Human Rights in a Special Period in Ukraine

June 7 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. | McLennan Ross Hall (231) or virtually via Zoom

Faculty of Law: Human Rights in a Special Period in Ukraine, with visiting scholar Serhii Nadobko; June 7 | 12 - 1pm; McLennan Ross Hall

Join visiting scholar Serhii Nadobko for a lunch-hour talk on Ukrainian human rights. Nadobko’s research, motivated by witnessing the war in his country, includes the methods for improving the legal guarantees surrounding human rights in Ukraine, the administrative regulators of human rights and constitutional human rights under martial law.


Serhii Nadobko

Before the war, Serhii Nadobko served as dean of the Faculty of Audio-Visual Arts and Distance Learning in Kharkiv. He has served as head of legal services at Kharkiv State Academy Design and Art, where he also worked as an associate professor in the Department of Social Sciences and Humanities.

He holds a PhD in law from VN Karazin Kharkiv National University with a focus on administrative law and process, financial law and information law. His dissertation examined the administrative responsibility for violating the law in the banking industry.

Nadobko is also an expert in anti-discrimination policy. His expertise was called upon by the Ministry of Education and Science to serve on a commission examining educational materials and manuals for discrimination.

He also been an honorary speaker for the European Law Students' Association.