War in Ukraine: effects on employment, one year on

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The war in Ukraine began on 24 February 2022 and a few weeks later our lawyers from Ukraine and elsewhere produced a webinar on how Ukraine was trying to keep its economy going in impossible circumstances. Now, as the war, almost unthinkably, continues towards the one-year mark, we come together again to discuss the devastating effects of this prolonged conflict on employment, migration, energy and inflation. Join us one year into the war on 24 February 2023.

Note: Our Ukrainian lawyer is working in Ukraine and is subject to periodic blackouts. We will broadcast on 24 February, but may need to alter the exact time to enable her to join.  

Our hosts are: Valeriya Bezpala (Ukraine), Burkard Göpfert (Germany), David Hopper (UK), Michał Kacprzyk  (Poland), Sam Baldwin (Hungary), Eduardo Viñales (Argentina). 

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Burkard Göpfert
Partner - Germany
Kliemt.HR Lawyers
Eduardo Juan Viñales
Partner - Argentina
Bruchou & Funes de Rioja
Valeriya Bezpala - Vasil Kisil & Partners
Valeriya Bezpala
Partner - Ukraine
Vasil Kisil & Partners
David Hopper
Partner - United Kingdom
Lewis Silkin
Michał Kacprzyk
Senior Lawyer - Poland
Sam Baldwin
Counsel - Central & Eastern Europe
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