Anastasiia Chupis

A PhD-student at Zaporizhzhia National University and a scholarship holder at Södertörn University. Research focus: war and peace studies, peacebuilding, reconciliation, and the involvement of vulnerable categories in this process. She has management experience from international technical assistance programs and NGO-projects in Ukraine.

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Articles by Anastasiia Chupis

  1. Childhood in the conditions of war. The Ukrainian experience

    The war crimes committed by the Russian Federation against Ukrainian children include physical harm (murders, injury, mutilation, child abuse, rape), violations of the rule of law (illegal imprisonment; denial of children’s rights to education, security, and access to humanitarian support; abduction; illegal transfer to custody), psychological damage, destruction of educational institutions’ resources, and using children for propaganda and military purposes.

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