For more than 100 days already, the whole world has been witnessing war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by russia in Ukraine. The business of our country also suffers significant losses – production sites are being damaged, stocks are being stolen, infrastructure is being destroyed, and hundreds of millions of expected revenues are lost. One of the key steps for ensuring damages compensation in the future is documenting evidence already now.
The eyeWitness to Atrocities application, developed at the initiative of the International Bar Association, has been successfully used for several years now to document war crimes around the world.
On June, 14, at 11:00 Kyiv time, the eyeWitness to Atrocities project, together with the American Chamber of Commerce in Ukraine, will hold an online conference “eyeWitness to Atrocities: an IT-tool for securing damages redress”.
The event is supported by LCF Law Group, Ukrainian Bar Association, and EU Project Pravo-Justice.
Our speakers will talk about:
- The importance of properly documenting evidence of damages inflicted as a result of crimes, so that to secure compensation in the future;
- Features and benefits of the eyeWitness to Atrocities app;
- Possibility to use photos and videos recorded through the eyeWitness to Atrocities app in courts at the national and international levels;
- Practicalities of using the app based on Ukrainian cases.
- Wendy Betts, Director, eyeWitness to Atrocities
- Roman Chumak, Managing Partner at Ares Law Firm, Head of UBA Division in Kharkiv Region, eyeWitness focal point in Kharkiv
Olena Volianska, Partner, Head of bankruptcy and restructuring at LCF Law Group, insolvency practitioner.
The event will be conducted in Ukrainian and English, with simultaneous interpretation.
If your company is an ACC member, click here:
If your company is NOT an ACC member but you want to attend – please register here:
For additional information about the event, please call: +38 095 871 45 67 or write to: email@example.com. Contact person – Tetiana Turanova.