Photo and Video: Oxford Model Ukraine Conference

Introduction

The Oxford Model Ukraine Conference: "Ukraine's Domestic and Foreign Affairs: Quo Vadis?" was held on 6-8 April 2011 at St. Antony's and New Colleges, Oxford, UK. It was co-organised by the Oxford University Ukrainian Society and the Canada-Ukraine Parliamentary Program. The conference focused on the leading issues in domestic and foreign affairs of Ukraine. More info can be found on the corresponding webpage.

Opening message from RH Kim Campbell to the Oxford Model Ukraine Conference

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RgOaayGOCEg

RH Kim Campbell, former Prime MInister of Canada, recorded this speech for the opening ceremony of the Oxford Model Ukraine Conference. It was shown on 6 April 2011 at St. Antony's College, Oxford.

Interview with HE Leigh Turner

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJe3m5KnRxs

HE Leigh Turner is a UK ambassador to Ukraine, holding this position since 14 June 2008. He delivered a speech at the OMUC conference on 7 April 2011, focusing on the issues of international integration of Ukraine. Also, HE Turner kindly agreed to give this short interview.

Interview with Giorgi Vashadze

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiq4xlmTDHc

Giorgi Vashadze is a Deputy Minister of Justice of Georgia. He kindly agreed to give an interview on the main aspects of Georgia political reforms and shared his views on Ukraine politics.

Interview with Bohdan Vitvitsky

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjO2qRHF5yA

Dr. Bohdan Vitvitsky is a highly decorated US federal prosecutor. He gave a talk on corruption and the rule of law as applied to Ukraine.

Day 1: Opening.

6 April 2011

St Antony's College, Oxford

OMUC Opening

OMUC Opening: H.E. Volodymyr Khandogiy

OMUC Opening: Oxford Ukrainian Society with the ambassarors of Ukraine and United Kingdom

Day 2

7 April 2011

New College, Oxford

OMUC: Greetings from Igor Bardyn

OMUC: Greeting from HE Leigh Turner

OMUC venue: New College, Oxford


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