VMU Students to Discuss Life in Conflict Zones
On 4 November, 4 p.m., the United Nations Student Club (UNSC) will host a seminar Living in Conflict Zones at the VMU Small Hall (28 S. Daukanto, 2nd floor) with VMU’s international students.
Ukrainian, Turkish, Kurdish, Nigerian, Azeri and Armenian students studying in Lithuania will present the conflicts in their regions, debate with fellow students, and answer questions about life in a region plagued by conflict.
The discussants will talk about the conflicts in their respective countries. Students from Turkey will present both sides of the conflict between the Turks and the Kurds. Their Nigerian peers will discuss Boko Haram and terrorism within Nigeria. Azerbaijanis and Armenians will focus on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Finally, the Ukrainian students will talk about the crisis in their homeland.