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Voices from Ukraine

Constantin Sigov: J’en appelle à Pascal

Depuis plus de trente ans je me rends en France et, de retour en Ukraine, je parle de ce qu’elle a de remarquable. Mais, ces derniers temps, les nouvelles qui nous parviennent de Paris nous font mal. Je ne sais plus comment expliquer à mes amis de Kiev ce qui se passe chez vos élites.

Easter in Ukraine – Constantin Sigov

tin Sigov, Ukrainian philosopher and director of the European Center at the University of Kyiv, has decided to stay in Ukraine as a witness. In this interview he reflects on the time he left the USSR, the war in Ukraine, and what Easter means at this critical time.

UCCRO Statement on the necessity of humanitarian corridors for Mariupol

Given this critical situation, the Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations calls for the immediate creation of humanitarian corridors to ensure the unhindered delivery of humanitarian aid to civilians and wounded defenders of Ukraine in Mariupol, drinking water, medicines, hygiene products, etc.) to civilians and wounded defenders of Ukraine in Mariupol, and their evacuation to safe places of their voluntary choice.

UCCRO Appeal regarding safety during religious holidays

As representatives of the religious community of Ukraine, we appeal to stop the shelling of cities and villages in Ukraine and to slow down offensive hostilities, at least for the duration of the sacred days for all three religions.

Tell the Truth: Interview with Constantin Sigov, March 2022

Constantin Sigov, Ukrainian philosopher and director of the European Center at the University of Kyiv, has decided to stay in Ukraine as a witness. In this telephone interview, he recounts his country’s slide into war and the resistance of his people—as well as his own and that of his son.