"Belarus Lives. Belarusian war in Ukraine"

Join us for a free screening of the film "Belarus Lives: Belarusian War in Ukraine" followed by a discussion with its characters and prominent Lithuanian and Belarusian human rights defenders and activists.
  • What does the resistance look like? This event explores the multifaceted nature of resistance against the current Belarusian regime, delving into: The situation in Minsk and other Belarusian cities. The experiences of Belarusians fighting alongside Ukrainians. The challenges faced by the Belarusian diaspora in Lithuania, Poland, and other countries.
  • The discussion will address: The future of Lithuanian-Belarusian relations in light of the current political climate. Navigating the challenges posed by the rhetoric of "Litvinism" and the ongoing war.

  • Lyubov Rabtsevich - Belarusian activist residing in Lithuania
  • Alexander Klachko-Kus - Volunteer fighter in the Kastus Kalinowski regiment in Ukraine
  • Vitis Jurkonis - Director of Freedom House in Lithuania
  • Olga Zazulinskaya - Head of "A Country to Live in" foundation, human rights defender

Date: Monday, March 18.
Time: 7:30 PM Vilnius Time.
Location: Vilnius, "Meno Avilys," A. Goštauto g. 2.

The film will be screened in Belarusian/Russian with Lithuanian subtitles, followed by a discussion. Free admission, but registration required.

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