comprises three online discussions and a one-day conference that will take place in February 2023.


The first discussion will focus on the causes of the war outbreak and the course of the conflict itself in the period from February to November 2022. Speakers will discuss the first reactions of the EU member states in the first weeks of the war and how they affected the internal relations between the member states and NATO. Likewise, they will compare the positions of Ukraine and Russia in the conflict and try to assess the consequences for both countries and whether a peaceful future is possible.


  • Davor Boban: Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Zagreb
  • Đana Luša: Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Zagreb
  • Senada Šelo Šabić, dr.sc.: The Insitute for International Development and International Relations, Senior Research Associate
    Moderator : Marko Popović



Date and Time: November 17 from 18:00-19:30 CEST

Location: Online via Zoom & Facebook Livestream.

Registration: Please register here.


This event is organised by the Green European Foundation with the support of Green Window and with the financial support of the European Parliament to the Green European Foundation. The Euroapean Parliament is not responsible for the content of this event.

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