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Information Self-help Groups as Information Security School Development

Information Security School is the response of Maidan Monitoring Information Center to the challenges facing Ukrainian society and the state, including a hybrid war, and the COVID-19 pandemic, and the bad governance, and the tendency of the majority of the society to believe in all sorts of miracles.
We teach people information hygiene skills, practices of organizing and supporting groups with common interests, skills of effective communication with opponents, and practices of safe existence in information and cyberspace.


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Announcement. Fourth Kharkiv International Security Forum

Forum presentations will address hybrid threats, information warfare, the “Russian world” concept, Russian military and political doctrine, infodemic, fake news, journalism in context of hybrid wars, etc.
Forum discussions will involve scientists, politicians, experts, civil activists from different regions of Ukraine and European countries.
We will discuss hybrid threats for Ukraine, Europe and the whole world.





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Roman Serbyn. Holodomor: The Ukrainian Genocide

The first scholar to posit a conceptual framework for analyzing what we now call “the Holodomor” was Raphael Lemkin. A renowned authority on international law, well versed in the Soviet legal system, Lemkin called upon his vast knowledge of the political realities in the Soviet Union to give  a  penetrating  insight  into  the  mechanics  of the Ukrainian tragedy in his essay entitled “Soviet Genocide in the Ukraine.”