Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine—Historical and Psychological Dimensions
Please join the Harriman Institute and the Institute for the Study of Human Rights (ISHR) for a talk by Mariam Antadze, project coordinator at the Georgian Centre for Psychosocial and Medical Rehabilitation of Torture Victims. Moderated by Elise Giuliano (Harriman Institute).
Mariam Antadze will discuss the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine and its mental health and psychosocial implications on communities. Focusing on how war affects mental health and psychosocial development facilitates a better understanding of trauma experienced by people who are directly or indirectly affected. Among the topics Antadze will discuss: Russia’s post-Soviet invasions chronologically; what we have learned from Russia’s war in Georgia; understanding how sociopolitical and psychological factors interact in war trauma; psycho- and mental health needs that arise from war; and justice as a healing factor.
Ways to Attend
In-person (CUID Only): Reserve Your Seat (see button below)
1219 International Affairs Building
420 W 118th St, 12th floor
This event is in-person for CUID card holders only. In-person attendees must be in compliance with Columbia University’s health protocols for returning to campus. Pre-registration, valid CUID card, and valid green pass are required for admittance. All other attendees may participate virtually on Zoom or YouTube.